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The Chippewa Falls After Hours club held a Kids Against Hunger packing event today at Carson Park. 6,000 meals were packed and all had a great time. This will feed many people in the Chippewa Valley. Congratulations to the After Hours Club for an excellent service project. Read more by going to http://www.weau.com/content/news/Express-support-Kids-Against-Hunger-program-390859872.html
The WHITESIDEWALLS Rock 'N' Roll Review Is Coming to Menomonie
November 11, 2016
The White Sidewalls will be performing at 7:00 PM at the Stout Ale House in Menomonie on November 11, 2016. Doors will open at 6:00 PM. A dance area will be available for everyone. The Stout Ale House is located at 1501 Broadway St. North, Menomonie, WI. 54751. Tickets can be purchased by scrolling down to the number of tickets you want and select Buy Now. Tickets are $25.00 in advance and $30.00 at the door. Seating at this event is at tables. Should you require special seating arrangements contact Millie H at 715-235-1100 or send an email to menomoniesunriserotary1@gmail.
Since their genesis over 40 years ago, the Whitesidewalls Rock 'n' Roll Revue has been the Midwest's ultimate 1950s and 1960s doo-wop and rock & roll show band, with a loyal fan base that continues to grow and show their support and love for the Whitesidewalls.
Featuring five singers playing multiple instruments, the tight harmonies and driving dance beat of the Whitesidewalls are the signature of the Rock 'n Roll Revue. Hound Dog, Swanee, Gino Gambucci, Bobby Maestro and Rocky Beaumont have handcrafted a fabulous show that will have you jumping just like it did all those years ago!
This talented group of versatile artists from Minnesota and Wisconsin performs for many thousands of people each year, demonstrating their agile musicianship while putting on a great show. Come on out and see for yourself- you won't be disappointed!
The White Side Walls can be found on Facebook at @thewhitesidewalls or https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Whitesidewalls/133000870045179?ref=ts#
Caddie Woodlawn Project.......
The Menomonie Sunrise Rotary Club along with Friends of Caddie Woodlawn, through a grant from the Community Foundation of Dunn County is in the process of repairing, painting, and generally providing a full clean up of the Caddie Woodlawn Historical Park south of Menomonie. The Project is being led by Barb Anderson and is expected to be completed in August of 2016. Make sure to stop by and take a look and check out the historical aspects of the site.
Posted on Mar 13, 2016
Join A Rotary Club!?!?
Are you looking for an experience to serve others in a fun environment. Join a Rotary Club. Rotary is an organization that lives to serve others. Our slogan "Service Above Self". We have a simple four way test we try to live by---
In all we do and say --- "Is it the truth" ---- "Is it fair to all concerned" ---- "Will it build goodwill and better friendships" ----Will it be beneficial to all concerned" We are always looking for new members that can help us serve the community and the world through unselfish acts. Just send an email to email@example.com
Posted by Gus Myran on Jun 05, 2015
Current Kids Against Hunger Packing Events....
The Menomonie Noon Club and the Sunrise Rotary Clubs along with the Chippewa Falls After Hours club are packaged 126,000 meals in July that will go to the food shelves in the region. The event happened at the Kalahari using 16 packaging lines, 600 people participated. The event was sponsored by ConAgra. Should your company or organization want to sponsor a packing event, contact any of the three clubs and we will see that it happens.
Kids Against Hunger Update----Meals to Nepal Earthquake Victims---
The Rotary Clubs of Menomonie (Noon and Sunrise) funded a program, Kids Against Hunger in 2013. Meals are packaged at a packing event by organizations in the area and of these meals, they are distributed throughout Dunn County and the world to feed people that are facing Hunger. In the past few months, over 100,000 meals have been packaged with 60,000 of the meals headed to Nepal for the victims of the recent devastating earthquake. The 60,000 meals were combined with many other Kids Against Hunger organizations which brought the total meals to be sent to Nepal, at just over 1,000,000 nutritious meals.
Is your organization interested in a participating in a packing event??? The Rotary Clubs of Menomonie and Kids Against Hunger group are always looking for new packing events. Contact the morning or noon clubs if you are interested in sponsoring a packing event.
In the fall of 2014 The Rotary Clubs of Menomonie shipped 17 pallets of meals to the Philippines via the "Kids Against Hunger" Mankato location. 17 pallets contains a total of 121,176 meals. This a major commitment by the Rotary Clubs of Menomonie to address Hunger in the Local Area and the World. Another packing event resulted in over 50,000 meals going to Haiti to continue to support their recovery for the hurricanes.
The Rotary Clubs of Menomonie also support the Shelter Box Program which furnishes portable shelters for people around the world that are experiencing war, typhoons, hurricanes and have no place to live or any shelter to go to.
The Rotary clubs support the Eradication of Polio in the World as well. Polio Plus in an International program that has donated and dispensed over 300,000,000 doses of polio vaccine to the people of the world over the last 15 years. Eradication is the goal and we are very close. Today there are only three countries in the world that have polio cases thanks in part to The Rotary International Polio Plus Program. This program works with organizations throughout the world to provide access to the Polio vaccine.
We are almost there, Polio eradication is just a country or two away.
Posted by Gus Myran
The Menomonie Sunrise Rotary Club was chartered in 1994. We are a 501c4 organization that looks for ways to do good in the community and world we live in. We currently have 28 members and are very active in the community in a variety of ways. We worked on major projects such as a night vision system for the Fire Department such that they can see if someone is in a burning building before they enter. The Sunrise Rotary Club also outfitted the Dunn County Sheriffs' cars with the first AEDs (defibulators) carried in the patrol units. We have refurbished the Caddie Woodlawn site south of Menomonie with new siding and many volunteer hours, and lots of paint.
Our accomplishments continue to grow as we are now a full partner with the Noon Rotary Club of Menomonie in a Kids Against Hunger campaign.
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