A huge thank-you
The annual Turkey Trot on Thanksgiv-ing Day is a wonderful tradition and suc-cessful community event organized bySunrise Rotary.Proceeds from last year’s Turkey Trotwere presented to Claremont youthsports organizations on Tuesday, May 20by Sunrise Rotary members Chuck Fre-itas and Tim Tipping. Claremont AYSOsoccer, Claremont Girls Fast Pitch,Claremont Little League, Claremont Jun-ior All American Football, ClaremontYouth Basketball, Claremont Storm Soc-cer and Claremont Stars Soccer all re-ceived donations from Sunrise Rotary tohelp sponsor their individual scholarshipprograms. These donations play an im-portant role in providing financial assis-tance to young players who are strivingto reach their athletic dreams in Clare-mont.Claremont youth sports organizationsand the Claremont Youth Sports Com-mittee are very thankful for Sunrise Ro-tary’s ongoing support.
Chairman Claremont Youth Sports Committee
Claremont COURIER/Friday, May 30, 2014
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Monday, June 2
Tree policy study sessionCouncil Chamber, 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, June 3
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Community and Human Services Commission Council Chamber, 7 p.m.
Thursday, June 5
CUSD Board of EducationKirkendall Center, 7 p.m.
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Photo courtesy of Chuck GardenhireThe Claremont Youth Sports Committee recently received an approximate $9,000 do-nation from Claremont Sunrise Rotary to fund sports scholarships for local youth ath-letic leagues. The funds were raised at last year’s Turkey Trot.