The Griffin Daybreak Rotary Club is a breakfast club that was created on May 7, 1997.It was founded by a group of individuals, who felt Rotary was very important in our community, but were unable to meet during their lunch hour.Our club currently has 25 active members in all walks of life.We gather on a weekly basis for great programs and fellowship. On the second week of each month, we participate in either a club social or give back to our community through a service project.
The Four-Way Test is our guide to all we do:
While we may be small in size, we are committed to making a difference in our community.Each Rotary club has a common goal to DO GOOD in the community and the world. Our theme this year is “Rotary, Making a Difference”.I want to be a part of that difference.Don’t you?
Jackie M. Wilson
Griffin Daybreak Rotary President 2017/18
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|Apr 30, 2019||Rotary 110th convention brings world to Hamburg|
|Apr 29, 2019||Tunisian Interactors win 2018 Interact Video Awards|
|Apr 19, 2019||Highlights of 2019 Rotary Council on Legislation|
|Apr 10, 2019||Live updates from Council on Legislation 2019|
|Mar 26, 2019||Fluid approach to water|
|Mar 19, 2019||Profile Rotary member forms Roots of Peace to remove land mines|
|Mar 18, 2019||Putting power in hands of women|
|Mar 12, 2019||Turning teens away from crime|
Stories about Rotary as told by our membership.
I am a Charter Member of the Griffin Daybreak Rotary Club. My reason for joining Rotary was because of the many worthwhile projects they are involved in. They make an impact, not just in our community but throughout the world. It is so exciting to work with people that want to make a difference. Rotary has also brought me many new … [more]
Growing up my Father, Uncle, just about all their friends, and anyone of importance, anyone who made things happen in Griffin and the surrounding area were Rotarians. It was what you did. Back in the day, coat & tie was pretty much the dress code, along with the Rotary pin worn on the left lapel. The Rotary pin was as recognizable as Coke … [more]
Rotary has been a significant part of our lives for the last 20 years. My husband, William became a Rotarian in 1996 and served as President of his club for the 2005/2006 Rotary year. That involvement provided the opportunity to experience many Rotary functions with William, including several District Conferences. We also had the unique pleasure … [more]
Since 1985, Rotary has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the effort to rid the world of the polio virus. We are this close.