Speaker Date Topic
Rich Jarrette May 29, 2018 7:30 AM
Foundation Kick off
SUNY Students Jun 05, 2018
Business Plan Competition - Presentations
Chris Kreig Jun 12, 2018 7:30 AM
Tour at Plattsburgh International Airport
Tour at Plattsburgh International Airport

We will be meeting at the International Airport to tour and get an update on the facility.


There will be no breakfast meeting at the American Legion on Tuesday, June 19, 2018.

Instead, celebrate the start of the new Rotary year with your fellow Sunrise Rotarians at the Awards Dinner at Cafe Mooney Bay on Lake Champlain, and pay tribute to our new Paul Harris Fellows, the 2018 Rotarian of the Year, and our 2017-18 and 2018-19 Board of Directors!


Genie Mae Denton Jun 26, 2018 7:30 AM
STOP Domestic Violence/BHSN
Genie Mae Denton
Community Educator/Volunteer Coordinator
STOP Domestic Violence/BHSN
1-888-563-6904 ext. 131
24-Hour Hotline

STOP Domestic Violence is a NYS certified program assisting victims of domestic violence, 24 hours a day. The main office is located in Plattsburgh (Clinton County) with a satellite office in Malone and Tupper Lake (Franklin County) as well as Westport (Essex County). We also have a small office now located on SUNY Plattsburgh's campus. Clinton County offices are open from 8:30am to 4:30pm, and Franklin and Essex Counties are open 8am to 4pm, Monday through Friday. Behavioral Health Services North, Inc. (BHSN) and the STOP Domestic Violence program are dedicated to the creation of a safe, secure environment for those seeking services with us.

It is the policy of the STOP Domestic Violence program to maintain and promote the highest quality of services to survivors of domestic violence regardless of their actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, health status, race, color, religion, age, marital status, socioeconomic status, national origin, veteran status, immigration status, predisposing genetic characteristics, or disability. The STOP Domestic Violence program prohibits harassment of participants based upon any one of the above-mentioned protected classes. 

Jane Desotelle Jul 10, 2018
Local edibles
Local edibles

While growing up in Plattsburgh, Jane Desotelle helped her parents raise and sell gladioli and berries from their garden. This experience and visits to her grandmother’s large garden in Ohio fostered in Jane an intense appreciation for plants. As a young woman, she sold vegetables and set out to learn everything she could about the traditional uses of herbs. When friends kept asking for the herbal tea mixes she made, Jane decided to found her company, Underwood Herbs, to reach a wider audience. Long before the current interest in “eating local,” Jane advocated for farmers markets and built her business through direct contact with her customers. All of Jane’s products are made from sustainably-harvested wild plants. At the end of summer, Jane begins cutting balsam boughs for the hundreds of traditional holiday wreaths she makes and sells each December. Recognizing that development projects often destroy wild plants, Jane has started a botanical sanctuary at her home, where she has been able to coax fruit out of such finicky plants as May apples.

Rick Clark Jul 24, 2018 7:30 AM
Traumatic Brain Injury

There will be no breakfast meeting at the American Legion on Tuesday, July 31st.

Instead, bring your family and your bathing suits to the Dahlens for the Sunrise Summer Picnic at 5pm!

The Dahlens, 14 Point View Terrace, Plattsburgh