About the Duneland Exchange Club
The Duneland Exchange Club (DXC) 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 630 Exchange Clubs across America.
The Duneland Exchange Club is a service club that focuses on country, community, children, and child abuse prevention.
The Duneland Exchange Club's mission is to inspire communities to become better places to live.
A strong America, safe communities, and unified people.
Bob Pawlik - President
Lorelei Weimer - Past President
Emily Strudas - Vice President
Jackie Ruge-Perkins - Treasurer
Maria Bachuchin - Secretary
Paula Deiotte - Member
Clark Gloyeske - Member
Sue Hadenfelt - Member
Pam Strudas - Member
Michelle Jatkiewicz - Member
Mary Talbutt - Member
National Exchange Club
The National Exchange Club is the only service organization exclusively serving communities in the United States. More than 630 local clubs throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico provide individuals with opportunities to use their time and talents to benefit their local communities and the country as a whole. Exchange’s Core Values are family, community, and country.
Exchange’s National Project is the prevention of child abuse.
The National Exhange Club was founded March 27, 1911, in Detroit, Michigan, by a group of business executives who wanted simply to exchange ideas. Those ideas grew and were shared, and have resulted in innumerable benefits to the nation.
Currently, Exchange has more than 18,000 members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. The organization’s National Headquarters, located in Toledo, Ohio, acts as a resource to local-level clubs and its members.
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