Daytona Beach West

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Daytona Beach West
15 Sept Meeting  --  Brenda Campbell & Joe Chance
22 Sept Meeting -- Dawn Chappel & Ron Crisp
29 Sept Meeting -- Judy Davidson & Steven DeVane
 

 
Thursdays at 7:30 am
Volusia Room
Daytona Beach Int'l Airport
700 Catalina Drive
Daytona Beach, FL
(Parking Validated at Sign In-Use Short Term Lot)
 
Send mail to: PO Box 9607
Daytona Beach, FL 32120-9607
 
 
 
 

 
 
Officers & Directors
President
Secretary
Treasurer
Sgt at Arms
Past President
Director
Director
Director
Director
Membership Chair
Community Service Chair
Foundation Chairman
Vocational Service Chair
Newsletter Editor
Website Administration
 
 
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13 members and friends of our Club spent a beautiful Rotary Workday at Mario's Habitat House that we are sponsoring cleaning up the site and laying tons of sod for his new yard. Final completion is getting close. Thanks to all who came and helped!
 
 
Check out the Photo Albums shown on the Home Page for more pictures.
 
 
 
Daytona State College
Monday, 4:00 to 5:30 pm
Building 130 (Cafeteria), Room 154

http://www.daytonastate.edu/rotaract/
 
 
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July                              Linda Crisp Scholarship Fund    
August                         Avenues 12 Recovery House 
September                   Wings of Hope Foundation
October                       Duvall Home
November                    Family Renew
December                    WORC (Client Outings)
January                       Pace Center for Girls
February                      Halifax Urban Ministries
March                          Rotary Foster Care Coalition Inspiration Grant Program
April                             Melanoma Foundation -Walk for Research
May                             Domestic Abuse
June                            Camp Winona – Camper Scholarship
 
Description of Charities
Linda Crisp Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to students to pursue college or vocational education.  Application requirements may be obtained from Patricia Lagoni patricialagoni@gmail.com corporate secretary or Maryke Guild mguild@daytonapm.com, vice president.  
Avenues 12 Recovery House operates transitional living homes for women recovering from alcoholism and drug addiction.
Wings of Hope provides support for at risk children, as well as young adults who age out of the system.
Duvall Home, located in DeLand, provides residential services and quality care for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Work Oriented Rehabilitation Center (WORC provides programs and services to people with disabilities and sponsor outing for their clients.
Pace Center for Girls provides a non-residential delinquency prevention program providing an opportunity for a better future through education, counseling, and advocacy for females 12 to 18 who are identified as dependent, truant, runaway, delinquent, or in need of academic skills.
Halifax Urban Ministries provides shelter and food for the homeless.
Rotary Foster Care Coalition’s Inspiration Grant Program provides funds for extracurricular activities for children in foster care.
Bill Walter Melanoma Research Fund sponsors a 4K Run/Walk to raise awareness of melanoma.
Domestic Abuse provides emergency shelter, education, referral services, etc. for battered women and their children.
Camp Winona provides a resident camp for ages 6-17 during the summer.
 
 
 
 
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