Club Stories
Following our successful Poinsettia Fundraiser pickup, we were thankful to enjoy a Christmas luncheon at the Riverside Palace.  We are so grateful to be able to celebrate with our Rotary family.   Happy Holidays to all! 
It's the month of October (Walktober)!
 
We are recording our walking/running/cycling and exercising. We meet every Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. at Garry Point!
On September 30th, we wore our orange shirts, symbolic of our commitment to honour the memory of every child taken from their home, to support education as the key for Canadians to walk the path of Reconciliation and to reflect on what this country can and should be.  We are thankful for this new National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.  

The Rotary Club of Richmond Sunrise participates in the Victor Ghirra Toy Drive every December, in loving memory of Victor Ghirra, a philanthropist and loving family man, who passed away in 2007.

We are honoured to recognize Danny Salcedo with the Paul Harris Award 2021.  Danny works tirelessly to give to our rotary community and to communities near and far.  His generous donations, modelling and inspirational messages contribute tremendously to the success and well-being of our club.  Thank you for all you do, Danny, and congratulations!  
We are very happy to announce that Justin Jaffe is the Paul Harris Award External Recipient for 2021.  Justin contributes constantly to the success of our rotary projects, and in particular to the recent Flower Basket fundraiser in May.  Thank you and congratulations, Justin!  
 
We are so honoured to congratulate Gordon Dalglish on being the recipient of the Dean Crain Humanitarian Award for 2021.  Gordon has been a long-serving head of our International Projects and his work is a testament to his passion and thoughtfulness.   Congratulations, Gordon!
Richmond Sunrise Rotary is pleased to support Pathways Clubhouse.  Patricia Atkinson, President-elect, presents a cheque for $1300.00.  
 
Club Stories
Following our successful Poinsettia Fundraiser pickup, we were thankful to enjoy a Christmas luncheon at the Riverside Palace.  We are so grateful to be able to celebrate with our Rotary family.   Happy Holidays to all! 
It's the month of October (Walktober)!
 
We are recording our walking/running/cycling and exercising. We meet every Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. at Garry Point!
On September 30th, we wore our orange shirts, symbolic of our commitment to honour the memory of every child taken from their home, to support education as the key for Canadians to walk the path of Reconciliation and to reflect on what this country can and should be.  We are thankful for this new National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.  

The Rotary Club of Richmond Sunrise participates in the Victor Ghirra Toy Drive every December, in loving memory of Victor Ghirra, a philanthropist and loving family man, who passed away in 2007.

We are honoured to recognize Danny Salcedo with the Paul Harris Award 2021.  Danny works tirelessly to give to our rotary community and to communities near and far.  His generous donations, modelling and inspirational messages contribute tremendously to the success and well-being of our club.  Thank you for all you do, Danny, and congratulations!  
We are very happy to announce that Justin Jaffe is the Paul Harris Award External Recipient for 2021.  Justin contributes constantly to the success of our rotary projects, and in particular to the recent Flower Basket fundraiser in May.  Thank you and congratulations, Justin!  
 
We are so honoured to congratulate Gordon Dalglish on being the recipient of the Dean Crain Humanitarian Award for 2021.  Gordon has been a long-serving head of our International Projects and his work is a testament to his passion and thoughtfulness.   Congratulations, Gordon!
Richmond Sunrise Rotary is pleased to support Pathways Clubhouse.  Patricia Atkinson, President-elect, presents a cheque for $1300.00.  
Club Stories 
Apples for the Richmond Food Bank:
As harvest season approaches, Rotarians find many ways to share.  Thanks to Debbie and Bob who picked Ron's apples to donate to the Food Bank.  
 
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