April 2016
May 03, 2016
Breakfast Roundtable/Moved Meeting
Please join us instead at the Vocational Education Awards Dinner
May 10, 2016
Alexandra Jeanblanc
Do's & Don't of DRONES
May 17, 2016
Breakfast Roundtable/Moved Meeting
Please join us instead at the Millridge Picnic
May 24, 2016
May 31, 2016
Breakfast Roundtable/Moved Meeting
Please join us instead for our Quarterly Social - Granite City 6/2
Jun 07, 2016
Garry Regan city of Mayfield Village
The Grove Ampatheater
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Welcome to our Club!

We meet Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
Holiday Inn - Mayfield
780 Beta Dr
Mayfield Village, OH  44143
United States
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What is Rotary?

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The Rotary Club of Hillcrest (Sunrise)
We are a local club of business and professional leaders. We work together to support the local community through many charitable works, including local Special Olympics, Meals on Wheels, health initiatives, as well as senior and youth programs. 

As part of Rotary International, a global association of more than 1.2 million business and professional leaders in over 200 countries and geographical areas, our club stands behind the mission of providing humanitarian service, promoting ethical standards and helping build good will and peace in the world.  


For more information about Rotary and the Rotary Club of Hillcrest (Sunrise) please  contact Anthony Corrao at a.corrao@sbcglobal.net



Over 25 Rotarians and significant others from the North East Ohio Cluster, uncluding the Rotary Club of Cleveland, the Rotary Club of Shaker Heights, and the Rotary Club of Hillcrest-Sunrise participated in a Service project on Saturday, January 16 by sorting Veterans donations for the Hands On Northeast Ohio Homeless Stand Down at Medwish from 9:00 AM - Noon. It was a great opportunity to give our time to a great community event and to develop fellowship amongst our cluster clubs

The Rotary Club of Hillcrest recently made their annual distribution of dictionaries to local schools in the Hillcrest Area.  The Dictionary Program was created to benefit youth and promote literacy with many Rotary Clubs throughout the world participating. 
Rotarians believe that a dictionary is an essential tool for a quality education and that a student cannot do his or her best work without one. A dictionary in the home serves as a resource for the whole family.  The Rotary Club of Hillcrest (Sunrise) continues to support this long-standing tradition distributing hundreds of dictionaries every year  


Rotary Club of Hillcrest Sunrise was proud to induct three new members to our club at the December 15, 2015 Meeting. The new members inducted are:

1. Tina Corrao
2. Becky Milia
3. Chris Mauk

We wish Tina, Becky, and Chris all the best as they embark on their journey of being Rotarians



It is my pleasure, in conjunction with the past immediate three winners of the Rotary Club of Hillcrest-Sunrise Rotarian of the Year award (Fred Havlice, George Hughes, and myself), to announce this year’s Rotarian of the Year.  This annual award is designated for the one Rotarian in our club who clearly stands out in demonstrating "Service Above Self," and principled commitment to the Four-Way Test. A nominee should be an outstanding club member who has made significant contributions to the mission and operation of our club, and to one or more avenues of Community or International Service. The ‘Rotarian of the Year’ award may be given to a member who exhibits “Service Above Self” in their daily activities and who promotes Rotary by their actions and involvements. This may be accomplished through one major activity in club service, in multiple activities, or by serving on several committees. This person should be highly visible in the weekly activities of the club.  Our club makes a donation of $1,000 to the Rotary International Foundation in honor of the recipient for a Paul Harris Fellow recognition.
For the 2015-2016 Rotary Year, my theme will be: Engagement in Rotary
Engage yourself
Engage each other
Engage our local community
Engage our world
Each of us comes to Rotary for a different purpose whether it be to build business connections, to find opportunities to give back and serve our communities, or to develop fellowship and lasting relationships.  For most of us, it is the giving back that resonates the most.  However, the relationships we develop, with each other and our communities, keep us engaged.  With all things, we get out of Rotary what we put into our efforts.  
For each ouf us, it is a personal choice as to how much effort we put into Rotary, or engage.  My goal, as club president, and in conjunction with our skilled leadership team is to continue developing a dynamic club where members have multiple opportunities to choose their engagement through service and social opportunities.  
With a dynamic club, we hope to continue growing our membership. As we grow our membership with high quality, new members, we will be able to commit to more service projects, raise more money, and develop more connections which will allow us to positively impact our communities, local and international.  
Here our our club goals for 2015-2016:
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