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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

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
Aug 07, 2015
Al Simon
CEO Sandler Training
Sep 18, 2015
Walker Sullivan
Building an Extended Care Strategy
Oct 09, 2015
Oct 09, 2015
 
 

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Dear Dunwoody Rotary Club,
Leveled books are the most important part of an elementary classroom. They allow each child to read their choice of books with an adult, a partner, a group, or independently. When a child knows their level and a classroom library is fully stocked and organized, they can easily find books that are the right amount of challenging. Only then can they grow as readers. Thanks to you, my students are growing. Since winter break my students who were still on a Kindergarten reading at the time have gone up 3 levels. They will finish 1st grade nearly on grade level. My students who were on track to finish on level will be finishing out the school year almost a whole grade level ahead of their goal. This is all because they have the resources to allow them to succeed. It's all because of you.
 
I don't feel like what I want to say to you can be expressed with "thank you", so I'll end with a few quotes my students asked me to pass along.
  • "Yoouw rock!"
  • "We are delighted about are books!"
  • "I'm reading books that you gave to are clase every day."
  • "I want to give other kids books like you did for us."
  • "If we did not have books and math games school would not be fun."
  • "Thac you for helpg me read. I would uf never dun it wif out you."
  • and my personal favorite:
  • "I relley apresheyat you donating money for our class. I relley want to thank you for doing that. I am gretfol becaous you did that even thou you did not have to do it."
 
You didn't have to, but we're so glad you did. Thank you.
 
With gratitude,
Ms. Brand
 

 
 

 The Rotary Club of Dunwoody is the founder and host of one of the Central Perimeter area’s signature community events – RunDunwoody – a 5K, Fun Run, and Family Festival that has become a fall tradition in Dunwoody.  This event celebrates the amazing community spirit that is a defining characteristic of our community and is an example of the enduring generosity of the citizens and businesses based here.  Fully 100% of funds raised in this event, more than $165,000 in its first 5 years, are poured into core projects and programs in education, public health and public safety, locally and

globally.  The 6th Annual RunDunwoody will take place October 18, 2015. Mark your calendar and invite your friends to join us in service to the community and for an exciting day of fun!

For Dunwoody Rotarians, RunDunwoody is about sharing our pride in Rotary service with others by building and growing relationships with community partners - runners, sponsors, beneficiaries.

Many thanks to the Dunwoody Rotarians who have given the Rotary Club of Dunwoody a running start to making 2015 a banner year for the communities we serve. Contact Angie Duprey to help with runner promotion or Charlie Lockwood with sponsor relations.

NEWS FROM THE SPONSORSHIP COMMITTEE – Charlie Lockwood

  • Sponsor Campaign results for the week of May 11:
  • Total value of Sponsor commitments - $22,250
  • Georgia Perimeter College renews as a Ruby Sponsor ($1,000).  Thank you, Tina Philpot!
  • Combined Services, Inc. increases commitment to Diamond Level ($5,000).Combined Services has supported RunDunwoody since the start in 2010.   Mark and Suzanne Sykes, the owners of this Rotary owned business, are members of the Rotary Club of Stone Mountain. Mark and Suzanne have been enthusiastic supporters of  many RCD initiatives.  We are thrilled and very appreciative of the increased level of support.
  • Dunwoody Crier returns as the Official Media Sponsor for RunDunwoody 2015.  
  • Dated Events (Anne Glenn) and ARC in Atlanta (Rodney Godwin) return as In-kind sponsors sharing their professional expertise and providing marketing and promotional services.
 
  • NEW relationship – Atlanta Psychological Services, LLC is new Ruby Sponsor ($1,000). This new relationship was originally referred to us by Officer Tim Fecht, Dunwoody Police Department.  Thanks to Kathy Brandt and Rodney Godwin for cultivating the relationship with this new partner. 
  • Proposals outstanding: 30

 

NEWS FROM RUNNER PROMOTION TEAM – Angie Duprey

  • Total registrations:  49
  • Goal:  1,000

Now is the time for Dunwoody Rotarians to register and to invite a friend. To register go to: www.rundunwoody.net.  With your help RCD will register 200 runners by July 1!

TEAM Challenge multiplies the fun and will ensure RunDunwoody success.  Ask Angie today about how to set up your RunDunwoody team.  TEAM Challenge offers fun for all in six categories: Businesses, Schools, Civic Groups, First Responders, Running Groups/Fitness Centers, Neighborhoods/Families/Individuals

 

 
 
 
 
 
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?  

 
 
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