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Welcome to Dunwoody ... the Friendly Breakfast Club!

Dunwoody

Building Communities, Bridging Continents For Thirty Years

We meet Fridays at 7:20 AM
The Westin Atlanta Perimeter North
7 Concourse Pkwy NE
Atlanta, GA  30328
United States
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Speakers

Apr 03, 2015
Alvin Townley
Author "Defiant"
Apr 10, 2015
Joanna Menendez
President Rotaract Club of Atlanta
May 01, 2015
George Stewart
Laws of Life Winners
May 29, 2015
Col.Greg Camp (Retired)
National Infantry Museum
Jun 05, 2015
Matt Bronfman, Managing Director
Jamestown Properties
Jun 12, 2015
Eric Linton
Dunwoody City Manager
Jun 19, 2015
Scott Jenkins, General Manager
Atlanta Stadium Project
 
 

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The Perimeter Community Improvement Districts named President and CEO Yvonne Williams the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce Sirius Star for her service to the chamber and DeKalb County.
 
“We could not think of a better leader to thank than Yvonne Williams,” said Al Edwards, managing director, CERM and the 2015 Chair, DeKalb Chamber of Commerce.
 
The Sirius Star is the brightest star system in the sky, burning twice as bright as the next brightest star. The Sirius Star Leadership Award is bestowed upon the individual who has made an impact that is sustaining to the growth of the county.  The award is presented during the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce annual meeting, set for Feb. 12 at the Georgia Aquarium.
 
The PCIDs straddle north central DeKalb and Fulton Counties, and encompass parts of three cities, Brookhaven, Dunwoody and Sandy Springs, including the headquarters of several of Georgia’s leading Fortune 500 companies and some of the most desirable communities in metro Atlanta.
 
Over the past 15 years, the PCIDs have leveraged $31.2 million in the PCIDs self-taxing district funds in combination with $114.8 million in grants, and state and federal transportation monies to fund $146 million in area transportation, commuting, transit and alternative transportation improvements.
“Ms. Williams’ notable contributions to DeKalb and the Perimeter CID have been nothing short of phenomenal, and we want her to know that her stellar work has not gone unnoticed,” Edwards said.
 
Article By Ellen Eldridge
 

 
 
Since the U.N. Millennium Development Goals were established in 2000, Rotary has played a role in global efforts to reduce extreme poverty and reach target goals by 2015. While great progress has been made towards universal primary education, advancements towards this goal slowed significantly over the past eight years. About 58 million primary-school-age children are currently not enrolled in school while 781 million adults and 126 million youth worldwide lack basic literacy skills.
Achieving universal primary education and gender equality in schools is critical to meeting other development goals. Greater levels of education help communities fight poverty, prevent disease, and access and sustain resources for longer, more prosperous lives.*

During March, Rotary Literacy Month, replicate successful Rotary projects to continue addressing literacy, education, and gender equality at school.
 

 
 

Image *LAST CALL*

Our next service day with the USO is April 1, 2015Mike Shortal currently needs to focus on his health and will not be able to help this time.  If any of you have the time and interest in helping Larry B. Domenico (Co-Chair) organize our USO volunteer day, please let him know, he will be very appreciative.

Larry want to extend the club notice the next volunteer day will be April 1, 2015.  If you can help, please let Larry know.

As we have in the past, we will have two shifts (one in the morning and one in the afternoon).  We will take any help you can give us on either shift or both shifts.
         

Thanks in advance for your help.

 

 
 
 
 
TImagehe Rotaract Club of Atlanta is a social, professional development and community service organization for young professionals between the ages of 21 and 30 in the Metro Atlanta Area and is affiliated with Rotary International and the Rotary Club of Dunwoody. Similar to a Rotary club, the Rotaract club holds bi-weekly meetings for members and guests to which it invites a variety of speakers, and members frequently get together for community service projects and social events.
 
 

Perhaps the best known four points in Rotary are those of The Four Way Test:

Of the things we think, say or do

1.Is it the TRUTH?
2.Is it FAIR to all concerned?
3.Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
4.Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?  

 
 
If you can't remember your Dunwoody password or ID, send an email to Carter Stout . He can send your ID and reset your password. There's a lot of info in the Admin section of the site that can come in handy -- especially member contact info! Don't miss out!
 

 
 
 
 
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