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The Rotary Club of
Edmonds Daybreakers
 

Founded in 1996, the Rotary Club of Edmonds Daybreakers is an organization of local community and business leaders focused making a difference by serving the the citizens of our city and the world. Our primary avenues of service include:

 
 

 
You see Daybreakers everyday around Edmonds in their shops, offices, homes and community centers.  In addtion, you can often see us volunteering om many  local service projects from helping stock and sort food at the food bank to mentoring students at our local schools to cleaning litter from our roads.
 

We encourage you to join us for a breakfast meeting, at any one of our events, or contact us with any questions you may have.


President
(206) 910-1439

Maryellen Young, Membership Chair
(425) 776-2461
 
Meetings
Tuesdays, 7:00am
Edmonds Yacht Club

326 Admiral Way
Edmonds, WA 98020
 


News / Articles

Edmonds Jazz Connection Announces Lineup of Vocal Jazz Performers

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

The Rotary Club of Edmonds Daybreakers is pleased to welcome the following Vocal Jazz Ensembles to perform at the Edmonds Jazz Connection on Saturday, May 28th:


Vocal Jazz Ensembles:

  • Edmonds Community College's Soundsation

  • Cascade High School*

  • Edmonds Woodway High School*

  • Mariner High School's "Avant Blues"

  • Meadowdale High School*

  • Shorewood High School's "After Hours"

For more information on these performances including a schedule of performance times, please visit www.JazzConnection.org.



The 2011 Edmonds Jazz Connection is a community music festival that showcases the talents of our local student musicians while raising funds to support school music programs and scholarships for students pursuing music in their college education.  EJC 2011 is hosted by the Rotary Club of Edmonds Daybreakers with major funding support from the Hazel Miller Foundation, and our EJC Benefactors, Patrons, Supporters and Volunteers.  To learn more about supporting this event, please visit www.JazzConnection.org and click on ‘Edmonds Jazz Connection’ then ‘Become  A Patron’.

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