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The Sunup Rotary Club
   Of Prescott, Arizona
Meetings: Wednesdays 7-8 AM, Food served at 6:45 AM
		                 At Hotel St. Michael, 205 W. Gurley  St., Prescott 
The Sunup Rotary Club of Prescott, Arizona is a friendly, active service organization with about 60 members.

Sunup is one of five Rotary Clubs in the Prescott area including ones in Chino Valley and Prescott Valley.



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This picture gallery reflects the range of programs Sunup Rotary is and has been involved with during the past year.

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Prescott Sunup Rotary is seeking $90,000 to assist the

Yarnell Water Improvement Association (YWIA).

A significant part of the funding is being requested from Rotary International.

Since the devastating June 30th fire that took the lives of 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots, the YWIA has not had an operating system (SCADA) that controls the flow of water from the district pumps to the water storage tanks and eventually to the YWIA customers.  The YWIA is limping along with manual monitoring of its systems, but needs to replace the SCADA in order to facilitate other needed repairs, thus the grant from Rotary will be integral in the recovery effort for the water system.  This project has received support from Rotary clubs in several states and foreign countries but needs more support to reach its goal.  

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