Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Pam Harrison
April 5
Carl Kulyk
Caroline Kulyk
April 10
Michael Branum
Lisa Branum
April 25
Join Date
Shirlee Draper
April 26, 2018
4 years
Upcoming Events
April 2022 Mobile Food Bank - Bagging & Boxing
Utah Food Bank
Apr 27, 2022
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
April 2022 Food Bank - Distribution Washington
Washington City Community Center
Apr 28, 2022
8:30 AM – 11:00 AM
April 2022 Food Bank - Distribution St George
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Apr 29, 2022
8:30 AM – 11:00 AM
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Club Information
Serve to Change Lives
Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Bloomington Country Club
3174 S Bloomington Dr
St George, UT 84790
United States of America
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Welcome to the 2021-2022
Rotary Year!
This is our Club's 25th Anniversary Year!
The Rotary Club of Dixie Sunrise was chartered on September 5, 1996
President, Charlotte Shelley 
and members of our Club
welcome you to share in the work of this great group!
This week, April 21, 2022:
President, Charlotte Shelley conducting
Sandi Schwartz will lead us in the 
Pledge of Allegiance
Glenn Artist will lead us in the
4 Way Test
Nadine Barish will offer a blessing.
Travis Jackman, PharmD
Clinical Pharmacist
Travis will educate us on some of the programs available to help us learn more about ourselves.
April 28th
The meeting of the minds!
Members of the Dixie Sunrise Rotary Club  and the Red Rock Rotary Club will meet to discuss how our clubs can come together in service as we continue in Rotary's mission of
Service About Self.
Please come and be a part of this important conversation.
The Changing of the Gavel!
Please mark your calendars for the annual Installation/Changing of the Gavel dinner.
This year we will be socializing and dining at 
Mark your calendars now, this dinner meeting will be held on Thursday, June 16th. 
The next monthly Board Meeting will be Tuesday, May 10th at 5:00 at the Charlotte's office, Summit Sotheby in Ancestor Square.
The Golf Committee will be meeting on Wednesday, April 20th at 5:30 at the Bloomington Country Club. 
Rotary District 5420 Annual Conference May 12 - May 14:



The Utah Food Bank needs our help on
 April 27th, 28th, and 29th.  
Please refer to e-mail invitations from the service committee for details. 
Come lend a hand if you can!


The Washington County Fair - a major funding opportunity for us as well as just plain fun - will be April 20-24th. 
That's this week!!! 
The Second Annual Dixie Sunrise Rotary Club 
Golf Tournament is coming up.  Wow, this year it will be a Cinco De Mayo event!  May 5th!
We need hole sponsors and we need players!
Tell your friends and colleagues about this fun event for a great cause!
IRONMAN!  May 7th!
The signup link is live NOW,  please sign up for your preferred shifts for Run Aid Station 7!  That is us!  It is a new location this time around because the race takes a different path.  LOTS of spots open, pick one that suits you!
Here is the sign-up link for Ironman:


As you are aware, our Club sponsored the Rotary Satellite Club of Southern Utah Veterans.

We are happy to see members of their club joining us from time to time and hope perhaps some of you would like to attend a meeting with them.  

They meet the 2nd Thursday of the month at 5:30 at the Elks Lodge.


Thanks Veterans Club for your service!



And, finally, a weekly update on the 

war on polio......

WILD POLIO VIRUS, TYPE 1 - Once again, no new cases of the wild

poliovirus this week.

NINETY - The number of days since the last case of WPV1 occurred in Afghanistan.
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE – The number of days since the last case of WPV1 occurred in Malawi.
ONE YEAR AND 76 DAYS - The number of days since the last case of WPV1

occurred in Pakistan.
ONE - The total number of cases of WPV1 that has occurred in 2022 year-to-

date (In Afghanistan on January 14th).
SIX - The total number of cases of WPV1 that occurred in 2021 (1 in Pakistan, 1 in Malawi and 4 in Afghanistan).
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY - The total number of cases of WPV1 that occurred in 2020.

And yes, once again, there were no new cases of wild Positive Environmental Samples (ES) reported as well. So the total count of wild ES for 2022 remains at zero, and for the year 2021 remains at 66 (65 in Pakistan and 1 in Afghanistan), with the last ES discovered in Pakistan on December 6th.

CIRCULATING VACCINE-DERIVED POLIO - Our other battlefront in the war on polio, the circulating Vaccine-Derived Polio (cVDPV) reported only 1 case this last week that occurred in Nigeria. This means the 2022 count is now 34, compared to 195 last year at this time.

There were 8 Positive Environmental samples (ES) of the vaccine-derived polio reported this last week, 4 in Nigeria and 4 in Israel (Jerusalem).

A REMINDER TO REGISTER HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FINANCIALAND POLITICALSUPPORT NEEDED TO END POLIO FOR GOOD. On April 26th, the GPEI will launch the investment case for their new strategy: DELIVERING ON A PROMISE. This one-hour virtual event, entitled “Investing in the Promise of a Polio-free World”, will feature live remarks from WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell, as well as the stories of health workers and Ministers of Health working with the polio program around the world. If you care about eliminating polio, as I’m sure you all do, you’ll want to attend this Zoom meeting.

WITH WILD POLIO AT LOWEST LEVELS IN HISTORY - SAGE (The Strategic Advisory Group of Experts), the global advisory body to WHO (The World Health Organization) on all things immunization, at a meeting in Geneva earlier this month, urged concerted action to finish wild polioviruses once and for all. With wild polio at lowest levels in history, SAGE is also turning its focus on post-eradication strategies. To learn more about this exciting story, click here.


Our Club Officers and Directors
President:   Charlotte Shelley
President Elect, Dave Nelson
Immediate Past President, Suzanne Leonelli
Secretary:  Ayanna Franzen
Treasurer: Steve Quinn
Club Administrator:  Marla Shelby
*Note: our community has an endless number of absolutely critical needs and needs help from our citizens.  However, as a Rotary Club we cannot be all things to all people.  So only those service opportunities approved by the Board will be listed in this bulletin.  If you have project you wish our members to support, please submit your request to President Charlotte prior to the Board Meeting each month.   Thank you!


Photo Albums
Mobile Food Bank
Suzanne Leonelli Induction Dinner
Washington County Fair Beer Garden Aug 2020
August Mobile Food Bank