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We are super proud of Dahlonega Sunrise Rotarian Whitney McPherson. Congratulations to an amazing woman, who just happens to be our clubs Sargeant-of Arms.

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Look for our yellow shirted Rotary volunteers helping with the library’s Shred Day. This is one of a dozen or more service projects our club will do this year. This project is in honor of Rotary International’s World Polio Day. #EndPolio now #RD6910 #MakePolioHistory See MoreSee Less


It’s World Polio Day. Rotary Clubs across the world, including our club use this day to promote Rotary’s goal of eradicating polio worldwide. #EndPolio #RD6910 #MakePolioHistory See MoreSee Less

In honor of World Polio Day, Oct. 24, Rotary International is celebrating our role in helping eradicate polio worldwide with Rotary’s polio vaccine campaign. Today, the polio virus is found in just two countries – Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Before Dr. Salk invented his polio vaccine, polio crippled and killed people the world over. This video tells not just the history of polio but also Rotary’s role in eradicating this horrible virus.


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#ServiceAboveSelfCongratulations to Dahlonega Sunrise Rotary Club for being selected as our featured Partner in Education for October 2023!

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Congratulations to this year鈥檚 first Service Above Self award winners, Serena Pomphila Huerta (LCMS) and Maggie McKenzie (LCHS)! See MoreSee Less


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Fantastic Rotary Family Picnic Hancock Park Thursday night!! It was an evening of good food, fun & celebration as we welcomed new members, Bill Lincoln & Ed Willis, met our GRSP student, Edwin, & honored PAUL P.harris Foundation honorees, Jarell Jones and Nick Shreiber. Special thanks to Austin Taylor for the delicious Connies Ice Cream!! See MoreSee Less



This week Lumpkin County 2nd Graders had an incredible opportunity to hear from author, Malcolm Mitchell! Mitchell, former wide receiver for the University of Georgia and the New England Patriots, is now the founder and CEO of the Share the Magic Foundation. He has written several children鈥檚 books including, 鈥淭he Magician鈥檚 Hat鈥 and 鈥淢y Very Favorite Book in the Whole Wide World.鈥 Thanks to Dahl See MoreSee Less



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It was so wonderful seeing those kids having so much fun!

Let the fun and begin at the Rotary Reading Rally. See MoreSee Less




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