Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Daybreak Star Center Thanks RTS and Magnolia Rotary

The Daybreak Star Cultural Center is a Native American cultural center described by its parent organization, United Indians of All Tribes, as "an urban base for Native Americans in the Seattle area." It is located in Discovery Park in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle. 

The Rotary Club of Magnolia sponsored and provided volunteers for the Spring Rebuilding Day 2010 project at the Daybreak Center.

The Executive Director of United Indians, Marty Bluewater, sent a thank you to RTS and the Magnolia Rotary:

To Magnolia Rotary and Rebuilding Together,

On behalf of the United Indians of All Tribes Foundation Staff, Board of Directors and community members, I want to express our extreme gratitude to you all for this past weekend’s wonderful volunteer project at Daybreak Star. Also, because of the initial Rotary contact, Rebuilding Together developed another project for our Youth Home and as it turned out I was told that it was the largest Rebuilding Together project in Seattle. (side note from RTS- please see upcoming post on the Labateyah Youth Home sponsored by the Center for Spiritual Living who provided 150 volunteers!)

Many major improvements were made at both facilities and all of our programs and services will greatly benefit. Plus it seemed that everyone had a fun time and the weather spirits cooperated !!!

It was a very, very good day...


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kiddies watching the cement being poured

awesome view!

1 comment:

  1. That is simply amazing. Thank you to Rebuilding Together and to Rotary Club of Magnolia for doing all this wonderful work.