San Luis Obispo Daybreak

   California, USA

Club Information
SLO Daybreak

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
Hoagies Restaurant
1234 Monterey Street
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
United States of America
Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 a.m.
Our Mailing Address
P.O. Box 906
San Luis Obispo, CA 93406
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect Nominee
Immediate Past President
The Rotary Foundation
Community Service
International Service
Youth Service
Club Administration
Public Relations
Teacher Grants Chair
Community Awards Chair
Student Scholarships Chair
In the News
SLO Daybreak continues to offer its members, guests and friends of Rotary the opportunity to join us for our weekly meetings either online or in person. Fellowship and breakfast takes place from 7-7:30am, club business and guest speakers from 7:30-8:30am. Please contact Membership Director, Mike Alamo with any questions or if you need the Zoom link. 
Rotary International Convention
June 4-8, 2022
Houston, TX
Click here for more information
Joint (2022/2023) Board of Directors Meeting
Monday, June 13
Zoom/American Riviera Bank
Contact Eric Griffith for more information and the Zoom link
Members are always welcome to attend
Community Service with the SLO Food Bank
Thursday, June 16
Contact Berni Ann Lewis for more information
Drive Thru BBQ Fundraiser
Friday, June 17
All day, meal pick ups begin at 4:30pm
Contact Todd Huebler for more information
President Eric's Step Down Party
Sunday, June 26
More details and an invitation to come!
May is Youth Service Month! We look forward to hearing on May 17 from our 2022 high school Student Scholarship recipients and the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) attendees. Read District Governor Moldovan's monthly message which includes news on the Rotary Foundation's goals to support Polio Eradication, the Rotary International Convention in June, and District 5240's contributions to relief in Ukraine. Click here
SLO Daybreak extends its appreciation to our local nonprofit community for all the good work that is done for children, families and senior citizens in the city of San Luis Obispo. We are proud to have awarded a total of $6,000 to the following programs through our annual Community Awards, made possible by our fundraisers and club endowment:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of SLO County - mentoring at Pacheco Elementary
Community Action Partnership of SLO County's 40 Prado - stackable washer and dryer
First Tee Central Coast - financial aid
Lumina Alliance - HVAC unit 
SLO4Home - support for refugee relocation
San Luis Obispo Noor Foundation, diagnostic and medical support program
Since our club was chartered in 1998, supporting quality education and the opportunities it affords has been a focus for our fundraising and philanthropic giving. Believing that education for young people is foundational to the success of our local and global communities, SLO Daybreak has provided grants teachers in San Luis Obispo to support their efforts in educating their students.
The following schools and their programs are the recipients of a total of nearly $4,000 in micro-grants and we thank our local teachers for all they do:
Laguna Middle School8Student Garden Work
Hawthorne ElementaryPre-SchoolSmall World Play
Laguna Middle School8Manual Mill/Machining
Pacific Beach High School12Art Experience
Pacific Beach High School12Sewing Materials
SLO High School9-12/ESLCreate/Publish Picture Books
SLO High School9-12/ASLSupplemental ASL materials
SLO High School12Spanish Culture Field Trip
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The Rotary Club of SLO Daybreak is proud to have awarded scholarships this year to students graduating from high school in San Luis Obispo. $4,650 in funds for our scholarship program were raised through our annual club fundraisers and with the support of our generous sponsor of the $3,000 Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Scholarship, Chevron. Congratulations to the Class of 2021! The following are this year's recipients and their areas of higher education study: 
Pacific Beach High School:
Margaret Eva Adams - Early childhood education
Melody Goldiner - Music
Vivian Swenson-Ruiz - Undecided
San Luis Obispo High School:
Courtney Bloomstine - Business and entrepreneurship
Sadie LaChapelle - Environmental science
Aidan Stamford - Economics, finance, or business administration
San Luis Obispo High School (STEM Scholarships sponsored by Chevron):
Lizette Crooks - Software engineering, computer engineering, computer science
Ved Kenjale - Physics and math
Lucia Landeros - Engineering and economics
DARK - No Meeting
May 31, 2022
Memorial Day Holiday
Vocational Tour
Jun 14, 2022
Central Coast Veterans Memorial Museum
Doug Carscaden, Ranger Service Supervisor
Jun 21, 2022
City of SLO Open Spaces and Trails
DARK - No Meeting
Jun 28, 2022
End of the Rotary Year Celebration
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