Rotary Club of DeBary-Deltona-Orange City

 
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Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:30 AM
DeBary Golf & Country Club
300 Plantation Club Drive
DeBary, FL  32713
United States
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Club Honorary Members Margret and Klaus Diegritz met in Munich recently to be with their son and daughter-in-law.
District Governor Jeanette Loftus' official club visit was on July 10.  She was accompanied by our new Area District Governor Harper Hill. 
 
Club President Bill Wright introduced our new District Governor Jeanette Loftus.
 
 
 
 
 
She dances, she acts, she sings - a triple threat as they say.    
It's our J Lo  ........ Jeanette Loftus.
Jeanette lives in Palm Coast and is a member of the Rotary Club of Flagler County.
 
 
For information about Jeanette Click Here.
“Be The Inspiration.”
The Rotary Club of DeBary-Deltona-Orange City is part of a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.  It’s a gathering of public servants committed to “Service Above Self.”  Congratulations to our new President, Bill Wright and President Elect Erika Benfield. I look forward to serving our community by your side.
It was a full house as President Joe Alemany handed off the reins of the Club to incoming President Bill Wright.
Ruben
 
Past District 6970 Governor and Club Member Dr. Don Kanfer inducted the officers for the 2018-2019 Rotary Year.
 
Presenting our 2018-2019 Officers: Bob McFall (Treasurer), Brooke Boltz (Secretary), Erika Benfield (President-Elect), and Bill Wright (President).
 
Incoming President Bill Wright receives his President's Pin. Bill's wife Debbie does the honors.
 
AHHHHHH!
 
Full house for our Annual Installation Banquet.
 
Thank You Pam for your work with the Interact Club at Trinity Christian Academy.
 
Club Member and Scoutmaster Michael Davy, and his son are our Boy Scout heroes. A Club contribution was made in their name to the troop.
 
Our YMCA is a special place. A Club contribution was made to help continue the good work of the Y.
 
President Joe Presented the John Carpenter "Spirit of Rotary" Award to the Gateway Center for the Arts for all they have done to enrich our community.
 
A check for $1,000.00 was presented to the Gateway Center for the Arts to help them continue their good community work.
 
Our Club presented Lainey Song-Grant from University High School with a $500.00 scholarship for her college studies.
 
Treasurer Bob McFall was awarded the Lloyd Larson "Service Above Self" Award for his outstanding Club and community service.
 
A contribution to the Rotary Foundation in the form of a Paul Harris Fellow was given to Bob as part of his recognition with the Lloyd Larson "Service Above Self" Award.
 
Pat Northey, Immediate Past President, was given the 2007-2008 Presidential Award for her work on the Executive Board and with President Joe.
Congratulations Pat!
 
New President Bill Wright takes the gavel and gives his incoming address.
 
President Bill Wright supports the CART Program (Coins For Alzheimer's Research Trust).
 
Treasurer Bob McFall is the first to make a donation in the new Rotary Year.
 
 
William Wright was born in Lansing, Michigan, but grew up in St. Petersburg, Florida. He met his wife Debbie in study hall at Northeast High School. They have been happily married for thirty years and have four married children, Jarrod, Amy, Sarah, and Andrea. They have blessed him with seven grandchildren, or as he likes to say "seven excuses for his wife to leave him."
 
Beginning at his father's bench at age fifteen, Bill has been working in the field of prosthetics. He received his certification in 1971 from Delgado in New Orleans. After he officially retired two years ago Bill started a new business as a home inspector. This new endeavor allows him to be his own boss, helps him keep in touch with the happenings in Volusia County and gets him out of Debbie's hair a couple of days a week.
 
Since 2002 Bill has been a Rotarian. Not just a member, but an active member. His initiation began with the DeLand Luncheon Rotary where he was one of four Rotarians that started the Dictionary Project and Bowling for Literacy. Bill also started the DeLand High School Interact Club and hosted three Rotary Youth Exchange students!
 
Bill has since served in six other Rotary Clubs. He also started the Dictionary Project in the Rotary Club of Hoover, Alabama, and in the Rotary Club of Winter Park, Florida. While a member of Winter Park Rotary, Bill started  a relationship with Kilarney Elementary School and began the Weekend Backpack Program that supplied food for children that might not get a weekend meal. He carried that program to the Rotary Club of Cape Henry in Virginia Beach, Virginia. From the Rotary Club of Richland, Pennsylvania Bill brought us Adopt-a-Road.
 
In all Bill has served in eight Rotary Clubs. He has been the recipient of two Paul Harris Fellow Awards and three Rotarian of the Year Awards. Bill looks forward to serving the Rotary Club of DeBary-Deltona-Orange City as President, improving our communities, and growing with the Club.
 
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

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Dennis Robinson who was President of this club during the 2011-2012 Rotary Year has been appointed Dean of the Harrison College of Graduate Studies at Southwestern Assemblies of God University, in Dallas, Texas. He has been Headmaster of Trinity Christian Academy, in Deltona for many years. He started our club's first Interact Club. He has been a very good educator and a great leader of our club. We wish you well Dennis in your new chapter of your life.
 
At Dennis' Installation Banquet on June 10, 2011. 
Dennis, we thank you for your vision, friendship, and leadership.
 
 
What a surprise for our very own Pat Northey when she was interviewed for information about the trails in Volusia County. They put her picture on the cover! The picture was taken along one of New Smyrna Beach's trails. Pat was honored to be on the cover and have much of her Volusia County Council work acknowledged.
 
Click above Link then click on arrow to the right of Pat's picture until you get to her article.
 
Erika Benfield at VFW Auxiliary Post 8093. Erika said that with great honor we greeted honorably discharged veterans alongside our Governor Rick Scott, - Governor's Service Medal, thanking them for their service.
 
 
Our troop is only 5 years old so not much of a history. But what history we have is a lifetime for some scouts. We have a Facebook page.
Michael Davy
Scoutmaster
Troop 565
S4-83-14-2
As the tree is bent so does it grow.
How easier it is to bend a young sprout than a full grown oak.
 
 
 
 
 
Erika Benfield says on her Facebook page that her "aha" moment was when a young lady spoke about her experience with Rotary. This young lady was sponsored to attend RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) in 1999 by our club. She is a Rotarian and Executive Director of RYLA today! Debra and Joe were also there.
 
 
 
 
Our Club is paying for four students and Florida Hospital is funding two more students. - Thank You Florida Hospital-Fish Memorial.
This is a great opportunity for a student to be selected to attend RYLA from June 24 - July at Stetson University. The students attend University High School, Deltona High School, Trinity Christian Academy, and Pine Ridge High School. Florida Hospital funded two more students who attend the Health Academy at Pine Ridge High School.
 
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!

 
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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
Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE)
The Rotary Foundation
Executive Secretary
Interact Club at Trinity Christian Academy
Interact Club at University High School
Rotaract Club at Daytona State College
Youth Service
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Speakers
Steve Burk
Jul 24, 2018
Attorney running for County Court Judge
Ryan Will, Assistant State Attorney
Aug 07, 2018
Crime in Volusia County
Rob Deininger, C.E.O.,
Aug 14, 2018
Florida Hospital Fish Memorial / Hospital Update
TBA
Aug 21, 2018
Tony Hernandez, Fundraising Coordinator
Aug 28, 2018
ASD Achievement Center (Asperger's Syndrome)
TBA
Sep 04, 2018
TBA
Sep 11, 2018
Trey Hannah, County Environmental Management
Sep 18, 2018
Update on the Master Naturalist Program
 
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