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Marble Falls Daybreak

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We meet Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
River City Grille
700 1st St
Marble Falls, TX  78654
United States
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Yes please ... September 23, 2917 
 
 

What is Daybreak Rotary of Marble Falls all about?

Children and education are two of the main areas where Daybreak shines. We have a special relationship with the Falls Career High School at MFISD, including them in most of our projects and making those students recipients of our scholarships. Abused and neglected children are another focus of Daybreak through our promotion of foster homes, an annual recognition of Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention month, and the annual Adoption Day.  Daybreakers are "hands on" with projects such as not only sponsoring but working at the Mustang Relays each year, putting on the entire Adoption Day event, and helping keep Rotary Field (ball fields) maintained and improved. 

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Galyn Woerner accepted a donation to CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of the Highland Lakes from Daybreak Rotary. Shown are Galyn and immediate Past-President Taylor Smith.
Youth Leadership Group sponsored by the Highland Lakes Family Crisis Center -- program for May 16.
Some occupations are just plain fishy. OK, that's corny, but it fits. Dr. Scott Walker explained the benefits of fish and related species.
Great programs make for a great start to Tuesday for Daybreakers.
Daybreak is mentoring scholarship recipients to leverage the value of their scholarships.
Necessity is the mother of all invention, and so it was in taming the Lower Colorado River. John Hofmann, Executive Vice-President - Water - for the LCRA gave Daybreakers a brief history of the dams and explanation of LCRA's water management.
Rotarians are no longer just a collection of old white guys talking business. #DaybreakRotaryMF is all about service and "doing stuff" and proper public relations will let the world know what we do.
#AmberScarborough #PatrickHarrison #1DistrictStrong 
A recent online article on the Bill Gates blog caught my attention about RI's participation in eradicating the world of the polio virus. His blog mentioned only the Global Polio Eradication Initiative  and not Rotary's PolioPlus and that led me to look up the GPEI. While at first I thought Gates and the GPEI were hijacking the role of Rotary, I was pleasantly surprised.
Mickey West Career Assets charitable fund seeks to aid the Highland Lakes workforce in achieving a career pathway.
Mr. K.R. Wood noted Texas musician and performer spoke to the Marble Falls Daybreak Rotary about his recent humanitarian trip to Tanzania  Africa. 
Judge Cheryl Pounds heads up the City of Marble Falls Teen Court, teaching more than just crime and punishment to the teenagers of Marble Falls.
 
 
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