Rotary Club
of Crystal Lake Dawnbreakers

Volume 1 | Issue 1

Welcome to the reincarnation of our weekly bulletin! I'm sure they're going to be a poor substitute for Kat's entertaining bulletins, but hopefully her life will settle down soon and she can take it over again!   In the meantime we'll try to keep everyone up-to-date on the happenings at our weekly meetings, and on all our Dawnbreaker activities.
Dawnbreaker 10/25 Meeting
Congratulations to Mary Miller-she won our Queen of Hearts drawing!                                                          
Angelina, our '16-'17 exchange student to Germany, gave a great presentation on her experiences.  Her host club district had 60 exchange students!  Some of her highlights included getting to tour Germany and visiting France.  Also attending our meeting was a potential outbound exchange student and her mom.  It had to be very helpful to hear of the types of opportunities that are available through this program.                              
We've been busy!
Last Saturday two teams of Dawnbreakers had fun volunteering for Habitat for Humanity. After a quick training session we started siding a house in Woodstock and by the end of the day it was almost finished.  A big thanks to Bill for getting this day arranged! 
Other Dawnbreakers attended the One Rotary Summit held at Harper College last Saturday morning (hence this bulletin)
Mark Your Calendars...
It's Coat-A-Kid time!   Our coat distribution nights will be Nov 11th, Nov. 18th, Dec 1st, and Dec 8th 4:30-6:30.  It helps to have Dawnbreakers there by 4:00, if possible, as people will be lined up early.  If you've volunteered to collect coats from a particular school please do so weekly.  Contact Jim with any questions.
December 2nd will be our Breakfast with Santa, held at the Fountains.  Sue K is in charge again so it's sure to be a lot of fun-all Dawnbreakers and Interactors are welcome to attend.  Our awesome Santa might even let you sit on his lap!  Wrapping for Breakfast with Santa will be Wednesday afternoon Nov 29th.  This is much more enjoyable than it sounds, as the Fountains residents help us.
December 2nd is also our Bell Ringing day for the Salvation Army, the sign-up will be available soon.
Perfect Bonfire weather this Friday! 
We have 37 people signed up for our Bonfire in Trout Valley and we still have room for more!   If you haven't signed up yet and would like to come contact Judy. 
Refer to Judy's earlier email for directions and be sure you have her cell phone number along just in case!  She understands that if any of us can't find our way back out of Trout Valley we will be staying at her house, so I'm sure she'll help us all find our way out.
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