Cocoa Beach Daybreak Rotary
Cocoa Beach Daybreak Rotary Club was chartered on May 10, 2004 to provide a morning club for Rotarians who found lunchtime meetings inconvenient or impossible. Since then, the club has become a distinguished, active service club with local educational programs such as Josh the Baby Otter water safety programs for Kindergarteners, dictionaries for third graders, Rotary Youth Leadership Assemblies for teenagers; and an international water, sanitation, and hygiene program in cooperation with Pure Water for the World in Honduras. In 2015 we added support for the Dominghia Health Clinic in the Republic of Guinea. Several of our members are overseas and participate in our weekly meetings via Skype, as do visitors to the club.