Club News, Stories, and Events
The Utah Pork Producers Association (UPPA) addressed the Kaysville Rotary Club, and it was about a lot more than BACON!
Utah Open Lands Executive Director, Wendy Fisher presented to the Kaysville Rotary Club at our February 17, 2016 weekly meeting. The presentation was quite engaging, very well put together, and Wendy was a fantastic presenter. You can tell that Wendy is very passionate about preserving Utah's beautiful open space.
Cade Hyde, Student Body President of Davis High School, presented to the Kaysville Rotary Club about SAEV's push to have legislation passed to increase restrictions and taxes on electronic cigarettes. 
Our annual logo contest is here once again. Last year's winner (pictured) was from Davis High and the 2014 winner was from Snow Horse Elementary. Which Kaysville school will produce this year's winning student? Get your kids to submit an entry. The first 10 entries receive a FREE entry in the 4th of July 5K.
We had the privilege of hearing from Karl "Willy" Winsness at our weekly meeting on September 23, 2015.
During his 17 years behind bars at the Utah State Prison for shooting and wounding a police officer, Karl "Willy" Winsness watched his two young daughters, Lisa and Jamie, struggle emotionally and financially with his incarceration. 
"They hadn't done anything wrong – they were the victims of my bad choices," Winsness, 64, tells PEOPLE. "The children of inmates are the forgotten victims of crime, and it really bothered me. I wondered for a long time what I could do to help." 
Former Felon Helps Kids with Incarcerated Parents Go to College
Another fantastic race is in the books, and we want to thank all who participated.  The race results can be found at



It all started with one Kaysville Rotary Club Member reading an article in the newspaper.  This article to be precise...

In summary, Days for Girls (DFG) makes feminine hygiene kits, through sewing and assembling service projects, for Young Women in Africa and other third world countries who do not have reasonable solutions for the proper disposal and distribution of feminine hygiene products. The name of the organization describes the purpose of the kits provided. It allows the girl to get their days back. When they have these products they can attend school full time and get their education. Without these products they stay home for a week each month, and as you can imagine, they are constantly behind in school.
Our Upcoming Event was featured in the Davis Clipper.  Click the link below to read more on why the Kaysville Rotary was so inspired and impressed that we had to partner with the Days for Girls organization.
This morning, we had the honor of hearing from 3 Davis High students who have started their own non-profit called Student Technologies. Their goal is to get purchase an IPad or an AppleTV for teachers in the area. They have already teachers waiting in line for this gift, but need funding now. 
The annual dictionary project is a tradition the Kaysville Rotary Club is proud to continue.  All throughout the United States and other parts of the world, The Dictionary Project partners with Rotary Clubs and other organizations to purchase a dictionary for as many 3rd grade students as possible.  The Kaysville Rotary Club has made it a goal to make sure every 3rd grade student in Kaysville receives a dictionary to call their own. 
The Kaysville Rotary is a proud contributor towards helping low income children receive eye exams and eyeglasses.  This week we had a report from a couple of the people that make this possible.
The Davis High Interact Club held a week long fund raiser Oct 20th - 24th and it was a great success!
The four students selected to represent Davis High School and the Kaysville Rotary Club reported on their experiences at RYLA.
Actions speak louder than words......
The Davis County Sheriff's Search & Rescue, established more than 40 years ago, provides the citizens of Davis County with professional search & rescue services free of charge 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. This 35 member all-volunteer team responds to calls for assistance in the rugged mountains and waterways throughout Davis County. Search & Rescue volunteers spend thousands of hours each year training to ensure that they are able to provide professional service when called upon for assistance. This service is provided under the direction of the Davis County Sheriff's Office. 
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is a leadership training program sponsored by Rotary International that promotes, encourages and rewards outstanding young people who want to become better leaders. Utah RYLA focuses on participants who are high school sophomores and juniors.

RYLA consists of an all-expense paid three-day conference that brings together a special group of young men and women from across Utah to share ideas about becoming better leaders. Action-packed activities, like problem solving games, challenge course, group discussions and teambuilding activities, help participants build confidence and leadership skills.
The Kaysville Rotary Club helped make it possible for the Kaysville City Parks Department to install several historic signs throughout Heritage Park.
In today's meeting we heard reports from 3 students who were sponsored by the Kaysville Rotary Club to go on a service trip to various countries and give of themselves.
Another great project that the Kaysville Rotary Club chose to donate funds to is Chloe's Sunshine Playground in Syracuse. 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Chris Bauco
    September 13
  • Madison Parker
    Ruth Marie Parker
    September 24
Join Date:
  • Debbie Hefner
    September 1, 2011
    6 years