San Luis Obispo Daybreak

   California, USA

Club Information

SLO Daybreak

Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 a.m.
Luna Red
1023 Chorro St.
SLO, CA  93401
United States
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P.O. Box 906
San Luis Obispo, CA 93406

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In the News
Mark your calendars for these club and district events coming up in 2018! For club activities, ask any one of the members of the board for information on club  events and service projects. For district activities, visit the Rotary District 5240 website for more details and to register for district events.
 
 
 
21st Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Monday, August 27
SLO Country Club
Contact Pat Arnold for more information
 
Board of Directors Meeting
Thursday, September 6
5:30pm
Coast Hills Credit Union
751 Marsh St.
Contact Dave Nilsen for details
 
Friday, September 14
4:30-7:30pm
Mission Plaza
Band: Moonshiner Collective
Contact Mike Alamo or Bill Almas for more information
 
Pints for Polio
Wednesday, October 24
More details to come, contact Dave Nilsen for more information
 
SLO Daybreak 20th Anniversary Gala
Saturday, October 27
SLO Country Club
More details to come! Contact Charlene Rosales for more information or to join the planning committee
 
5th Annual Rotary Club Campout
March 29-31, 2019
Paso Robles Wine Country RV Park
Check your email for details or contact Mike Alamo for more information - reserve your spot soon!
Visit the District 5240 website and get to know this year's District Governor, Sandi Schwartz, from the Rotary Club of Bakersfield East. Her role - like those of each individual club president throughout the district - is a big job. She will be overseeing our Rotary district's clubs, supporting their boards, providing strategic direction for the district and its staff and making a personal connection with each club through ongoing communication and visits to every single club within the district during the first half of the Rotary year. We look forward to the District Governor's visit to our our golf tournament on August 28 and her visit to our club on August 29! Following the club meeting there will be a brief Board of Directors meeting. Click here to learn more about this year's District Governor.
 
August is Membership & New Club Development month. Click here to read this month's newsletter.  Click here to read the District Rotary Foundation Newsletter. 
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Our Rotary club is part of a regional "district" comprised of over 70 clubs and 3,500+ members in four different counties - all interested in "Service Above Self" - from Paso Robles to Simi Valley to China Lake. Need to know what's happening in District 5240? Be sure to visit the district events calendar to be "in the know" with district-wide events, trainings and learning opportunities. There is so much more to Rotary beyond our club and participating in District 5240 activities is one way to broaden your knowledge and involvement in Rotary. Click here to find out more.

The goal of PRLS, begun in 1993, is to provide a set of training sessions where current and future Rotary leaders could learn to become more effective in their leadership roles.

The PRLS program offers practical training in professional circumstances that can benefit anyone on both a personal and professional level. Basic PRLS consists of a half day with three modules: Rotary Then and Now, Leadership & Leading a Meeting and Communications & Speaking in Public. This program was specifically developed to train individuals whose goals include a future leadership position in Rotary. They learn skills that will make them more effective in that role.

The subsequent sessions are carefully designed to improve individual leadership skills that are broad based and not just Rotary- specific. Participants have found substantial value in the many practical applications of information presented throughout the curriculum. The program's blend of curricular theory and practical application skills helps prepare students for success in any leadership role.

Click here to learn more and for the 2018 training schedule.

Club graduates of the Basic PRLS and Master PRLS  program include Mike Alamo, Bill Almas, Thom Brajkovich, Leslie Coe, Robin Dudley, Bob Harway, Berni Ann Lewis, John Mascarenas, Dave Nilsen, Charlene Rosales, Annie Shanks, Harry Sharp, Doug Shaw, Steve Sicanoff, Liz Summer and Linda Wilson. 
 
 
Speakers
Club Assembly
Aug 21, 2018
DARK - No Meeting
Sep 04, 2018
(Labor Day Holiday)
Remembering 9/11
Sep 11, 2018
Paying Tribute at Fire Station #1
Laura Freberg
Sep 18, 2018
Professor and Author
Member Craft Talks
Sep 25, 2018
Thom Brajkovich and Anne Cyr
Tim Gubbins
Oct 09, 2018
Caltrans District 5 Director
 
 
 
News
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A challenge to clean the world's riversIn 2009, Salvador Rico stood in the waters of the Russian River in Northern California with other members of the Rotary Club of South Ukiah. They were there for a river cleanup, during which they

Rotary partners with Mediators Beyond Borders

Rotary partners with Mediators Beyond Borders to bring local solutions for lasting peaceEVANSTON, Ill. (Aug. 17, 2018) — Preventing conflicts from escalating into violent crises is 60 times more cost effective than intervening after

Rotary gives millions in grants to fight polio 2018

Rotary announces US $96.5 million to end polioEVANSTON, Ill. (August 15, 2018) — Rotary today announced nearly $100 million in grants to support the global effort to end polio, a vaccine-preventable disease that once paralyzed hundreds of