The Rotary Club of Carbondale-Breakfast
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Marcia presents a check to Diane for St Francis Care

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RCC-B President Tessie receives banner from DG Matthews

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The Pumpkin Race is off and rolling

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Rotarians and daughters build pumpkin racers

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An Olympian smashes pumpkins

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The crowd watches the races

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Greg Kupiec inducted as a Rotarian

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Keep Carbondale Beautiful

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Third grader happy with her new dictionary

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Happy to have a new dictionary

Rotary Foundation
Organizer: Aur Beck
Speakers
  • November 1
    Karissa Mooney
    The District Conference
  • November 8
    Business Meeting
  • November 15
    Jack Langowski
    The Importance of Giving to The Rotary Foundation
  • November 22
    Fran Becque
    District Grants by RCC-B
  • November 29
    Fifth Tuesday Social
Events
  • November 4 & 5, 2016
    District Conference


When and where do we meet?

Visitors are always welcome. The Rotary Club of Carbondale-Breakfast meets every Tuesday morning at 7 a.m. (call to order occurs at 7:10) in the Gallery at The Varsity Center for the Arts in downtown Carbondale, Illinois.  Coffee is available; however, no meal is served. Here is a street map.  Ample parking is available in two locations across the street to the east: (1) in the metered parking lot south of the Amtrak Station and (2) diagonally from the Varsity Center in the parking lot immediately south of the metered lot. Also, a few parking spaces are available along the street.

COME JOIN US -- The Rotary Club of Carbondale-Breakfast is an active service club in the city of Carbondale, Illinois. Carbondale is also the home of Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Our club believes in "hands-on" service projects. A few of the community organizations we have supported in recent years are: Black Diamond Ranch, Carbondale Police Department, the Carbondale Boys and Girls Club, the Women's Center, and Carbondale Community High School. We also support international projects, such as, the Belize Crippled Children Project, Nigeria Medical Mission, and Worldwide Polio Eradication Program.

Rotary 2016-2017 Theme

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Rotary serves people in many ways. For example, here is an essay written by a young woman we have served and encouraged.


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