Rotary Club of
Crystal Lake


Volume 5 | Issue 27



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
Let's start 2022 out right!
6:30 a.m.
Country Inn and Suites
Club Assembly
Masks required per governor's mandate
except when eating or drinking
If you can't attend in person, here's the Zoom link:
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 854 6117 3172
Passcode: 853685
We have two openings for the '22-'23 
Charity Fund Board
Board of Directors
CFB BOD 22-'23 21-'22 20-'21 19-'20 18-'19 17-'18
Elected Member* Bill M Bill M Bill M Bill M Jim W Ryan Y
Elected Member* Connee M Connee M Greg A Tim S Tim S Matt H
Elected Member*   Sue DL Sue DL Sue DL Sue DL Mark M
Elected Member*   Laura F PennyJT  Penny JT Bill B Kate R
Imm Past Pres Karla S Jim W Matt H Dean S Dave B Kay S
President Elect Laura F Greg A Karla S Jim W Matt H Dean S
Comm Serv Chair Dean S Dean S Laura F Mary M Ryan Y Jim W
Is it your turn to step up?
Please contact Greg with questions, or to volunteer:


Multi Club Social
January 7th, 5:30 p.m.
Rush Creek Distilling
1501 W Diggins St
Harvard, IL
Dawnbreaker Board Meeting
Tuesday, January 11th
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 863 1603 7223
Passcode: 465763
Scholarship Committee Meeting
Wednesday, January 12th
7:30 a.m., following the club meeting
Zoom will also be available
We have openings on the Scholarship Committee
Contact Andy if you're interested
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 in-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.
Foundation Minute-Week 27
Global Grants-Making a Sustainable Change in the World
Rotary clubs worldwide use Global Grants to make long-term, sustainable improvements in the world.
Rotary clubs in Honduras and Pennsylvania, USA partnered together for a Global Grant to provide eye and vision care to needy residents in Honduras. During a 10-day long mission, Rotarians from both clubs worked to provide a wide variety of vision services through clinics held at local schools and neighborhoods. Over 1,200 individuals were evaluated and 600 received prescription eyeglasses. A local non-governmental organization will continue to provide eyeglasses and medications to those in need. 
Improved eyesight can translate into improved educational or occupational opportunities, contributing greatly to improved quality of life for these Honduran residents. 
Every Rotary club has the opportunity to change lives around the world with the help of The Rotary project at a time. 
How do we want to make an impact in the world? 
Coalition Multi-Club Social:  Jan 7th  5:30  Rush Creek Distilling
Dawnbreaker Zoom Board Meeting:  Jan 11th  5:30
Scholarship Committee Meeting:  Jan 12th  7:30 a.m.  Hybrid
Please add to your safe sender list or address book.
To view our privacy policy, click here.
102-2060 Winston Park Drive, Oakville, ON, L6H 5R7
Russell Hampton
ClubRunner Mobile