Sunrise resident and author Laura Travaglino said the sunshine is everywhere and she hopes it stays that way.
Travagliocan was born in Sunrise, where she grew up and where she’s lived her entire life.
The first time she saw a sunrise sunrise was in her backyard when she was a child.
She says the sunrise is like a beautiful light in the sky that makes you feel happy.
She hopes it continues to shine like that for years to come.
Sunrise resident and writer Laura Tivaglina says the sunrises are magical.
She says the sunlight is like an angel, a source for happiness.
She said she hopes the sun will always be a part of the Sunrise community, a place to call home, where residents can relax and celebrate with each other.
Sunset residents, who are not only family members, friends and neighbors, are also part of Sunrise’s community.
Tivaglios parents are also Sunrise residents.
The couple is also on a sunset road trip this month and will be spending time in Sunrise.
Sunshine resident and novelist Jane Smith says the people in Sunrise are just as amazing as the sun.
Smith is a retired teacher and the author of “The Sunshine Story.”
She’s also a member of Sunrise Community Health and Sunrise Lakeside.
Smith says the Sunrise people are all people, not just a group of people.
They all have the same goals and the same values.
Smith said Sunrise residents are just like you and me.
She wants to see the people and places that make up Sunrise thrive and thrive in a beautiful way.
The Sunrise manor is one of the last of the old-growth forests of the north.
It sits on a rocky hillside, just east of the lakeside community of Sunrise.
It has a grand view of the city skyline and the city lights.
It’s surrounded by woods and farmland, including an area where a family of sheep once grazed.
A little further up the hill is the Sunrise Lake, where the lake is about 40 feet deep.
Sunlight can be glimpsed from the lake’s edge as well as the city, but sunrise hours are best in the morning, when the sun is shining.
It was here in the 1920s that the first sunrise was observed.
People of the town are part of this community.
They’re the residents who know each other and have roots in the community, Smith said.