Tuesday Mornings (except 3rd Tuesday) at 8:00 a.m.
Brightview Senior Living, 369 Forest Avenue, Paramus, NJ
Every 3rd Monday, we meet for dinner at 6:30 p.m. (location TBA)
Nov. 5 -
Nov. 18 - Monday- Dinner meeting at Nanni Ristorante in Rochelle Park at 6:30 p.m.
Nov. 26 -
Dec. 3 - Bruce Harper- “Hero's and Cool Kids”
Dec. 6 - Talent Show at Westbrook Middle School, Paramus at 6 pm
Dec.10- Jose Panchi- “Honor Flight to DC”
Dec. 16- Monday- Dinner meeting at Nanni Ristorante in Rochelle Park at 6:30 p.m.
Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club invites you to a Myanmar Flood Relief Fundraiser & Food Festival, Saturday, September 26, 2015, 1-5 pm at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 650 Pascack Road, Paramus, NJ 07652. Over one million people have been affected by the recent flood in Myanmar. Proceeds will go to help these victims. Tickets: $25/person in advance (RSVP by Sept. 10, 2015) $30/person at the door.
Food catered by Burmese Bites.
Information: Charlotte Bennett Schoen 201-232-8169 or Email Sophie Stone at Sophie@StoneMicro.com.
Please make checks payable to Paramus Sunrise Rotary Foundation
Memo: Myanmar Flood Relief. All donations welcome!
Severe flooding in Myanmar began in July 2015 and continued into September, affecting 12 out of the country's 14 states and resulting in about 103 deaths and up to 1,000,000 people otherwise affected. Torrential rains that began on 16 July destroyed farmland, roads, rail tracks, bridges and houses, leading the government to declare a state of emergency on 30 July in the four worst-hit regions in the west—Magway Division, Sagaing Division, Chin State and Rakhine State.
On Tuesday, December 23, 2014 two members of the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club were given a Xmas present: induction into the Paul Harris Foundation , one as a new member and the other as a Multiple Member. Secretary Tina Apprich was brought in as a new member while Immediate Past President Sophie Stone was made a Multiple Paul Harris Fellow. Sophie received her second PHF, both well deserved. The monies that go for each membership, $1,000.00, goes to help Rotary fund its giving program which is far reaching. Read More........
By Mel Fabrikant
Continuing its selection of top notch speakers, Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club heard about Bergen Community College from its President, Dr. B. Kaye Walter. Dr. Walter took the helm of the college during a time of unrest politically and within. By developing programs to fit the needs of her students and faculty, she has knitted together a cohesive group for the largest community college in New Jersey. Read More...........
Paramus Sunrise Rotary celebrated their 6th Annual Fashion Show Fundraiser on Thursday, June 19, 2014. at The Fiesta in Wood-Ridge. The attendees enjoyed it so much that they clamored for their participation in the next year's festivities. A sit down dinner plus dynamite models plus an abundant and utile Tricky Tray selection was offered for the modest price of $50.00. Sunrise Rotarians tried to make their guests feel at home by either sitting at their tables or visiting them. Read More......
by Mel Fabrikant
The Reverend Doctor Samuel M. Stone spoke to the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club about a water purification program called H2Open Doors. Reverend Stone, a member of the Paramus Rotary Club and pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church, recently visited a pure water fundraising event in Redwood City, California. He was privileged to not only being a principal speaker, but to learn about the solar powered water purification device that could be used anywhere in the world as long as there was sun to power it. Read More.....
By Mel Fabrikant
Always on the alert to keep the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club vibrant, President Sophie Stone prescribed a meeting day for a breakfast. While coffee is always available, courtesy of Doctors Express, very few attendees at this 8 AM meeting have something to go with the drink. This time, members brought in assigned items like doughnuts, croissants, pies, coffee, fruit salad, bagels and cream cheese and even an egg dish especially prepared by Sophie. Here was more than enough food to accommodate visitors, guests and potential members. Read More.........