Welcome to the Rotary Club of Burbank Sunrise, a 2021-2022 Club of Excellence for Rotary District 5280! We are a non-profit service club actively involved in humanitarian efforts in our community and the world! Come to one of our meetings and see what we are all about. Rotary is a global network that strives to build a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change. Rotary values diversity and celebrates the contributions of people of all backgrounds, regardless of their age, ethnicity, race, color, abilities, religion, socioeconomic status, culture, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity. 
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"Great things happen when good people come together." Paul Harris

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
Another Broken Egg Cafe
250 E Olive Avenue
Burbank, CA 91502
United States of America
*****Our club meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday on Zoom and the 2nd and 4rd Tuesday at Another Broken Egg Cafe at 250 E Olive in Burbank. The 5th Tuesdays in any month we hold a social. Email us for more info at Burbanksunriserotary@gmail.com
Home Page Stories
Congratulations to Lee and Maye for achieving Rotary Major Donor Level 2!!!
Fun evening of bowling with our fellow Rotary Clubs organized by our friends at the Rotary Club of Glendale Sunrise! Our club met for dinner across the street at Joselito’s before hand for some great food and margaritas, which is probably why we won!
Great morning volunteering at Kids Community Dental Clinic. They are dedicated to the oral heath of children from low-income families. Those same children enjoyed a morning of fun with Easter baskets, decorating bunny masks, coloring paper Easter eggs, and playing games. The kids received a basket full of goodies and went on an Easter egg hunt. They also got to pick out a book. Lynette and Janice ran the bean bag toss and the children got to pick out a prize. Kudos to the clinic for a fun event!!
Fabulous club Oscar Party at Party Dave’s! We feasted on lasagna, sausage & peppers, pizza, Caesar salad, and some amazing desserts!! Congratulations to club president Lynette for getting the most correct award winners along with one of our newest members,Vicki, who got a consolation prize for picking the least!!!
Thank you to all who attended our first Triva Night Fundraiser! Thank you to our sponsors Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center and UMe federal credit union! Shout out to the Rotary Clubs of Burbank Noon, Calabasas, Glendale Sunrise, and Granada Hills for attending!! Congratulations to our winners!!! Thank you to our trivia host Steven Brandon. Our delicious dinner was catered by the amazing Monty Ray’s BBQ!!! All the above contributed to a fun night! Can’t wait to do it again next year!!
Another great project as we presented our third annual Young at Heart show to about 150 seniors at the Burbank Joslyn Adult Center! The two hour show featured our very own President Lynette, who with her ensemble had music, dancing, and skits for the first half. Members Vsev and Joyce portrayed Tyrone and Gladys from Laugh In. Member Dave was the sound guy! The second half was anchored by our headliner, Rat Pack Ricky!! They really love it when we have him hand out long stem red roses! We gave each attendee an opportunity ticket and at intermission drew five lucky tickets for special prizes. They all went home with a goody bag courtesy of our friends from Burbank Noon Rotary! Everyone had a great time, Rotarians and seniors alike!!
Because one project in a day is never enough, club members and Interact also assisted Santa at his visit to the clients of Kids Community Dental Clinic! There was plenty of food, presents, smiles, and fun to go around! Our own club president Lynette served as Mrs. Claus! 

Sunrise Rotarians and our Interact Club adopted families through the Burbank Coordinating Council and provided them with food and gifts for this holiday season. Gets chaotic every year but always comes together and this morning three sleighs were filled and we were out delivering holiday cheer. We like to think of it as a reset for our souls. We all get a little self centered sometimes and forget how blessed we are. Doing this each year and seeing the tears and smiles on the faces of our families makes us happy to be part of something where we pass on our blessings to others. 
Fabulous day at Nickelodeon Studios supporting Home Again LA’s Family Cornhole Tournament! Burbank Sunrise had two teams make it through three rounds but not into the final 4. Our club was one of the sponsors! We got to play with friends from Burbank Noon and Glendale Sunrise too.
In the spirit of the holidays, we supported 3 families and children in Aviva’s interim housing program for women and children with gifts and gift cards!
Doing our financial part to do good at home and in the world!
Our club collected items to be donated to the military families at Camp Pendleton at our Halloween Party. Thanks to Lee and Maye for delivering!
A great time was had by all at the club’s annual Halloween Party! We do know how to have a good time!!
It’s not every day you get to attend a play with two members of your Rotary Club in the cast! Last night club members had a nice dinner at Monty’s in Woodland Hills before attending opening night for Things My Mother Taught Me at the Charles Stewart Howard Theatre! Club member Vsev and our Club President Lynette starred in this hilarious show about adult children and their meddling parents. The whole cast was amazing but we were especially proud of our club members!!

Some of our followers will remember our wine tasting fundraiser for the student pantry at LA Valley College, well this last Thursday we were able to present a check for $1000 to the LAVC Foundation and spend some time working in the pantry. So many students lack housing and are food insecure. So proud to be a small part of the solution!!

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