Title Author Date
Service Goals for 2013-2014

Service Accomplishments for 2013-2014

Sheila Chavez, President

The Casa Grande Daybreak Rotary Club was organized in 2006 for the sole purpose of being of service to community. To this day, providing meaningful service continues to be the overriding foundation and focus of activity among club members.


  • Give Kids a Smile in Casa Grande and San Manuel
  • Neighbors United community clean up – in partnership with many community partners
  • Stanfield Holiday Project – partnership with Casa Grande Rotary
  • Back to School Supply Drive
  • Toy Gift Exchange Donations for Against Abuse and CG First Responders
  • NAU student Dental Sponsorship - Ongoing
  • Boys and Girls Club Scholarships for two youth
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA)sponsorships for youth
  • Mission Valley Clean-Up  Project
  • Market on the Move
  • Clyde’s backyard


  • Water, computer literacy and access, and home refurbishing in the Dominican Republic
  • Water project in Uganda (WASRAG)
  • School water and sanitation project in Tanzania (WASRAG)

The Rotary Foundation

  • Goals:  Annual Fund -- $1,800   Actual: $3,050  Polio Plus: $3,925
  • Paul Harris Fellows: 7; Benefactors: 1; Major Donors 1  -- Added 1 PHF
  • Every Rotarian Every Year – Actual: 71% participation
  • Rotary Foundation Areas of Focus Addressed Through Projects: Disease prevention and treatment, Water and Sanitation, Maternal and Child Health, Basic Education and Literacy, and Economic and Community Development


  • Goal:  Net 5 New Members Actual: 4
  • Prospective Member Informational Sessions, Club Brochure
  • New Member Orientation and Mentoring Program
  • All members engaged in club leadership and service activities
  • Membership leadership development program

Leadership Development

  • Encourage full participation in district activities, training opportunities and leadership
  • Engage every club member in committee work and service project leadership

Public Relations

  • Use club meetings as a vehicle to meet with collaborators and partners
  • Develop a YouTube recruitment video highlighting service projects

Club Administration

  • Hold Club Assemblies once a month
  • Publish club bulletins weekly
  • Update and expand the club website
  • Monthly “themed” potluck suppers and other fellowship and family of Rotary activities
Service Goals for 2013-2014 Robert Shogren 2013-08-16 00:00:00Z
Membership Questions and Answers For Perspective members

Questions and Answers for Perspective Members


Why join?

The Casa Grande Daybreak Rotary Club was chartered August 21, 2006, and is grounded in a founding principle of Rotary; to meet periodically to enjoy camaraderie and enlarge one’s circle of business and professional acquaintances.  As the oldest service club in the world, Rotary club members represent a cross-section of the people and professions of Casa Grande.

Club members have many opportunities to initiate and become involved with local and international humanitarian service.  These opportunities can address concerns such as health care, hunger, poverty, illiteracy and the environment.  Through involvement with service projects, Rotarians have a chance to experience one of Rotary’s highest objectives – building goodwill and peace throughout the world.


The 1.2 million members of the over 32,000 Rotary Clubs across the world also forge strong, enduring friendships, both local and international, as they join together to help address important humanitarian causes, truly demonstrating a motto of Rotary; Service Above Self.


Additionally, the Daybreak Rotary Club will support the work of Rotary through Paul Harris Fellowships, Polio Plus and will participate in other projects and functions at the district, national and international levels.


What is expected of members?

Active membership in Rotary means fully participating in the meetings, activities and projects of the club.   Active membership also means being willing to accept positions of leadership within the club and district..  Additionally, by Rotary International rule, members must always participate in at least 50% of the club meetings.  Additionally, Rotarians always have the privilege of making-up missed meetings by attending meetings of other Rotary Clubs.


When and where does the club meet?

The Casa Grande Daybreak Rotary Club meets on Wednesdays, at 7 a.m., at the Holiday Inn, 777 N. Pinal Avenue.


How can I become a member?

All prospective members are sponsored by current Daybreak members.  To find out more about the club, please attend a club meeting and talk with the club members.  If interested in becoming a member, complete the Membership Proposal Form with the assistance of your sponsoring member/Membership Chair and give the completed form to the Club Secretary.  Following, the Executive Committee and then the Daybreak Rotary members will vote on your proposed membership.  Afterwards, you are installed as a new member.


What can I expect to pay in dues?

Daybreak Rotary dues are $200 annually and include dues for Rotary International and Rotary District 5500, a subscription to the monthly Rotarian magazine.  Meeting breakfast costs are optional and not included in club dues.  For new members, there is an additional, one-time new member fee of $75.00.


What if I have additional questions?

If you have additional questions or would like more information, please contact Membership Chair Ken Waddill at kwaddill@amfam.com or (520) 836-7004

 New Member Proposal Form

Membership Questions and Answers For Perspective members Robert Shogren 2013-08-16 00:00:00Z
Pet drop-off area service project
We will be meeting at 7:00 AM on Saturday, the 30th of June to finish painting the animal drop-off area of the animal adoption center.
Pet drop-off area service project Charles Feezer 2012-06-20 00:00:00Z
No Meeting
There will be no meeting at the Holiday Inn of the Casa Grande Daybreak Rotary Club on Wednesday, the 27th of June, 2012. The club will meet that evening to install new club officers at 6:00 PM at Eva's on the corner of Kortsen and Pinal Ave.  The club will also be dark on the 4th of July so there will be no morning meeting that Wednesday morning.
No Meeting Charles Feezer 2012-06-20 00:00:00Z
Ethical Values
In addition to the four way test, Rotary has adopted the 6 pillars of character.
Ethical Values Charles Feezer
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Attendence Charles Feezer