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    Livingston Sunrise

    Service Above Self

    We meet In Person
    Fridays at 7:15 a.m.
    Livingston Educational Service Agency (LESA)
    1425 W Grand River Ave.
    Howell, MI 48843
    United States of America
    Join us for breakfast, positive energy, and a commitment to service! Meetings start promptly at 7:30 am with pledges, announcements, Fine Sheriff duties, and Happy Dollars. Each week, enjoy an enriching talk that wraps up by 8:30 am.
    If you are interested in joining the Livingston County Sunrise Rotary Club, you can attend one of our Friday morning meetings or email the club at livingstonsunrise@gmail.com.
    Yesterday, the Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club hosted our Fourth of July events in downtown Brighton, turning the city's heart into a patriotic celebration hub. The day began in the early hours, with dedicated Rotary members arriving at 5:00 am to prepare for the annual Hungry Duck Run. Over 800 runners took part in this beloved tradition, racing through the streets with enthusiasm and determination.
    Following the race, our Club organized various family-friendly activities that filled the downtown area with laughter and joy. Children competed in a lively limbo contest, showcasing their flexibility and balance. The bubble-blowing contest was a hit, with colorful bubbles floating through the air, delighting participants and spectators alike. Meanwhile, the jump rope contest saw kids showing off their impressive skills and stamina.
    As the afternoon approached, anticipation built for the day's highlight: the annual Fourth of July parade. The streets of Brighton were lined with excited community members, all eager to join in the celebration. This year, the parade had a special touch as Mark Howell, the founder of Fund A Life, was honored as the 2024 Grand Marshal. Howell’s contributions to the community and his inspiring work made him a fitting choice for this prestigious role.

    The Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club recently celebrated a successful President's Night event. We congratulated outgoing President Mike Murphy for his dedicated service and warmly welcomed incoming President Dianne McCormick.

    A heartfelt thank you goes out to all our members who attended and made the night special. For those who couldn't join us, enjoy a sneak peek with the photo below. We're looking forward to another great year ahead!

    The Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club is thrilled to announce the overwhelming success of our 2024 Midnight in the Tropics fundraiser. This remarkable event, consistently a sell-out since 2014, once again brought the community together for a night of celebration and philanthropy.
    From 2014 through 2023, the Livingston Sunrise Rotary Foundation (LSRF) has proudly given back nearly $650,000 to non-profit organizations and service providers, with the majority of these funds remaining right here in Livingston County. This year, we are delighted to share that just under $200,000 was raised, benefiting three outstanding local non-profit organizations: Torch 180, Reaching Higher, and Livingston County Catholic Charities' Youth Substance Abuse Program.