Service above self
Supporting Gateway USD and Shasta Lake
Connecting People & helping Communities
Redding Sunrise Rotary, founded in 1990, is a service organization of business and professional leaders providing humanitarian service, encouraging high ethical stands in all vocations. Locally we are a fellowship who enjoy a good time while promoting “Service Above Self”. We hold several fundraisers throughout the year such as Dinner on the Bridge, Kool April Nights, and the Nash Ranch Mud Run. All fundraising goes towards local High School Scholarships, Summer Camps, Special Olympics and several other local community outreach programs
Redding Sunrise conducts fundraisers to support the community. Proceeds Support:
- Scholarships for College Bound and Trade School High School Seniors
- Special Olympics
- Mud Run at the Nash Ranch
- Bed program for High School Students
- Community Service Projects
Rotary is a global network of 1.4 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
Sunrise Rotary Mud Run
At the Nash Ranch
The fields of the historic Nash Ranch set the stage for the annual Mud Run where you will experience the best Mother Nature has to offer. This fun course will challenge your body and your tolerance for getting down right dirty! Among others, you can expect to slither through mud pits, scale wooden obstacles, swim across a pond, and slide down a mud hill on your quest to conquer all of the challenges. Should you choose, this year’s race will include the “Gladiator Pond Loop” ~ a one mile extension that is the most difficult challenge any racer will find this year at any mud run in Shasta County.
Be sure to bring your buddies and family to watch as you are challenged by the creeks, hills, fields, mud holes, and many man-made obstacles in the race. You will have a blast enjoying what is sure to be the best muddy mess you have ever experienced! Don’t miss out on more mud, more food, more music, and more family activities ~ including the Nash Ranch Pumpkin Patch.