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DeLand Breakfast

Service Above Self... One profits most who serves best.

We meet In Person
Thursdays
Sanborn Activity Center
815 S. Alabama Ave
DeLand, FL 32724
United States of America
Thursday at 7:30 am
Home Page Stories

Last week's blood drive was a big success. They measure 30 donors as a success and there were over 40 donors. This will likely be an annual event for us.

 

The Camp Winona project was great too- we had some members from our club and from the Rotaract club participate

 

 

Meals On Wheels needs help!
 
Delivering meals to Seniors – there are routes all over our community
DeLand Breakfast Rotary – Rotarians
if you can help deliver meals please contact:
 
Diamond at the Council on Aging
386-253-4700 x 239
Remember many Senior Centers are closed right now – they need our help
Adopt a Route (DeLand, Orange City, DeBary and more)
Help for a day or a week – whatever you can do
Make it a family event – to help
 
 
 
Each year our club purchases easy to prepare or ready to eat food for middle and elementary school students that may not have access to adequate lunch foods at home over the spring break holiday.  This year's pack and delivery proved to be even more critical because soon after the students received their bags on Thursday, spring break was extended for an additional week because of school closures from Covid-19.
Arthur, our exchange student from Brazil, helping to pack bags.
 
Harley Burger taking a short break after an hour of filling pots with soil.
 
Kenny Mullen and Aaron Price working together to pot trees for DeLand.
Alex Salerno, son of club member Sasha, over seeing the job!
Harley Burger taking a short break after an hour of filling pots with soil.
Left to right: Missy Chaves (Past President), Taver Cornett, Tammy Mauldin, Eddie Molina, Mark Hayword, Kenny Mullen (President)

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