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ROTARY EXCHANGE 
WHO AND WHERE ARE THEY GOING IN 2017-2018

Anubis Rivera-France

Alexis Patino-Japan

Samantha Samano-Belgium

Julia Drendel-Hungary

Vanessa Bello -Brazil

Pawdoh Soe-Germany

Jacqueline Sanchez-Germany


 
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Out-Bounds 2016-2017
 
 
Madeline enjoying her birthday in Faroe islands
 
 
Ana Magana attending Nasa Stuzkova (Prom) in Slovakia
 
 
McKenzie learning how to sail in Mexico



Emma Boyle wins first place in a Rotary speech contest in Thailand. She gave the speech in Thai! 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Meeting Notes March & April

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Guest Speakers

Mission Possible 61-63 S Broadway Aurora
Is a faith based not for profit organization serving the people of Aurora with the love of Jesus Christ. the urban mission cooperative is staffed entirely by volunteers who offer their time and talent to meet urgent needs in the community. To find out more about this ministry or to volunteer go to Mission Possible
 
Chris Olson trip to Uganda
Our president-elect Chris Olson spent some time on a mission trip to Uganda. There they helped improve the conditions of Amahoro Children's Home. While in Uganda he came across some local Rotarians and we are now attempting to put together an International Project for water wells. A tap for this project will added to the website soon.
 These brave women have had to endure many atrocities. Their success in getting an education is a testament to their resiliency and determination.
 
Bob MacGregor Staying On The Case
Bob has spent a great deal of his life in the Middle East and he came to give his views of what is going on there. Bob has helped start chambers of commerce, study groups, and joined Rotary Clubs around the world. To hear a first hand account of the terror in this area of the world reminds us of how blessed we are in the US, but also how important this region is to our safety as well. There is hatred there that has gone on for centuries and because the US is involved, that hatred is also pointed at us. It is Bob's opinion and facts do back up that Iran is the leader in funding, training and housing terrorists organizations.
  
 
Guests and Visiting Rotarians
 
Mary Daugherty - Aurora Noon
 
Bernie Szalaj from Rotary Antioch, CA came for a visit and exchanged flags
Welcome New Member Mera Johnson
 
Mera has been our guest at many meetings the last few weeks and she is now a member. Mera is also working on starting a new Rotary Club in Montgomery. The first meeting will be Thursday April 16 at 7am at Montgomery City Hall, breakfast will be provided.
 
50/50 Raffle
While Mary was visiting us from the Noon Club she thought she would relieve us of the pot for 50/50. Congrats to Mary!
Then the odds were defied as the next 2 weeks saw the Joker come up as a winner. Is that even possible?
 
Hope For Tomorrow Event
Saturday April 18 a group will gather to deliver outdoor tables and grills to homes for Hope For Tomorrow. Contact Tom Clark for more details.
 
Feed My Starving Children May 16th
The club will be going to Feed My Starving Children and then gathering after for some fellowship. For details see Jack Sharrat
 
BOD Meeting April 27th 7am at Mercy Hospital in the Atrium lower level
 
 Aurora Sunrise Rotary Club 
Leadership
 
 
 
Club President
Benjamin Black

President-Elect
Your name here
 
 Past-President
Chris Olson
  
Brian Olsen
Secretary

 

Harriet Parker
Treasurer
 
  
Sergeant At Arms
Dan Howard

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Aurora Sunrise Rotary Board Members

Joel Huffman
Brian Olsen
Chris Olson
Harriet Parker
Joe Kosner
Charlie Schmalz
  
 
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  One of the hardest things we do as a club comes out of the most rewarding. Year after year saying goodbye to our inbound students is never easy. Thank you Victoria for sharing your experiences this year with us.
 
  
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  Who Does Aurora Sunrise Rotary Help?

We are now involved with helping Simply Destinee. Simply Destinee uses dance to reach teens to help prevent suicide and to increase the awareness in our community
 
Mutual Ground
 
Lifespring/Wayside Cross
 
CASA Kane County
 
Fox Valley Christian Action
 
Aurora Inter-Faith Food Pantry
Once a month we stock the shelves on a Monday


Another Year Goes By
It Is Always Hard To Say Goodbye
 Chloe and Parents
Chloe and her parents at her last meeting with us

 

 

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