Rotary Club of DeBary-Deltona-Orange City
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Youth Service - Interact and Earlyact Clubs
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Jun 06, 2017
Jim Purdy
Jun 13, 2017
The Golden Age of St. Augustine
Jun 20, 2017
Jun 27, 2017
July 1st starts our new Rotary Year - Joe Alemany is President
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Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:45 AM
DeBary Golf & Country Club
300 Plantation Club Drive
DeBary, FL  32713
United States
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With a global network of over 1.3 million community volunteers, Rotary members are business, professional, and community leaders who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.  Over 33,000 local Rotary clubs worldwide in more than 200 countries and geographical areas initiate service projects to address today’s challenges, including illiteracy, disease, hunger, poverty, lack of clean water, and environmental concerns. Rotary International’s major initiative is PolioPlus, an ambitious program to immunize the world’s children against polio in partnership with the Gates Foundation, World Health Organization, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and UNICEF.  Rotary’s motto is “Service Above Self.”  

We said goodbye today to Antoine DeNoel, our Rotary Youth Exchange Student from Belgium. What a terrific young man he is. We will miss Antoine's engaging personality, and that smile lights up the room. Such a fun kid!
And thank you Nikki and Ray Ohland for being such engaged host parents. Our Club is grateful for all you did. You are forever part of our Rotary family!
Trey is Education Director for Explore Volusia - Volusia County Environmental.
He gave an excellent presentation on the following programs:
Guided Hike - Doris Leeper Preserve
Bike about - Longleaf Pine Preserve
Night Waterbody Paddle - Riverbreeze Park
Guided Hike - Scrub Oak Preserve
Bike-About - Lake Beresford Park Trail
Eco Buggy Tour - Longleaf Preserve
Waterbody Paddle - Blue Spring
Eco Buggy Tour - Lake George
Look for additional Club pictures in President Pat Northey's Album.
Skylar is President of the Trinity Christian Academy Interact Club. She was recently awarded a Medallion of Excellence Award from our local newspaper, The Daytona Beach News Journal. The newspaper gives the award to outstanding high school students who impact their community, their school and excel in academics, and community service. The Gala was held at the Daytona International Speedway. - Way to go, Skylar!
Eli Schaperow chaired the Club's job shadowing program. This year students from Pine Ridge High School were present at our April 18th breakfast meeting. 
With Eli are Steve Maniec, Kim Vivers, Dan Daniels, and Don Kanfer.
President Pat received a donation to our Club from Bob Benedict, Jr. in memory of his father Bob Benedict, a life-long Rotarian who passed away a few years ago. Bob was active in our yearly charity golf tournaments. 
Orange City Manager Dale Arrington was introduced by Past President Darren Elkind. Dale gave a very effective presentation on new developments in Orange City. Website:  
Service Above Self! Bev Johnson, Volusia-Flagler YMCA was our guest speaker. Bev spoke about Diabetes and other health related programs. 
Thanks Bev.
With Steve is Past President Patti Stephens who introduced Steve to the Club members.
Steve is a member of The Rotary Club of DeLand Breakfast. He presented us with a new project that he is working on with Florida Hospital-Fish Memorial. 
On a 3/4 acre area near the northwest corner of the hospital property, a Community Garden will be created. Individuals or organizations will be able to purchase raised wooden garden plots, each for $75.00 a year. The owners can work these plots or assign them to others. The Community Garden will have a greenhouse, water, benches, etc.
The purpose of this project is to promote eating healthy foods, create comradery among the gardeners, get people out of doors, etc.   -   Good job fellow Rotarian Steve!
At the recent  Rotary Club President-Elects Meeting (in which our Club President-Elect Joe Alemany, and Rotary Youth Exchange District Counselor Tracy Grinnen, our Club Secretary attended) Rotary Youth Exchange Students met with Rotary International President-Elect Ian Riseley, RI Vice-President Jennifer Jones, and RI Director Brand Howard. 
Immediate Past Club President Mary Mula presents check to Daytona State College Foundation Board Members. This was from the proceeds of The Rotary Club of DeBary-Deltona-Orange City's Annual Hops & Vine Event. Mary is also a Board member of the DSC Foundation. The DSC Foundation provides scholarships and financial assistance to students.
February 28, 2017
Janet Baldwin
Anita Bradford
James Dalgleish
Douglas Norton
Mark Rutledge
Ruben Colon
Kim Vivers       
New Club Members - Log in to our website and fill in your information under your name where you see Club Members. The email address you are receiving the eBulletin is the email address that will permit you to get a username and then set the password. In the future if you have any changes go to this area under your name and make the changes. 
Thank You.
From Kayla:
"Today is my third day in Italia! I was fortunate enough to make it to my host city a day before Italian Multidistrict 2080's inbound weekend. I'm here in Olbia meeting many new friends and it is all thanks to Rotary! Here is a photo of Ionela on the right representing Portugal and David Harris in the middle, a Rotarian who hosted our sessions today :)
We presented our banner to him today and he was molto felice!"
Kayla was given banners and spending money by Pat Northey and Tracy Grinnen on behalf of our Club. She will represent our Club for one year in Italy. It is an honor to be a Rotary International Exchange Student. - Did you know that one of our members was an exchange student to Australia?  Do you know who it is?
Photo: August 16, 2016 Guest Speaker Kayla Harshman is the Club's Outbound Rotary Youth Exchange Student. Kayla heads to Italy for Art School. She is holding the Club mini-banners and was also given traveling money.
It's Michael Davy.
Rotary Exchange Student Antoine from Belgium arrived in September at Orlando International Airport to spend one year here. In this picture are Club members Eli, Tracy, and Bill - and Antoine's Host Family.
 Club Members supported Antoine at the Deltona City Commission Meeting on October 3 at Deltona City Hall on Providence Boulevard at 6:30 P.M.
Antoine was one of 15 students who was recognized as part of the monthly Super Star Student of the Month.
Do you see a familiar face on the right?
Pictured Above:
Nicci Ohland (Antoine's Host Family Mom), Exchange Student Antoine, Our Leader President Pat Northey, District Governor Marshall Butler, Assistant District Governor Derek Mears
District Governor Marshall gave an inspiring talk when he was here for his Official Club Visit. You can view the video of his visit on this website under Club Video Clips starting September 13, 2016.
When you click on individual photos (or video clips) in an Album it will enlarge and you will see the caption.
Tracy Grinnen gave a very enlightening presentation on Rotary Youth Exchange's June West Coast Trip. Pictures can be viewed in the Club's Rotary Youth Exchange Album on the website.
A check was presented to Nika Hosseini on behalf of the SPLASH fresh water project. With Nika is President Pat Northey,  Immediate Past President Mary Mula, and Club members.
Invite a friend to our meetings. Click on the hyper-links, and if you click twice on some pictures they will enlarge. You can view pictures and videos taken a few years ago by going to that section of the website. You will not be able to view the videos on an iPhone. You can view them on a computer.
The eBulletin and our website are different. Please make sure that the eBulletin is not  delivered to your junkmail folder. It is emailed to you every Monday morning at 6:00 A.M.
This website, can be fully viewed on your smartphone. If you notice, there are Links to the District website and Rotary International. Club members, please open and read the weekly eBulletin sent to you.
This year the Club will sponsor  at least two students to participate in RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) which is a weekend special participation fun seminar (which every past participant said changed their life).
Every member should feel empowered to shape our club's future and make it outstanding. Sponsor a new member and mentor him or her. Every member of our Club can attend our Board of Directors Meetings.
Check out the website:  for the latest information.
Youth Exchange Students and Rotarians at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. 
If you are interested in becoming a business sponsor of our club website contact Sher Weisman.
Website Sponsors
P.O. Box  530217 / DeBary, Florida 32753-0217