Rotary Club of DeBary-Deltona-Orange City

 
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DeBary-DOC

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:30 AM
DeBary Golf & Country Club
300 Plantation Club Drive
DeBary, FL  32713
United States of America
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Diane was our second female Club President. I didn't realize she passed away a few months ago at a young age until I spoke to Past President Brad Tallman. She was a wonderful person. Diane was a  pioneer in Volusia County as the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Sher
 
To Club Members, R.S.V.P. Erica at designdiva124@me.com or 407-430-3790
 

     

                                      

                              Wine and Beer Tasting 
To benefit Local Students, Daytona State College Educational

Scholarships and other DeBary, Deltona, Orange City non-profit charities

Friday, November 2, 2018,  6 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. in the Carriage House at DeBary Hall Historic Site

Sponsorship Opportunities

          Scholar Sponsor – $1,800

  • Name/logo included on all promotional marketing material

  • Logo and link on Rotary webpage and event Facebook page

  • Large Name/logo on event signage

  • 3-minute speaking opportunity at the event

  • One full-page color ad (5” x 8”) in program book

  • 8 event tickets

  • Reserved table for 8 at event

    Foundation Sponsor – $1,000

  • Name/Logo included on all promotional marketing material

  • Logo and link on Rotary webpage and event Facebook page

  • Name/logo on event signage

  • 1-minute speaking opportunity at the event

  • One full-page color ad (5”x8”) in program book

  • 6 event tickets

    Alumni Sponsor – $500.00

• Name/Logo included on all promotional marketing material

  • Logo and link on Rotary webpage and event Facebook page

  • Name/logo on event signage

  • One full-page black and white ad (5”x8”) in program book

  • 4 event tickets

    Contributor Sponsor – $250.00

  • Logo and link on Rotary webpage and event Facebook page

  • Name/Logo on event signage

  • Half page black and white ad (4” x 5”) in program book

  • 2 event tickets

    Friend Sponsor - $150.00

  • Logo and link on Rotary webpage and event Facebook page

  • Name/Logo on event signage

  • Recognition in program book

  • 1 event ticket

    Food Sponsor– cost of food served

  • Name/logo included on all promotional marketing material

  • Logo and link on Rotary webpage and event Facebook page

  • Name/Logo on event signage

  • 1⁄4 page black and white ad (2” x 2/5) in program book

  • Table for food and promotion

  • 2 event tickets

  • Must provide food for approximately 100 people

    Wine Sponsor

  • Name/logo included on all promotional marketing material

  • Logo and link on Rotary webpage and event Facebook page

  • Name/Logo on event signage

  • Half black and white ad (4” x 5”) in program book

  • Booth space to serve wine and promote company

  • 4 event tickets

    Beer Sponsor

  • Name/logo included on all promotional marketing material

  • Logo and link on Rotary webpage and event Facebook page

  • Name/Logo on event signage

  • Half black and white ad (4” x 5”) in program book

  • Booth space to serve wine and promote company

  • 6 event tickets

  • Beer for approximately 100 people

    Program Book Ad - $50.00 (2.5” x 4”)

Site of Hops & Vine Fundraiser

Michael Davy, Theatrical Makeup Artist and member of our Rotary Club is transforming Dide Turut, our Rotary Youth Exchange Student  from Turkey into a Halloween Fright.  
 
 
Michael, what did you do to our young lady?
Ruby Lee McDonald, Holistic Health Practitioner, was our Guest Speaker this week! What a terrific presentation. Ruby brought goodies to  hand out. How sweet was that!
Seen below are Don Kanfer, Michael Davy, Ruby Lee McDonald, Eli Schaperow, Dan Daniels, and Joe Alemany.
Lt. Blake Van Brunt, Jr. becomes a Paul Harris Fellow. Blake is stationed at Camp Pendleton Navy Hospital. A few years ago he along with Steve Maniec handed a Rotary dictionary to third grade students at DeBary Elementary School and spoke to the students about what they can learn from these special dictionaries. He also told the students why he serves in the U.S. Navy. When Blake was in Lyman High School he was a member of the Interact Club. 
 
 
 
 
Below are Club Members Erika Benfield, Dan Daniels, and Club President Bill Wright.
 
 
 
We talked to the students about their special information dictionaries.
 
 
 
Mary Rockefeller is the "Be Florida Now Coordinator: Green Volusia Program." 
Assisted by our own Immediate Past President Joe Alemany, Mary show how our life styles are contributing to the polluting of our springs and drinking water.  She shared several programs and recommendations designed to reduce such pollutions caused by nitrogen, phosphorus, and storm drain runoff.
Be Floridian Now  Website      You will get a lot of important information from this website!
Trey Hannah, with Volusia County's Environmental Department was our Guest Speaker. Trey updated us on the Master Naturalist Program that was run for teachers this summer. The Rotary Clubs in West Volusia County will send  eight of our finest to learn about our Coast and the critters and creatures that live in the ocean, estuaries and rivers. Thank you Trey for your presentation. Seen below is Trey with President Bill.
 
It's always nice to welcome new members into our Club! Welcome Shannon Finley representing John Knox Village and Debbie Wright, Educator. We are excited to have you as members. Past District Governor Dr. Don Kanfer inducted these nice ladies into our Club.
Below from left to right are: Don Kanfer, Shannon Finley, President Bill Wright, and Debbie Wright.
 
Birding:  And everything else.
By Eli Schaperow
 
Eli Schaperow has loved and enjoyed what Mother Nature has put in front of him since he was a little boy.  About twelve years ago, he took a 4 session course on identifying birds and was inspired to actively seek out and learn about new bird species.
 
Eli demonstrated and explained the basics for observing and identifying birds, as well as other members of the natural world.   Eli showed some of the interesting birds and extraordinary scenery he's found across America.
 
 
It's always a good meeting when you are visited by the next generation of leaders. We welcomed our RYLA students to our meeting and heard all about their leadership weekend.   You know the world will be in good hands when they take over the reins of leadership.
 
 
Our Club paid for four students and Florida Hospital funded two more students. - Thank You Florida Hospital (Advent Health) -Fish Memorial.
RYLA this year was on June 24 for three days at Stetson University. The students attended University High School, Deltona High School, Trinity Christian Academy, and Pine Ridge High School. Florida Hospital funded two more students who attended the Health Academy at Pine Ridge High School.
 
On Saturday, AUGUST 11 from 11:45 A.M. to 3:45 P.M. we raised money for student dictionaries.
 
 
OUR TEAM:
 
Dan Daniels
Rachel Christian
Victor Ramos
Don Kanfer
Erika Benfield
 
All of the proceeds help us purchase 3,000 dictionaries which will be distributed to all third-grade students in 37 public and private schools in West Volusia. We could not do this without your help and greatly appreciated your participation.
 
Laura and Karen
DeLand Rotary Club
 
Bill Wright
 
"SERVICE ABOVE SELF"
 

Our Great Team
 
Wanna be a Rotary Hero? Our Club is always looking for a few good men and women to join us and be a hero. We meet Tuesday at 7:30 A.M. at the DeBary Golf & Country Club. The first breakfast is on us!
Dear Club Member,
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. 
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, www.DeBaryRotary.org 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. 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. You can even change your picture. If you change an email address and you don't notify me you will not be receiving the eBulletin. If you want something put on the website please contact Sherwood "Sher" Weisman at rotarysher@gmail.com .
 
Every year your Club sponsors a minimum of 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. The Board of Directors Meeting is held after the regular meeting on the first Tuesday of the month. Every member of our Club can attend our Board of Directors Meetings. If you need anything please contact me.
Thank You.
Brooke
This is the friendliest Rotary Club in the area ....
and soon female Rotarians will out-number the men
so if you want to serve your community and have fun, join this Club.

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.”  

We invite you to become a member of The Rotary Club of DeBary-Deltona-Orange City if you live or work in these cities, or surroundings communities. Besides supporting Rotary International's service projects and District 6970's service projects we have our own projects which benefit the students and residents of the Cities of DeBary, Deltona, and Orange City. You will meet great members in our club and make new, long-lasting friendships - and have fun!

 
Club Executives & Directors
President
Immediate Past President
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Sergeant-at-Arms
President Elect
Club Service
Community Service
Vocational Services
International Service
Public Relations
Membership
Program Chair
Pledge of Allegiance and Song Leader
Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE)
The Rotary Foundation
Executive Secretary
Interact Club at Trinity Christian Academy
Rotaract Club at Daytona State College
Youth Service
eBulletin Editor & Webmaster
 
 
Speakers
Rafael Ramirez
Nov 27, 2018
Halifax Health Deltona Update
NO MEETING -
Dec 04, 2018
ATTEND HOLIDAY ROTARY FELLOWSHIP PARTY AT ERICA AND PAUL'S HOME - LOOK FOR DETAILS IN "EVENTS" LIST.
Yvonne Levesque
Dec 11, 2018
Community Life Center Outreach Services - BRING CANNED GOODS
TBA
Dec 18, 2018
Linda Ryan
Jan 08, 2019
Cancer Survivor: 5K Race and her personal story
TBA
Jan 15, 2019
Mark Geallis
Jan 22, 2019
First Step Shelter
TBA
Jan 29, 2019
Liz Fields, Executive Director
Feb 05, 2019
Florida Rotary Camp Presentation
TBA
Feb 12, 2019
TBA
Feb 19, 2019
Keith Norden
Feb 26, 2019
Team Volusia
 
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