2023 St. Joseph Sounds Flat Classic – Fishing Tournament

           

October 13 @ 7:00 am – 12:00 pm

The St. Joseph Sound Flats Classic pairs experienced captains with local business leaders, companies, sponsors, and individuals for an exciting day of catch-and-release fishing and fun while supporting the charities of the Rotary Club of Dunedin and Dunedin Boat Club.

The competition kicks off with a silent and live auction during the cocktail hour and dinner. Additional tickets are available for purchase for those guests who choose not to fish.

On Friday morning, anglers will board their flats boats captained by a professional fishing guide and set out on the St. Joseph Sound. It’s worry-free fishing for you and your friends or clients. Fishing licenses are not required, and each vessel is fully stocked with the following:

Fishing tackle and baitBeverages and food, Tips, and instruction for new anglers, Help reel in the big one!

2023 St. Joseph Sound Flats Classic – Dinner and Live Auction

         

Participating in the St. Joseph Sound Flats Classic makes you an integral part of our mission to empower and improve lives. Your support will provide vital grants to local charity organizations, ensuring that their impactful work continues to make a difference. Join us for the auction on 10/12/2023 and be a catalyst for change.

You must have purchased a ticket to attend.

2023 St. Joseph Sounds Flat Classic – Fishing Tournament

          

The St. Joseph Sound Flats Classic pairs experienced captains with local business leaders, companies, sponsors, and individuals for an exciting day of catch-and-release fishing and fun while supporting the charities of the Rotary Club of Dunedin and Dunedin Boat Club.

The competition kicks off with a silent and live auction during the cocktail hour and dinner. Additional tickets are available for purchase for those guests who choose not to fish.

On Friday morning, anglers will board their flats boats captained by a professional fishing guide and set out on the St. Joseph Sound. It’s worry-free fishing for you and your friends or clients. Fishing licenses are not required, and each vessel is fully stocked with the following:

Fishing tackle and baitBeverages and food, Tips, and instruction for new anglers, Help reel in the big one!

29th Annual Ride & Run With The Stars

Last year thanks to you, Ride & Run With The Stars was able to help 217 families and 539 children. This year, we’re hoping to help even more!

Be a part of the holiday magic and register for Ride & Run With The Stars today!

Ride & Run With The Stars will be on Saturday, December 3rd, at North Beach in Fort De Soto Park.

A new location means new race routes and even more fun for the whole family!

To see this year’s routes, click here.

To register visit: https://www.rideandrunwiththestars.com/event-sign-up/

If you’re unable to attend this year’s event but still want to contribute to the holiday magic here are some ways to help:

Become a Sponsor or Make a Donation

To view sponsorship levels or to make an online donation visit: https://www.rideandrunwiththestars.com/event-sign-up/

To mail in a donation make checks payable to:

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office (RRWTS in the memo line)

P.O. Drawer 2500

Largo, FL 33779

Donate to the Silent Auction

To donate to our silent auction, contact Verliz Williams at 727-582-6238 or vwilliams@pcsonet.com.

Please note: We kindly ask that any donated items be new and unwrapped. Items that appear to be used will not be accepted.

Sponsor a Family

For more information or to sponsor a family contact Sandra Garcia-Olivares at 727-582-6465 or sgarcia-olivares@pcsonet.com.

Dunedin Triathlon May 22

Rotary Club of Dunedin

Dunedin Triathlon

May 22, 2022 | Honeymoon Island

The Dunedin Triathlon has been one of Florida’s most desired and favorite sprint distance triathlons since its launch in 2003. The venue, Honeymoon Island State Park, has repeatedly been named on the top beaches and travel destinations worldwide. Click here to sign up!

Cycle to Save Lives May 2

Cycle To Save Lives

May 2, 2022 | Pinellas Trail

Cycle to Save Lives is for all types of riders, competitive and casual. This annual event is hosted as a collaborative effort of Rotarians and Clubs throughout Rotary District 6950. Come as a peloton or come as a family. Join friends on the Pinellas Trail as we raise money to eradicate Polio, and help provide critical infrastructure for vaccine distribution throughout the world. Click here to register.

DUNEDIN PEACE POLE DEDICATION CEREMONY

Join us to promote world peace from the ground up!

Feb 23, 2022 

Rotary has a long history of promoting peace and addressing the underlying causes of conflict around the world. This initiative serves as a partnership between the City of Dunedin and our three Dunedin Rotary clubs to continue this tradition.

The beacon will serve as a promise that we do our part to keep the project’s message, “May Peace Prevail on Earth,” alive and well.

Location Details:

Dunedin Community Center – Highlander Park

February 23rd | 6:00pm

1920 Pinehurst Rd

Dunedin, FL 34698

 

Dunedin Peace Pole Dedication Ceremony

Join us to promote world peace from the ground up!

Rotary has a long history of promoting peace and addressing the underlying causes of conflict around the world. This initiative serves as a partnership between the City of Dunedin and our three Dunedin Rotary clubs to continue this tradition.

The beacon will serve as a promise that we do our part to keep the project’s message, “May Peace Prevail on Earth,” alive and well.

 

Dunedin Triathlon October 10

The Dunedin Triathlon will be held October 10 at Honeymoon Island State Park.

The Dunedin Triathlon has been one of Florida’s most desired and favorite sprint distance triathlons since its launch in 2003.  The venue, Honeymoon Island State Park, has repeatedly been named on the top beaches and travel destinations worldwide.

All proceeds go back to the local community through the Rotary Club of Dunedin! All funds raised for the event benefit the local Dunedin community to serve the needy, students, scholarships, and the homeless. Dunedin Rotary also leverages the international power of the Rotary International, the collective leadership and expertise of our 1.2 million members helps us tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges, locally and globally. Common values and vision unite us for the future as we sharpen our focus with targeted specific causes that will reach communities most in need.

Go to our website for additional information or to submit questions.

The Rotary Club of Dunedin Casino Night March 27

The Rotary Club of Dunedin Casino Night
March 27, 2020
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m
Dunedin Fine Art Center
1143 Michigan Blvd.
Dunedin, FL 34698

Casino Night includes the following – casino games run by a professional company, music, and DJ, food (by Chef Davis), fun and libations.

Ticket sales are limited to the first 300, so please buy your tickets earlier!

Rotarians are dedicated to Service, and the Rotary Club of Dunedin raises $25,000 to $30,000 a year for charitable giving for the good of our local citizens in the form of Scholarships for Dunedin High School seniors and Grants to local 501(c)3 organizations. Our Grants Committee meets three times a year and typically donates $6,000 each term (3 to 6 grants).  The Scholarship Committee meets once a year to give scholarships to deserving DHS students, through the Pinellas Education Foundation.   In addition to these local donations, we also give to international projects around the world and to eradicate Polio worldwide.

The Rotary Club of Dunedin is asking you to become a sponsor, Corporate or Individual, for our Rotary Casino Night.100% of the proceeds (after expenses) will be used for charitable giving in Dunedin.

Rotary Club Of Dunedin – Rotary Casino Night

Casino Night includes the following – casino games run by a professional company, music, and DJ, food (by Chef Davis), fun and libations.

Ticket sales are limited to the first 300, so please buy your tickets early.

Rotarians are dedicated to Service and the Rotary Club of Dunedin raises $25,000 to $30,000 a year for charitable giving for the good of our local citizens in the form of Scholarships for Dunedin High School seniors and Grants to local 501(c)3 organizations. Our Grants Committee meets three times a year and typically donates $6,000 each term (3 to 6 grants).  The Scholarship Committee meets once a year to give scholarships to deserving DHS students, through the Pinellas Education Foundation.   In addition to these local donations, we also give to international projects around the world and to eradicate Polio worldwide.

On behalf of the Rotary Club of Dunedin, I am asking you to help us raise these funds by becoming a CASINO Sponsor. 100% of the proceeds (after expenses) will be used for charitable giving in Dunedin.

The Rotary Club of Dunedin is asking you to become a sponsor, Corporate or Individual, for our Rotary Casino Night.

2020 The Dunedin Rotary Honeymoon Island Triathlon – Canceled

The Dunedin Rotary Triathlon is held on Honeymoon Island which is known to be one of the most picturesque beaches in the United States.  The city of Dunedin and this lovely state park welcomes the athletes with open arms and embraces this triathlon event.  You will find beautiful beaches, a closed bike course to maximize speed, and a partially shaded, well-marked run course through the park where you’ll see a variety of plants and wildlife. This sprint triathlon course is made up of a 1/4 mile swim, 12-mile bike, and 5k run. Register early and take advantage of the discounted registration fee.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please submit your request for information via our website contact page.

Still, have a question? Don’t hesitate to contact DRC Sports at info@drcsports.com or reach us at our offices at 352-637-2475.

 

15th Annual Dunedin Rotary Triathlon

Celebrating our 15th year, the Dunedin Rotary Triathlon is one of the largest and longest running athletic events and fundraisers in Dunedin! The Triathlon will be held on May 20th, 2018 on Honeymoon Island, which is known to be one of the most picturesque beaches in the United States.  The city of Dunedin and this lovely state park welcome the athletes with open arms and embrace this triathlon event.  You will find beautiful beaches, a closed bike course to maximize speed, and a partially shaded, well-marked run course through the park where you’ll see a variety of plants and wildlife.

Dunedin Rotary is currently seeking athletes, volunteers and sponsors for this years event. For more information about the triathlon visit www.dunedintriathlon.com.

All monies raised by the triathlon go directly to the local community. The Rotary Club of Dunedin is dedicated to serving the community and the world, as evidenced by our projects in India, Croatia, and Haiti.

To learn more about the Dunedin Rotary, check out our website at: www.dunedinrotaryclub.com.