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Welcome to The Rotary Club of Port Orange-South Daytona!

Port Orange-South Daytona

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
Riverside Pavilion
3431 S. Ridgewood Ave.
Port Orange, FL  32129
United States
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The Rotary Club of
Port Orange-South Daytona
PO Box 290011
Port Orange, FL 32129
The Club has many activities coming up--be sure to check the posdrotary.org website and sign up.  There will be a New Member Orientation on Thursday, March 22 from 5:30 to 7:15 p.m.  The Low Country Boil is March 24 and Jim and Sharron Ward's home--tickets are $25 each, children 6 to 12 are $10 and under 6 are free.  Teams, sponsors and raffle items are needed for the Golf Tournament--please help with this important event!
Ken Burgman and Chad Hazen were recognized for their commitment to the Rotary Foundation Paul Harris Society.
Remember to sign up for the Low Country Boil at Jim and Sharon Ward's home, coming up March 26, 2017.  Mark you calendar for the Induction Banquet at the Riverside Pavilion on June 29.  Members are free and guests are $25.  The golf tournament is April 21, so the next day to bring in booze for door prizes is Tuesday, March 13.  Please help get more donations for the raffle baskets, and golfers and sponsors are needed as well.   
It is flu season and we have some members who are traveling so attendance was light, however we welcomed several visiting Rotarians and visitors.  Dr. Martin brought Palmer Graduate Dr. Nicolle Schuttel from Tortola, British Virgin Islands.  Her home, Rotary Club and chiropractic practice were wiped out by Hurricane Irma followed by Hurricane Maria, so she is visiting until she can get re-established.  We welcome her and wish her the best.  The club is gearing up for the annual Golf Tournament on Saturday, April 21 and the Riverfest on the Halifax May 4-6.  Many volunteers and sponsors are needed for these important events.
Greeters and Programs
Greeter: Joanne Larmon
Mar 20, 2018
Front Table: Claudia Gosline & Josh Gray
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