Rotary Club of DeBary-Deltona-Orange City

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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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Club members gave a super-duper special dictionary to each third-grader in every school in our area. We do this every year in conjunction with the DeLand Rotary Clubs' Literacy Program.
At Timbercrest Elementary School
The Annual Hops & Vine Fundraiser! 
Endless local brews, exclusive wines, hot hors d'oeuvres, good friends, live music, and fun was at the DeBary Mansion Carriage House on November 3rd.  
See you next year.
Thank you to all our sponsors for helping to make this a success!
Rotarians serve their community ... everyday ... and in every way! Deltona National Night Out brought out the community to celebrate our first responders and to learn about life in the big city.
Below is Ruben Colon representing Florida Hospital Fish Memorial, Immediate Club Past President Pat Northey, and Deltona City Commissioner Victor Ramos.
Klaus, Joe, Margret, and Don - September 25, 2017
Honorary Club Members Klaus and Margret just returned to their DeBary home after a trip from Germany.
On September 15 a call to action was made seeking volunteers to pack hundreds of breakfast and lunches for families in our community affected by Hurricane Irma. 
Needless to say, dozens of volunteers answered the call. My Pine Ridge Health Academy students and members of my Deltona-DeBary-Orange City Rotary Club were on hand to serve our neighbors. Krispy Kreme delivered 20 dozen donuts, which nobody was expecting.  
Hundreds of families were served and additional packaged meals were delivered to areas heavily affected, senior centers, and door to door. 
Special thanks to Mrs. Raimundo and her staff for opening the doors of her school to serve those in need.  Today was truly a clear reflection of the strength of our community. "Service Above Self."
Ruben Colon
At the June 27th Club Meeting our Guest Speakers were Skylar and Caleb. Also in the above photo are their mothers and Dr. Dennis Robinson, Headmaster of Deltona Trinity Academy. Skylar and Caleb gave a presentation on the Interact Club and RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards).
Dear Club Member,
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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. 
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Club members, please open and read the weekly eBulletin sent to you. Log in to the website so you can go to the section with your information. Please add any missing information, such as birthdays and changes in addresses and phone numbers. If you change an email address and you don't notify me you will not be receiving the eBulletin. You can even change your picture. If you want something put on the website please contact Sherwood "Sher" Weisman at .
Every year your Club sponsors at least two students to participate in RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards).
Please patronize our website sponsors, and if you have a business please consider becoming a sponsor of our website so we can maintain this website. When you click on the ad your website will pop up. It only costs $75.00 a year. Please contact Sher.
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. If you need anything please contact me.
Thank You.

The 2016-17 RYE Outbound students from District 6970 have returned from a year of unprecedented challenges, exciting adventures, and incredible opportunities in their Host Countries.

Why consider membership in any Rotary Club?

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.”  

Club Executives & Directors
Immediate Past President
Vice President
President Elect
Club Service Director
Community Service Director
Vocational Service Director
International Service Director
Rotary Foundation Chair
Executive Secretary
Youth Service - Interact and EarlyAct Clubs
Youth Service
Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE) Club Counselor
Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE)/Youth Exchange Office (YEO)
Past Presidents Council Chair
Public Relations/Facebook
eBulletin Editor & Webmaster
Russel Miller
Nov 28, 2017
The Rotary Foundation
Dec 05, 2017
Board Meeting follows Speaker Presentation
Jan 02, 2018
Board Meeting follows Speaker Presentation
Jeff Bumb, U.S. Army retired, Director
Jan 09, 2018
Veterans Services, Volusia County
Lori M. Gillooly and Patti Ford
Jan 16, 2018
Habitat for Humanity
State Representative David Santiago
Mar 13, 2018
House District 27
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