Book of Golden Deeds
The Book of Golden Deeds recognizes and honors a person within the Duneland communities that have given endless hours volunteering their time and talent in making our communities a better place to live.
The Exchange Club in Huntington, Indiana, started the award in 1919, and thousands of remarkable volunteers have been honored with this award across the United States. The Book of Golden Deeds is also the longest-running program in the National Exchange Club history.
The Duneland Exchange is proud to continue the legacy of this outstanding award.
The Duneland Exchange Club helps support our local fire departments. Our club purchased the Sparky the Fire Dog costume, and help support the purchase of the baby box.
The Duneland Exchange Club helps support our local police departments. Our club purchased special gloves for police officers to protect their hands when they are searching a vehicle or a person.
National Day of Service
Exchange Clubs across the United States participate in annual community service projects. The DXC has decided to team up with Rebuiling Duneland to help restore houses, parks, and non-profit organizations buildings and sites, which takes place every October.