Rotary Club of
Crystal Lake


Volume 3 | Issue 13



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.
Sleep in!
Instead we'll meet 
in the dining area at
105 NW Hwy
at 5:30 p.m.
You will be able to
support our
CLC Interact Club
by signing up for
Pink-Out Shirts
(so bring $$$)
When you're driving on Rakow Road
be sure to admire the fine work
of the Dawnbreaker
Road Cleanup Crew!
Please reply to Karla ASAP
concerning our 
Bonfire at Trout Valley!
Nov. 2nd, 9th, or 16th?
It's always a great time
(great food, too)
This Saturday is your last chance this year
to get in on the fun at the Farmer's Market!
Stop by our table
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Last week our
Charity Fund Board 
voted to give $1,000
to sponsor
People In Need Forum
For more information about this worthwhile event:
Volunteer Opportunity:
Help out Home of the Sparrow at Fall Diddley
October 12-13th
What happens when a community’s employers cannot find job candidates with the needed skills for the available positions; when applicants lack the relevant work experience, and lack the requisite technical and occupational skills; when job seekers lack educational credentials or the personal work habits to succeed?
A collaboration between local businesses, Harper College, and Schaumburg’s social service agencies was formed to address a problem which affected a number of nearby communities. A global grant was initiated by the Schaumburg – Hoffman Estates Rotary Club, with the participation of several clubs in District 3261 in Taiwan, which was matched by Rotary International. Through their local connections, this $80,000 global grant is funding scholarships, counseling and job-readiness skill development.
Through this joint effort, underemployed and unemployed adults 24 years and older and in financial distress now have access to job-related training tuition free. Scholarship recipients are now able to compete for local jobs with better salaries and benefits, they can support their families, be role models for their children, and strengthen financial and educational opportunities for future generations.
No Morning Meeting:  Sept 25th
Evening Meeting:  Sept 25th  5:30  Mariano's
Board Meeting:  Oct 2nd or 3rd
Fall Training:  Oct 19th  Harper College
Fall RYLA:  Nov 14-17th
District 6440 Youth Assembly:  Nov 23rd
Dawnbreakers at CL Food Pantry:  Nov 30th
Wrapping for Breakfast with Santa:  Dec 4th
Breakfast with Santa:  Dec 7th
Bell Ringing for Salvation Army:  Dec 14th
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