The little club that could

Temecula Sunrise Rotary Club President Myra Allen. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Marti Treckman Special to Valley News Clubs and service organizations have suffered during a year and a half of COVID-19, unable to hold their usual fundraising enterprises and charitable community activities. But one small Rotary club went “above and beyond” and continued to give back to its community in spite of the restrictions imposed on it. President Myra Allen became president of the Temecula Sunrise Rotary Club right in the middle of the worst of the pandemic. But that did not stop her from giving the members of the club many opportunities to serve. Without Myra’s support and direction, the club might never have survived the year. Temecula Sunrise, like all Rotary clubs, suffered more than a year of setbacks because of the COVID-19 pandemic, from March 2020 through
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