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!
Meeting Information
Stillwater Sunrise

We meet In Person & Online
Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
St. Croix Event Center
5880 Omaha Avenue North
Stillwater, MN 55082
United States of America
Visitors are always welcome - click "contact us" to make arrangements. Meetings are online and in-person.
Mailing Address:
Stillwater Sunrise  Rotary
P.O. Box 425
Stillwater, MN 55082

Club News
At least 14 of our energetic members and family came for our Thirsty Thursday happy hour at Liftbridge Brewery Taproom on St. Patrick's Day. The weather was atrocious, but the conversation and comradery were warm, as always. Keep an eye on our events list for the next one - visitors are always welcome. And check out our photographic evidence as well, here.
A project supported by District 5960 funds is wrapping up now in the Central African Republic. The project included the construction of a medical staff house and accompanying structures.  The medical team there is very happy with the finished product and are very excited to have respectable living quarters to base out of as they provide their life-saving services to beneficiaries in the surrounding villages. This project played a big part in helping them hire a very experienced midwife from the capital city that will be saving women and newborn’s lives on a regular basis at the clinic.
The total project cost was $8,500, made up of club contributions of $4,250 and 5960 District Funds of $4,250. Our club provided $750 for this project, and $2,000 on a related global grant. Please click "Read More" for pictures and a report from Senitizo.
The North St. Paul/Maplewood/Oakdale club sponsored a district project for the Sylvia's Children Orphanage in Kiswera, Uganda, Africa. The total project cost of $21,600 came from 13 area clubs ($10,000) Kiwanis and others ($2,000) and District 5960 Designated Funds ($9,500). This project has immediate impact, as it allows 36 orphans get a secondary school education for one year. Please click "Read More" for a picture and and more details.
Responding to the horrendous earthquake in Turkey and Syria, our club has funded a $2000 Shelter Box for the area as well as sent $1000 to a Rotary Club in the affected area to provide whatever help is necessary. Shelter Box provides shelter, essential items and technical assistance to help recover and rebuild their homes after disaster. They adapt to the needs of each community, working together with those affected by disaster.
Upcoming Events
Dale Gentry, PH.D Guest of Nancy Lyner
Mar 28, 2023
Audubon Society - lights out/birds collisions
Dave Waldschmidt
Apr 04, 2023
Service Area Update - Youth Literacy
Ted Hooley - Guest of Margie Horning
Apr 11, 2023
Medical clinic progress and impact of Rotary's involvement in the Central Africa Republic community
Don Schuld
Apr 18, 2023
Service Area Update - Environment/Climate
Jack Matlock, MPH - Guest of Jeanne Matlock
Apr 25, 2023
“Greenland: ‘A Canary in the Coal Mine’ for Climate Change”
TBD - Guest of Nance Purcell
May 02, 2023
​Bob Manning - Guest of Brent Voight
May 09, 2023
STRIVE Mentoring update
Kris Bowditch
May 16, 2023
Service Area Update - Youth Exchange - Exchange students Leyre and Ki presentation
TBD - Guest of Greg Otsuka
May 23, 2023
No meeting today
May 30, 2023
Memorial Day Holdiay week