At the July 12, 2022 breakfast meeting, outgoing club president Ken Bechard said goodbye to last year and hello to the new.
Ken was presented with an Imagine Rotary tie by Assistant District Governor Ken Corlett, and Audrey Chevalier was presented with an Imagine Rotary scarf. The Imagine Rotary campaign commemorates incoming Rotary International president Jennifer Jones historic achievement by becoming the first female RI president.  
Besides recapping some of the club's major achievements from last year, including such projects as CK Paddle and Clean, Roses for Rotary, and Sunflowers for Ukraine, president Ken recognized the outstanding contributions of each of his fellow board members and presented them with gifts. He also recognized some notable achievements of Sunrise Rotarians - including Paul Roy's inspirational contribution by conceiving and chairing Sunflowers for Ukraine, and recognizing Beth Walters for her behind-the-scenes and under-appreciated work as club accountant. 
Thank you Beth!
A highlight of the day included formal inductions of new club members Natasha Cassano and Pierre Beaumier by AG Ken Corlett.
Natasha Cassano is welcomed to Rotary by Assistant District Governor Ken Corlett.
Ditto for Pierre Beaumier. 
President Bechard also presented Sunrise Rotarian Glenn Smith with a president selection Paul Harris Fellow award, surprising the sergeant-at-arms to the point of embarrassment. In a good way: