Rotary

Sunrise Rotary is accepting grant applications for their annual community grant program. Due to the increased need from community organizations during this trying time, the application deadline has been moved to JULY 1, 2020. The club considers requests based on criteria of need, scope of impact, and alignment with Rotary principles (see www.rotary.org for guiding principles). A typical donation from the club is between $250 and $1000. Please visit parkcitysunriserotary.org and look for Local Project/ Program - Grant Application Form.

Sunrise Rotary is assisting Rotary Clubs in Southern Utah which will transport basic supplies to the Navajo.  If you want to help, purchase needed items listed below and drop them off at Ecker Hill "Park n Ride" this Thursday, May 21,  12:00-1.   Cheryl Butler will be in a black pickup truck.  Everything will be taken to the Navajo in Montezuma Creek.  For more information,  butlercr.hotmail.com@clubrunner.email   Items needed include:  Baby Diapers Clorox bleach Snacks (regular & sugar-free)Baby formula and food Soap SoupFac

$20.00 Cash to Park in China Bridge This Weekend

Aug 31, 2017
Courtesy of Carolyn Murray

Park City Municipal will charge $ 20.00 for

 parking in China Bridge this weekend. Along with increased shuttles, public transportation and bike valets, they’re hoping to lighten the traffic impacts in old town.   Carolyn Murray has more:

(c) Tom Kelly 2016

Utah Rotarians can learn a lot from the Park City Rotary Clubs, according to the District Governor for Utah.  Shaun Michel announced Tuesday that Park City will be the host of next year's Rotary District Conference.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:

Click here for the Park City Rotary Club, which meets Tuesday afternoons.

Click here for the Park City Sunrise Rotary Club, which meets Thursday mornings.