Many thanks to our wonderful speakers that we have had so far this Rotary year:
- Art Wood
- District Governor Tom Wagner
- Tray Towles
- Club Assembly
- Mike Herr
- Debi Brightwell
- Bill McDaniel
- Amber Jurgensen
- Courtland Corbino
- Honorable Dennis Ross
- Karen Hurst and
- Julio Santana

October 12 - State Representative Dan Raulerson

October 19 - Karen Berry, Publisher of In the Field and Plant City Times & Observer

October 26 - Bruce Rodwell's program

Plant City Daybreak Rotary Club

Plant City Daybreak Rotary Club, Plant City, Florida----Please visit us on ouR facebook page also---Plant City Daybreak Rotary Club

Welcome to our Plant City Daybreak Rotary organization. We have been serving the Plant City community since 1990. Our organization is committed to the Rotary 4-Way Test and the enhancement of community services.  Our Club has over 20 members who represent all areas of our business and social community drawing on each member's skills to promote Rotary, and our community's goals.   Our member support our organization through regular participation in activities, meetings, and civic contributions.  Please join us to get your week started off on a good/great foot!  Our (SFBH's) breakfast buffet is the best!  And we have great informational programs to boot.  Looking forward to seeing you soon.  Thanks for visiting our website.

Winter Strawberry Capital
Walden Lake Car Wash donating their facility with volunteers, students, foodbank volunteers, Rotarians and Lions.  Monies collected will benefit our local Food Bank
2015 Country Cracker Feast

Mark your calendars for October 23, 2015

Select adult beverages
Delicious southern-crafted menu Items
Silent Auction
Gift  Tree raffle
Live Music
$75 per person

A Great Evening with Family and Friends
to benefit our own United Food Bank and many
other worthy charitable Plant City organizations.

Colonel Dan Orrico and his "new member companion"
$35,000 check received by Unity in the Community from Plant City Daybreak Rotary.
Rotary 4-Way Test

1. Is it the Truth?

2. Is it fair to all concerned?

3. Will it build goodwill and better friendships?

4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

Rotary International
Sakuji Tauaka, Thailand- President
One Rotary Center
1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston, Ill.

Tomlim students enjoying Tomlin Pride Day.

Past Presidents Karen and Rob "working hard" at Tomlin Pride.

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