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Welcome to our Club!

Ada Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 6:45 AM
Aldridge Ballroom
200 S. Broadway
Ada, OK  74820
United States
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Home Page Stories
The Club will be selling pecans after November 16 for $12 a pound.  These are awesome pecans--improved natives and this years crop.
Email adasunrise@yahoo.com or call 580-310-4727
Back to School Basics has helped over 1,000 Pontotoc County students with not only backpacks but also school supplies.  The schools participating are Ada, Allen, Byng, Homer, Latta, Roff, Stonewall, and Vanoss.  The students sign up and pick out their backpack when they enroll.  Their school supplies are grade and school specific and will be waiting in their classroom when they get to school on the first day.  Thank you to all the volunteers that help with this wonderful project.  For more information email: adasunrise@yahoo.com
 
50th Annual Fireball Classic Memorial
It's was a blast!  Thanks to all of our sponsors and runners.
Race Maps for 2017 including Half Marathon
There will be a three person Relay for the Half Marathon!
Thank you to so many that we can't name them all.  The City of Ada for helping provide a great area
to run a race from year after year.  The Parks staff and area police services.
Thank you to the runners for turning out as well!

 
 
More questions call Susie 580-310-4727
or email adasunrise@yahoo.com
 
 

 

Satellite Club

We have an exciting new satellite club meeting at 8:00 pm on Wednesday evenings.  They are moving to different locations looking for a home. They have 7 new members and have set goals and community activities already!!!  One of which is reading to the nursing home patients and they are forming a book club.
The Ada Sunrise Rotary Club received a $2,400 grant from the District and kicked in $600 to provide science equipment to Washington Elementary at Ada, Oklahoma. Below pictures of Shirley Mixon and Christine Pappas reading to the students.                     
 
 
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Convention: Southern hospitality
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Member spotlight: The power of the press
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