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Greenville Daybreak Rotary's signature project is the flag program. 6 times a year, we place a flag at the residence or business of our subscribers: President's Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, Labor Day and Veteran's Day. Cost is $36 for Residential Service and $60 for Business Service.

If you would like more information or to place a subscription order, please email us at flags@greenvilledaybreakrotary.com
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903-456-2257.

 

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Greenville Daybreak

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM
The Landmark on Lee Street
2920 Lee St
Greenville, TX  75401
United States
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Daybreak Rotarians collect retired beds from Hunt Regional Hospital and deliver them to local patients who may not be able to afford them.  This weekend 12 more beds were taken to storage, awaiting their new home.
 
    
Many hospital beds have been delivered to families in need.  We have more coming and will be able to deliver those to more people in need - VERY exciting!
 
Bill Heinholt, member of the 1952 Kansas Jayhawks Championship Team, presents to the club.  He tells stories of Kansas Jayhawks rich basketball history, having had James Naismith and Wilt Chamberlin at the college.   
 
       
L - Madeline Caldwell, Wolfe City High School Outstanding sophomore stands with our program, Bill Heinholt (member of the 1952 Kansas Jayhawks Championship Team).
 
R - Principal of Wolfe City High School, Chris Sheets tells the club a little about Madeline, while Randy Daw looks on.
 
 
Bonita Malone, Drug Free Greenville, updated the club on all the activities they have throughout the year.  The program, Shattered Dreams, is every 4 years and 2018 is the year.  They also have the Walk-A-Thon coming very soon. 
 
Kelly Current presents the Wolfe City Outstanding Junior to Jessica Huffines.  Pictured from left to right are English Language Arts teacher, Alayne Aikens, Jessica and Kelly.  Ms. Aikens said Jessica is a wonderful student who was instrumental in producing the year book last year and is the editor this year.  She also participates in other activities and when the one act play was short on people she told said "It's not really my thing, but I will do it if you need me."  What a great attitude!
Holly Gotcher (left), local attorney and member of Daybreak Rotary, is shown presenting a book to Lawrence Whaley, a Dallas Rotarian, who gave a talk on Rotary values to the club. Looking on is Randy Daw, Daybreak President. The signed books are donated to the children's section of the local library.
President Randy Daw initiates our newest member, Misty Lovett, with her sponsor, Cate Hall.
Forrest Hallstrom, District Executive - Boy Scouts of America, Circle Ten Council. In the picture from left to right: Greg Coats, Forrest, and President Randy Daw.
 
 
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