Club Information
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Bishop Sunrise

Wake Up and Join Us!

We meet In Person & Online
Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
Northern Inyo Hospital Annex Conference Room
2957 Birch Street
Bishop, CA 93514
United States of America
You can also attend our meetings via Zoom! Email our Club President for log-on information!
You can make a tax-deductible donation to help Watterson (Fairview) fire victims through the Bishop Rotary Community Foundation.  Donated money will go directly to victims through the local Salvation Army.  Click the link below:
Our growing club fosters future leaders, creates positive change in our community, and lends a hand to people in need at home and beyond our borders. Wake up and join us!
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Home Page Stories
Bishop Sunrise Rotarian John Helm presenting our club’s banner to PDG Michelle O’Brien, who was filling in and leading the Ketchikan First City club’s meeting on August 4, 2022. John is in Alaska for the summer, sailing his boat. Incidentally, our club is planning on redesigning our trading banner this year.
Dr. Arndal and Dr. Kim delivered two babies by c-section with the resident physician in the newly rehabilitated operating room and installed pessaries in a dozen women.
Rotarians from Bishop Sunrise Rotary help out at the United Methodist Church Soup Kitchen on the first Friday of every month.  Seen here (from left to right) are Rotarians Randy Keller, Bernadette Johnson, Sarah Sheehan, and Jeff Griffiths.
Bishop Sunrise Rotarians and Volunteer Philip Anaya.  From Left: Phil McDowell, John Loomis, Philip Anaya, and John Helm.
Bishop Sunrise Rotarian Betsy McDonald, who also took a lead role.  Among other things, she prepared and submitted the paperwork necessary to obtain a District grant and helped get rotary volunteers onsite.
AkaMya leader Sage Romero and Bishop Rotarian Robert Atlee at the floor's dedication ceremony.
The Rotary Club of Bishop Sunrise is looking for students from our area interested in applying for scholarships to pursue their graduate studies abroad. Through the Rotary Global Grant Scholarship program, students in our area and across the nation can receive up to $32,000 to offset the costs of graduate work, in particular areas of study, for no less than one and no more than four years in a foreign country. The scholar’s area of study, professional goals, and previous work or volunteer experience must strongly align with one of Rotary International’s Seven Areas of Focus, which are: 
  • Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution
  • Disease Prevention and Treatment
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Maternal and Child Health
  • Basic Education and Literacy
  • Economic and Community Development
  • Supporting the Environment
Upcoming Events
Lynn Cooper
Aug 17, 2022
Millpond Festival and Updates about upcoming projects
Julie Faber
Aug 24, 2022
Update on Bishop and Chamber Of Commerce Sneak Peek
Social at Millpond
Aug 31, 2022
Social! See you there :)
Special Offsite Meeting at Laws
Sep 07, 2022
Tour of recently completed and upcoming projects
Club Assembly
Sep 14, 2022
Randy Cook
Sep 21, 2022
Meeting Responsibilities
August 10, 2022
Schweizer, Deb
Food Pick-up
Oconnell, Sherry
Speaker Coordinator
Garcia, Jackie