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Columbia Valley Daybreak

Columbia Valley Daybreak

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Thursday mornings at 7am
Tri-Tech Skills Center
5929 West Metaline
(use N Kellogg St entrance)
Kennewick, WA 99336
United States of America
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Columbia Valley Daybreak Rotary:  Professionals who enjoy serving effectively with hearts and hands; strengthening membership through friendship and inspired collaboration; benefiting local and international communities.

 

 

 
Home Page Stories
Five young men were our guest speakers representing the Trail Seekers organization of Central Washington.  The youth program started over 30 years ago and is organized by Kathy Owen in the Tri-Cities area.  We are grateful for Kathy and her team's service to the community and the positive impact they are making on young lives.  The photo includes the five young men, Kathy and Trevor (club president).  https://www.trailseekerswa.org/
CVD's bowling team represented our club last week at the Junior Achievement local fundraiser.  The all-star team included Brian, Jim, Ken, Trevor, Craig and Barb.  Team captain was Bill.  Thanks for bowling and supporting a great cause!
We are pleased to recognize Flora Cuevas as the newest member of Columbia Valley Daybreak rotary club.  Her new member packet, pin and ribbon were presented by Trevor, current club president, at our meeting last Thursday.  Welcome Flora!
Santa and Mrs. Claus made a trip to Adult Day Services on Friday.  Our club helped purchase gifts for all the members.  Good food, presents and wonderful smiles filled the center on Friday.  Thank you Team Zimmerman for making it happen.  And thank you CVD club members for being generous this holiday season.
The Dream Project is a group of 11 college-aged cyclists from Rutgers University traveling from New Jersey to Portland to spread awareness for food insecurity.  The Dream Project has raised over $40,000 for their local food kitchen.  They also stop and volunteer at soup kitchens and food pantries along their journey.  Tri-Cities Rotarians donated $1,000 to their cause.  Thanks George, Craig, Jim and Paul for letting the students spend the night at your homes.
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