Welcome to the Stillwater Sunrise Rotary Club

Our Vision: Stillwater Sunrise Rotary will set the standard for service in the St. Croix Valley.
Our Mission: Stillwater Sunrise Rotary is a diverse group of leaders committed to making our local and global communities a better place to live.
If you want to work with others to make positive changes in your community and the world, please join us!
Club News

After a year off, Stillwater's original beer tasting event is back! This awesome event was started in 2007 by the members of the Stillwater Sunrise Rotary Club as a way to raise money for our many service projects. We will once again be aboard the Avalon Riverboat overlooking the beautiful St. Croix River in historic downtown Stillwater on Saturday, October 2nd from 11:30am to 3:30pm. The boat does not leave the dock during the event giving attendees the flexibility to come and go as they need. Your ticket gets you a commemorative tasting glass, a food item and 4 hours to sample some of the best and newest regional beers and spirits poured directly from the brewers. Participants love the setting, the access to the brewers, the fellowship, the music and the cause. You can find more information and order tickets from BrewersBazaar.com.

Stillwater Sunrise Rotary spans the globe and joins with other Rotary clubs in Maryland, Minnesota and Niger to provide solar power to two schools in Niger!

As published in the Remember Niger Coalition (RNC) Summer Connection, the schools now have consistent power for computer labs and classrooms at the Niamey School for the Deaf and the Hamsa Girls Education Center. Donations like ours helped RNC expand their impact, enhance educational experiences for greater quality and equip students with the tools they need to transform their lives and communities. I think we can be proud to be Rotarians who are Serving to Change Lives!

Stillwater Sunrise Rotary is supporting a sustainable agroecology project in Peru. This global grant is one of the first grants to be approved by Rotary International using the newest area of focus - the environment.

About 300 families (1200 - 1500 people) in the Community of Hilloc, Peru will be benefiting from the community garden. They will grow food, nutrition and futures by using agroecology and sustainable agriculture practices. The project will involve supervision of planning and construction of greenhouses, and training in the best practices of planting the crops. The greenhouse projects are driven by some of the main principles of agroecology: responsible land stewardship, respect for local knowledge and profitable production. The project will improve food security and nutrition for these global neighbors.

You can see the pictures from our potluck picnic in the web album, here. We had over 25 attendees from both clubs, and wonderful food that everyone brought to share. The weather was perfect, and there was some cutthroat (well, casual, actually) horseshoes and bocce competition as well. The s'mores were a success too, as several had to go in to wash up after dessert. Click on "more" see Margie's perfect marshmallow.
Greetings President Wendy, Past President Ed and Stillwater Sunrise Rotary Club,
Congratulations on receiving ShelterBox HERO recognition for Rotary Year 2020-2021.
Your support is very much appreciated. ... Your club will soon be listed on our HERO page www.shelterboxusa.org/hero
ShelterBox has provided aid to over 2 million people since 2000, we could not have reached them without clubs like yours. The global pandemic has not stopped our efforts, your help provided aid to over 33,000 families in 2020, and over 13,000 households in the first half of 2021.Read how your gifts make an impact https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ptR8i3bcDtn80RoNXGg2qB-LZKUn06wg/view?usp=sharing
Thank you for being a ShelterBox HERO.
ShelterBox USA
Bill Tobin
Rotary Relations Manager
Stillwater Sunrise Rotary hosted the inaugural Bridge the Valley – Bike Rally last Sunday, August 15th  in Stillwater. 
500 registered bike riders had picture perfect weather with sensational views and after-ride experiences in downtown Stillwater. 
Nearly 100 volunteers were engaged throughout the River Valley supporting the Bike Rally.
The outcomes and results of the first annual Bridge the Valley – Bike Rally will continue to support Stillwater Sunrise Rotary in doing good around the world! 

We had a great inaugural Bridge the Valley – Bike Rally last Sunday in Stillwater.  We had almost 500 registered riders and almost perfect weather. Our riders had a great day of biking, views, and after-ride experience in Stillwater.

We plan to make this an annual event so you will be hearing shortly about our date for 2022.

Thanks again to all of our participants and volunteers. You made our first annual Bridge the Valley – Bike Rally a great event, and we hope it was an equally great day for you. 


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Service Above Self

We meet In Person & Online
Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
Oak Glen Golf Course and Online
1599 Mckusick Rd N
Stillwater, MN 55082
United States of America
Visitors are always welcome - click "contact us" to make arrangements. Meetings are online and in-person this summer.
Mailing Address:
Stillwater Sunrise  Rotary
P.O. Box 425
Stillwater, MN 55082

Mark Drommerhausen, SAHS - Guest of John Huenink
Sep 21, 2021
Upcoming levy referendum
Jason Hanlon / Ken McGinley
Sep 28, 2021
Club Assembly - preparation for Brewer's Bazaar
Tom Thorffinson - Guest of Roger Ruetten
Oct 05, 2021
The Future of Rotary
John Perry, Director - Guest of Jennifer Cherry
Oct 12, 2021
Stillwater Area Public Schools – Learning Technology
Joe Stahlmann - Guest of Jon Stillman
Oct 19, 2021
PolioPlus update
Casey Mahon - Guest of Margie Horning
Nov 02, 2021
Magnus Veterans Foundation, Dayton MN
Service project - Brett Emmons
Nov 09, 2021
Club Service Project - Meals from the Heart, meal packing event
TBD - Guest of Jeff Nelson
Nov 16, 2021
No Meeting
Nov 23, 2021
Thanksgiving holiday week
TBD - Guest of Kris Bowditch
Nov 30, 2021
September 2021
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