Rotary Club of
Crystal Lake


Volume 5 | Issue 30



Welcome to another issue of our weekly bulletin
We'll try to keep everyone up-to-date on our weekly meetings and all our Dawnbreaker activities.
We're not just Rotarians...we're Dawnbreakers!
Tomorrow Morning
Sleep In!
Tomorrow Night:
Meet at
CL Public Library
126 Paddock St
at 5:30
for a tour and to see the new Rotary bookmarks
then afterwards...???
Charity Fund Board Zoom Meeting
Next Monday
January 31st 

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 872 7119 0155
Passcode: 831527

Everyone Is Welcome to Zoom In!

The Dawnbreaker Pollinator Garden
We've joined a Multi-Club Grant
If this District approves the grant they will match our $500 for a Pollinator Garden at the

Some members have already privately donated to the club for this project since it wasn't anticipated in this year's budget.  Please consider joining them.         Contact Sue K. to help.

Rotary Rocks the Raue 2022
We need suggestions for a tribute band
and volunteers to assist


Our club will be using the
District PR Grant to place an order with
Each member can choose an item and have the club subsidize $25 of the price.  There's lots of clothes to choose from, and any "outward facing" item with the club name/logo should qualify.  "Outward facing" refers to any item designed for the public to see.
Shirts, hats, license plate frames, etc., qualify. 
Items for at-home or in-club use do not. 
Email me ( your item choice as we'll need to send everything in as one order, after district approval.
The Dawnbreakers will sponsor the
Crystal Lake Farmers Market in 2022
We are asking every Dawnbreaker to sign up for one 3-hour shift
Foundation Minute-Week 30
Foundation Global Grant Scholarships
Established in 1947, the original Ambassadorial Scholarship program was designed to further international understanding and friendly relations among people of different countries. With the launch of the Rotary Grants model, scholarships are now used to fund study by graduate students whose career goals support an area of focus. The funding is the same as a humanitarian global grant with a minimum scholarship amount of US$30,000. 
Upon returning home, Rotary Scholars share with Rotarians and others their experiences that led to a greater understanding of their host country, and what career they will go into in order to meet the seven areas of focus and spread good will and understanding. 
Do you know any students that you would like to nominate for a scholarship? 
No Morning Meeting:  January 25th
Library Tour (+Social):  January 25th
Charity Fund Board of Directors Meeting:  January 31st
District 6440 Grant Management Seminar:  Feb 5th  Zoom
Dawnbreaker Board Meeting:  Feb 8th  5:30 p.m.
Dawnbreaker New Member Social:  March 23rd
District 6440 Conference:  May 20-22nd  Grand Geneva
Rotary International Convention:  June 4-8th  Houston
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