Join Lake Ozark Daybreak Rotary!

We are currently accepting new members in the lake area that are interested in helping us make our community an even better place to live. We meet Friday mornings from 7:30-8:30 A.M., breakfast available. Our meeting location is at Victory Church on Highway 42 across from School of the Osage High School.

If you are interested in joining more about Daybreak Rotary, complete the short form below and one of our members will contact you so you can join us at an upcoming meeting!

Club Fees

  • Single Membership Dues - $206/Year
  • Business/Corporate Membership Dues - $400/Year – Provides 3 individuals from your business to attend and be involved in the club.
  • Initiation Fee - $50
  • Breakfast - pay as you eat  


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Welcome New Members

Service Above Self

Paul Harris

"I participate in the Paul Harris Society because I care. These contributions demonstrate our commitment to serve others."

Rotary started with the vision of one man — Paul Harris

After setting up his law practice in Chicago, Harris gathered several business associates to discuss the idea of forming an organization for local professionals. He envisioned a place where professionals of diverse backgrounds could exchange ideas and form meaningful, lifelong friendships.

On 23 February 1905, Harris, Gustavus Loehr, Silvester Schiele, and Hiram Shorey gathered at Loehr’s office in Room 711 of the Unity Building in downtown Chicago. This was the first Rotary club meeting.

“I was sure that there must be many other young men who had come from farms and small villages to establish themselves in Chicago ... Why not bring them together? If others were longing for fellowship as I was, something would come of it.”

In February 1907, Harris was elected the third president of the Rotary Club of Chicago, a position he held until the fall of 1908. Toward the end of his club presidency, Harris worked to expand Rotary beyond Chicago. Some club members resisted, not wanting to take on the additional financial burden. But Harris persisted and by 1910 Rotary had expanded to several other major U.S. cities.

Harris died on 27 January 1947 in Chicago at age 78 after a prolonged illness.

His death prompted an outpouring of contributions from around the world and his name continues to evoke the passion and support of Rotarians and friends of Rotary.


Paul Harris Fellows

Continuing the legacy of our founder, the Paul Harris Fellow program recognizes individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.

The honor was established in 1957 to show appreciation for contributions that support our Annual Fund, PolioPlus, or an approved Foundation grant.

Paul Harris Society

The Paul Harris Society recognizes Rotary members and friends of The Rotary Foundation who elect to contribute $1,000 or more each year to the Annual Fund, PolioPlus Fund, or approved global grants.

The purpose of the Paul Harris Society is to honor and thank individuals for their generous, ongoing support of The Rotary Foundation.

Rotary districts often honor new members of the Paul Harris Society by presenting them with a certificate and chevron at a district or club event.

Meeting Information

The Rusty Rooster, Lake Ozark

Every Friday morning at 7:30 A.M.

Contact the Club Secretary at for more information

We are currently accepting new members in the lake area that are interested in helping us make our community an even better place to live.

Map to Meeting Location
Daybreak Rotary Officers

Ryan Bridges
Phone 573-280-4553

Denise Decker
Phone 217-415-0375

Jennifer Reahr
Phone 573-480-6021

Membership Chair
Anna Diebold
Phone 573-216-1367

Ron Massie
Phone 573-692-1000

Contact Daybreak Rotary
Ryan Bridges: