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Rotary Club of Durango Daybreak
PO Box 4149
Durango, CO 81302
 
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About Durango Daybreak

When you start with Rotary, good things happen

Durango Daybreak

Durango Daybreak, The Hands On Club

We meet Wednesdays at 6:45 AM
Durango Recreation Center
2700 Main St.
Durango, CO  81301
United States
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RC Durango Daybreak, "The Hands on Club" is always looking for opportunities to make lives better.  Recently, an opportunity to create a playground for the children who visit Manna was discovered.

Redball, a fundraising event for the Durango Area Rotary Clubs, all culminates in less than a minute at Purgatory Ski Resort.
Manna Showcase Culinary Dinner is the final for the enrolled students.  Our club is the proud sponsor of one.

The Navajo Solar lights project provides an advanced solar light kit to homes on the Navajo Reservation that do not have electricity.  So far 42 homes have received 126 lights with solar panels, wiring and cell phone charging capabilities.  This was done on three separate installations on Black Mesa, in Monument Valley and at Navajo Mountain/Piute Mesa.  For information on the project, or information on how to donate, please contact our community service committee at the following email address service@durangodaybreakrotary.org.

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In June 2013 eight Rotarians from The Rotary Club of Durango Daybreak in District 5470 traveled to Nepal to help install 165 Solar light kits along The Great Himalayan trail in Humla, Nepal for tea house entrepreneurs. This is one of the poorest regions of the trail if not in all of Nepal. The club worked with the Nepal Trust, a Scottish NGO with long standing ties to Rotary, to organize the project. The partner club in Nepal was the Rotary Club Bagmati, Nepal District 3292. Take a tour of the photos by following this link.  Learn what an adventure our trekkers had.

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martha mason
Dec 20, 2017
SW center for disabilities
Riche and all
Jan 03, 2018
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Jan 10, 2018
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