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). The club is meeting at the SIUC Student Center in the Cambria Room. Park in the parking lot directly across Lincoln Drive from the Student Center. Park near the crosswalk that leads to the front door or the crosswalk that leads to the south entrance of the building (see the Google map). It is a visitors parking lot with metered parking but don't feed the meter.
If you have parked near the front door, cross Lincoln Drive, put on your mask, and go in the front door. Once you enter the building, go down the ramp, past Starbucks and take a left at a cross-hallway. Go to the end of the hall at the south end of the Student Center and take a right directly past a set of escalators. Walk through the Renaissance Room to the southwest corner and into the Cambria Room.
Alternatively, park at the south end of the parking lot, cross Lincoln Drive at the south crosswalk, and follow the sidewalk to the south entrance to the building. Put on your mask, walk through the entrance into the Art Gallery at the south end of the building, take an immediate left and walk in front of the escalators. Continue walking straight through the Renaissance Room to southwest corner and into the Cambria Room.
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 Children Project, Nigeria Medical Mission, and Worldwide Polio Eradication Program.
Rotary serves people in many ways. For example, here is an essay written by a young woman we have served and encouraged.