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Cranberry Township SR

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 7:30 AM
Cranberry Marriott
100 Cranberry Woods Drive
Cranberry Township, PA  16066
United States
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Since our Golf Outing got rained out last Friday, we are going to auction off the autographed Malkin jersey.
Here are the rules for the bidding process: 
  • One bid and one bid only per person, your bid is last and final, make it high because you don't get a second chance.
  • Email your bid to me, and again, one bid and one bid only.
  • Deadline for this bid is 4pm EST on Thursday, May 18, 2017.  Any bids received after 4pm EST Thursday, May 18, 2017 will not be accepted, there is no reason to delay getting your bid to me.
  • If there is a tie for the highest bid, I will contact only those individuals who are tied, via email, and give them the opportunity to make one, last final bid in order to try to break the tie.
  • If after this tie breaking bid we still have a tie, those tied will have their names put into a hat and the name drawn from the hat will be deemed as the highest bidder.
  • Minimum bid is $175.
8:00 a.m. Registration
9:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
Prizes & Dinner After!
It's back, and better than ever.  This year's Sunrise Golf Classic will be held at the Cranberry Highlands Golf Course.  Cranberry Highlands, voted Pennsylvania’s best municipal golf course in 2009 by Golf Digest, celebrates Western Pennsylvania’s rugged natural landscape with a stunning 186-acre, par-70 course created to provide a high-quality test of golf for players at every level.
Funds raised will be used to support It's About The Warrior Foundation. 
If you would like to join us for golf, our sponsor the event, please download our brochure here
We look forward to seeing you in May!


Sunrise Golf Classic 2017 - Flyer and registration form

On Friday, July 3, the gavel was passed from past President Tim Blain to Mike Patsy.
Thanks to Tim for his leadership and congratulations to Mike.
Rotary exchange student Leo Cardenas Segovia returns to Chile after enjoying almost a full year in the United States.
Leo was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Cranberry Township - Sunrise. He attended and graduated from Seneca Valley High School and was hosted by the Kreke family.
When he returns to Chile, Leo plans to join the Air Force and train to become a pilot. He is pictured here with Chris Williams and Ron Gigler, two Rotary members who mentored him during his stay in the U.S.
Members of the Sunrise Rotary Club of Cranberry Township present a check for $2,500 to Bruce Mazzoni, (pictured far left), president of the Cranberry Township Community Chest (CTCC). Proceeds resulted from the Rotary Club's Monte Carlo Night, which was held earlier this Spring.
Rotary members Brian Kile and Jim Logan (pictured 2nd and 3rd from left) each donated their $1,000 Monte Carlo Night winnings to CCTC, and the Rotary Club pitched in the additional $500. The donation will be used to support CCTC's Project of the Year Miracle League Field Resurfacing and "Out of the Park" playground.
Corporate sponsors for the Monte Carlo Night included The Battery Giant and Re/Max Select Realty. The Rotary's President-Elect, Mike Patsy, is pictured far right.
The Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary Club celebrated our last Student of the Month breakfast at Rowan Elementary this past week. 
We look forward to seeing everybody in the fall. 
Back Row: Michael Patsy, Judi Williams (4th grade teacher), Erin Andrekovich (4th grade teacher), Nannette Farmar (Principal)
Front Row: Fernanda Arreola-Lucio, Matthew Cinker, Tristan Conrad
Ron Gigler of the Rotary Club of Cranberry Township Sunrise received a Paul Harris Fellow pin in recognition of his contribution of $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation.
Pictured below are Ron Gigler and club President Tim Blain.
This past Saturday, April 16th, members of the Cranberry Sunrise Rotary club collected food and monetary donations for the benefit of Gleaner's Food Bank at the Shop N Save on Freedom Road.
We would like to thank everyone that turned out to support us, as we raised $483.00 and a whole lot of food. 
We would also like to thank our Chairperson for making this event a success - Teresa Gadberry. 
Chloe Ailes and Creed Erdos are the Rowan Elementary School Students of the Month for February. 
From left, are teacher Meghan Costanza, Chloe, District Judge David Kovach representing the Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary Club, Creed, teacher Erin Andrekovich and Principal Nannette Farmar.
At our annual dinner last evening, Timothy Blain was recognized as Rotarian of the Year.  Congratulations to Tim on this accomplishment!
Here Tim (left) is being presented with his award by Dr. Patrick Francis.

The Rotary Club of Cranberry ~ Sunrise recognized the November and December students of the month at Rowan Elementary. 

Shown from left to right back row:  Lauren Smith (school counselor) Mr. Parenti (4th grade teacher) Dave Kovach (Cranberry Rotary Club) Mrs. Williams (4th grade teacher) and Mrs. Farmar (School Principle).

Front row Left to Right:  Alexis Helsel (November student of the month) and Ryan Sikora (December student of the month)



The Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary recently recognized the Students of the Month at Rowan Elementary.   

Shown in the picture from left to right first row is Dave Kovach (Rotary) 4th grade students Gavin Laporte and Rachel Henne and teacher Mrs. Williams.  Second row are Principle Nannette Farmar and teacher Mrs. Andrekovich.  Congratulations to both students.



On Monday, June 10, 2013, from 9 AM - Noon Lifesteps performed FREE Developmental and Autism Screening at the Cranberry Township Municipal Center. This event was sponsored by Rotary District 7280 and the Cranberry Sunrise Rotary Club.  Pictured below is Rotarian Vic Conrad along with employees of Dentistry for Kids and LifeSteps.





Students of the Month at Haine Middle School for May 2013 were recently recognized by the Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary. In the photo, from left to right are, Mr. Josh Hoover (Haine Middle School Counselor - Intern), Morgan Wehr (5th grade), Matthew Stenglin (6th grade) and Emily Babusci (5th grade), Mr. Ron Gigler (Cran. Twp. Sunrise Rotary).


On Thursday, May 16, 2013, The Cranberry Sunrise Rotary Club recognized three Rowan Elementary Students as Rotary Students of the Month.

Front Row - Students – Isabella Browne, Matthew Bickart and Andrew Vetter

Second Row – Counselor Jill Thomas, Teachers Bill Parenti and Jenny Fiscus,

Principal Nannette Farmar and Teacher Erin Andrekovich

Last Row – Rotarian, the Honorable David Kovach



On Thursday, March 21, 2013, the Cranberry Sunrise Rotary Club recognized Zoe Stebbins (5th grade) and Natalie Paulovich (6th grade, as the March Students of the Month for Haine Middle School. 

In the photo, from left to right are, Mr. Ron Gigler (Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary), Zoe Stebbins), Natalie Paulovich and Mrs. Beth Ann Smith (Haine Middle School Counselor).




On Thursday February 28th, the Cranberry Sunrise Rotary Club, represented by Mr. Dave Kovach, recognized the January and February Student of the month during a breakfast and reception held prior to the start of school.  Pictured below from L-R are Ms. Nannette Farmar (Acting Principal- Rowan Elem.), Ryan Russell (4th Grade, Jan. 2013), Anna Palmieri (4th Grade, Feb. 2013), and Mr. Dave Kovach (Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary).


On Saturday, March 2, our members braved a blustery day at the Shop 'N Save at Freedom Square to be greeted by wonderful shoppers who donated over a hundred bags of groceries and generous cash contributions to continue our Community's support of the Gleaners Food Bank, the designated food bank to serve the Cranberry Township area.

The push to keep the shelves full at Gleaners Food Bank to serve our neighbors and friends, Rotarians will continue their efforts on Sunday, March 24 from 8am until 5pm at the Cranberry Township Walmart.

Gleaners Food Bank is in most need of assistance this time of year as the families and individuals supported by Gleaners are also facing higher utility bills during the cold winter months and donations of items are at their lowerst point. For more information about Gleaners Food Bank please visit their website here

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday, March 24 at Walmart.  If you miss that opportunity, we are continuing to collect donations at the Municipal Center on Rochester Road, where donations are being accepted at the Caring Center through the end of March, which is located immediately adjacent to the entrance to the Township Administrative Offices. 

Thank you for your overwhelming generosity! 


On Thursday, February 21, 2013, the Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary Club recognized the Haine Middle School Students of the Month for February 2013.

In the photo, from left to right are,  Mr. Patrick Francis (Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary), Marissa Waitlevertch (5th grade), Josh McLean (6th grade) and Mrs. Beth Ann Smith (Haine Middle School Counselor).



Over 50 volunteers from the Club and the Seneca Valley Lacrosse Team visited each neighborhood on Saturday, February 9 and collected nearly 600 bags of food for the Gleaners Food Bank of Cranberry Township. Gleaners Food Bank is the designated Food Bank that assists our friends and neighbors in Cranberry Township.

The Club will continue collection efforts on Sunday, March 2 at the Shop and Save in Freedom Square and on Sunday, March 24 at the Wal-Mart on Route 19.

The Rotary Club of Cranberry Township Sunrise thanks everyone for their outstanding support of the Gleaners Food Bank.


The Cranberry Rotary Clubs were well represented at this year’s Seneca Valley Foundation’s Sweetness and Light Gala held at Heinz Hall. The Gala was held in support of public education and for the continued excellence within the Seneca Valley School District. Linda Andreassi, a member of the Noon Rotary Club, is the Director of Communications for the Seneca Valley School District and played a significant role in organizing this community event.


Standing Left to Right: Jack Cohen, Sunrise Rotary; Bruce Mazzoni, Sunrise Rotary Honorary Member; Linda Andreassi, Noon Rotary; Jamie Weber, Noon Rotary

Sitting Left to Right: Dan Novakovich, Noon Rotary; Jerry Andree, Sunrise Rotary

On Thursday, January 31, 2013, two students at Haine Middle School were honored as the January 2013 Students of the month.

In the photo, from left to right are, Mr. Ron Gigler (Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary), Ryan Meyer (5th grade), Lexi Vinski (6th grade) and Mrs. Beth Ann Smith (Haine Middle School Counselor)


Join your friends and neighbors for the continuation of a SPOOKTACULAR tradition in Cranberry Township on October 26, 2014. The 5k event starts at 9am and the One Mile event starts at 10:15am.

A fun event for the whole family, and please come dressed in your favorite costume - BE CREATIVE!

For more information visit our race page

Run for a Cause!

To register for the Race for Wade or to become a sponsor, please contact Libbie at 

Read more about the Race at our story below.

Our Club was proud to be a part of Cranberry Township's 2014 Relay For Life.  Our Club fielded a team for the first time at North Boundary Park.  We walked in support of honoring cancer survivors and those currently battling, remembering loved ones lost and fighting back against a disease that has already taken too much!  We look forward to supporting the 2015 Cranberry Township Relay for Life event. We appreciated everyone's support!


Congratulations to Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary's Vic Conrad for being recognized as Business Leader of the Year this week at the George Henderson "Service Above Self" Awards Dinner as hosted by the Cranberry Township Noon Rotary Club.  Vic is the founder and owner of Pinnacle Financial Strategies.  

Vic is a member of several professional and community associations/activities including:

  • American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) & Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs (PICPA) – Numerous various committees
  • Rotarian – Cranberry Township Sunrise Club Board Member
  • Seneca Valley Foundation Trustee
  • St. Barnabas – Valencia Woods Trustee and Golf Outing Committee
  • Pittsburgh Planned Giving Council (PPGC) – Assistant Treasurer and Past Conference Co-Chair
  • Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber Member (serving northern Allegheny County and Cranberry areas)
  • Discover HOPE Here (Helping Others Pursue Employment) - Treasurer  

Pictured below is Vic along with his parents at the dinner on Tuesday evening, May 27th.

Congratulations Vic! 



Congratulations to fourth graders from Rowan Elementary School for being chosen as Cranberry (Sunrise) Rotary’s Students of the Month. Ashley Martin, Ian Martin and Grace Abbott (front, left to right) celebrated their hard work, accomplishments, and leadership with their teachers and families at a breakfast held late last week. Seen here with the students are Ms. Lauren Smith, guidance counselor, and Mr. Dave Kovach, Cranberry Rotarian.


On Thursday, May 15th from 9:00 AM - Noon, Lifesteps performed developmental and autism screening for all children from birth through five years of age. 

This event was sponsored by the Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary Club.  Pictured are Vic Conrad from the Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary.  dentists from Dentistry for Kids, a doctor from Pediatric Ophthalmology, and a child screener from LifeSteps


The Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary Club is hosting the "Frank Petrone Golf Outing" on May 2 and is seeking businesses or individuals for major sponsorships and advertising. The event will be held on Friday, May 2, at the Cranberry Highlands Golf Course. Registration begins at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. There are a variety of levels of sponsorship still available for the event, as well as advertising space, too. There will be a silent auction after the golf outing, and items to be placed up for auction are being sought. To discuss participating as either a golfer, sponsor, advertiser or by donating an auction item, please contact Vic Conrad, (724) 940-4333

For more information download our brochure here


On Saturday, March 1st our members enjoyed an unusually warm day collecting donation for Gleaner's Food Bank in front of Shop 'N Save on Freedom Road. 

Gleaners Food Bank is in most need of assistance this time of year as the families and individuals supported by Gleaners are also facing higher utility bills during the cold winter months and donations of items are at their lowest point. For more information about Gleaners Food Bank please visit their website here

Thank you for your overwhelming generosity!  


The Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary Club recently honored two students at Rowan Elementary School as Students of the Month.  


From L-R Mrs. Andrekovich, 4th grade teacher, February Award – Nora Krisfalusi, January Award – Sam Skeen, Dave Kovach, Cranberry Township Sunrise Rotary club.