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The Duneland Exchange Club is making a

positive difference in our communities!

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Our Programs of Service

Don't Delay in Calling

Become a Member Today

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In 2020, in the U.S. 101,961 kids were physically abused.

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1,750 children died from abuse.

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470,297 kids were neglected.

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57,963 kids were sexually abused.

 STOP CHILD ABUSE!

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It Takes A Village - Fundraiser

September 24, 2022

The Village Tavern in Porter

 

Bean Bag Tournament

11 a.m.

 

Food, Beverages, and Raffles

1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Live Entertainment

3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Entry Tickets: $10 per person

Food Tickets: $5 per person

Must be 21 and older to attend

About the Duneland Exchange Club

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ABOUT
Kids

“If you want children to continue dreaming to the moon and beyond, then dream with them, both by sharing your fervent dreams, and by diving heart first into their own.” ~ Vince Gowmon

Our Programs of Service

The Duneland Exchange Club is a local service club comprised of dedicated men and women who volunteer their time by serving the Duneland communities and focusing on country, community, children, and child abuse prevention. The Duneland Exchange Club was chartered on May 9, 1991, and is one of 900 Exchange Clubs across America. 

Vision:                    

A strong America, safe communities, and unified people.

 

Mission:                 

Exchange, inspiring communities to become better places to live.

 

Core Values:          

Children/family, community, country, and child abuse prevention.

 

Motto:                   

Unity for Service.

 

Pledge of Service:

  • To dedicate my time and talents to improve the social, religious, political, and business climate of my community. 

  • To show gratitude to those who have served and sacrificed for our freedoms.

  • To honor and respect the law; to serve others and uphold the values of our country and our community. 

  • To instill the spirit of service and friendship in my social and business relationships.

  • To unite with others to seek better conditions, understandings, and opportunities for our community. 

“The potential possibilities of any child are the most intriguing and stimulating in all creation.”

– Ray L. Wilbur

Join Us

By Being Part of the Duneland Exchange Club
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