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  • We have moved into our new office: 1451 River Park Drive, Suite #120   Phone # is the same 916-929-2992
 

 
 
 
Tim Erickson
 
Born in Modesto, California on June 29, 1945. He attended La Grange Grammar School, 1st - 8th grade (20-25 total students in entire school) and Merced High School, 9th -12th grade (1959-1963).
 
Tim was drafted by the U.S. Army, 1967 - 1969, Infantry. DMZ Korea - 38th Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division
 
He married Bette Ann Carpenter June 20, 1970 (married 45 years) and their hometown is La Grange, California. They have three children:
 
Dan & Andra, California
Grandchildren:  Alissa Carly (9) & Logan Paul (6)
 
Elisabeth & Kirk, Colorado
Grandchildren:  Mazie Kate (5) & Wyatt Timothy (1 yr, May 30th)
 
Dallyce & Matt, Kentucky
 
 
Rodeo Cowboy:
Bronc Riding & Steer Wrestling, 1961 - 1979
 
Attended Rhema Bible Training Center, 1979 - 1980, Broken Arrow, Oklaholma
 
4th generation cattle rancher (Cowboy) on my Dad’s side (Grandparents from Norway).  My dad Paul and his brothers farmed with 30 horses & mules hitched, pulling harvesters in to the 1920s.  They were in the cattle business also.
 
3rd generation cattle rancher on my Mother’s side (Mazie).  Her dad (my grandfather), Tim Carlon (born 1858), trailed cattle from the Merced Falls / La Grange area to the Yosemite area (White Wolf - Ackerson Meadow) since the 1890’s.  He owned the Groveland Hotel in Groveland, CA where my mother was born in 1917.
 
Tim Carlon furnished beef or the construction crews building Hetch Hetchy Dam in the late teens and early 1920’s.  His dad, John Carlon, drowned in Yosemite in 1870.
 
We still trail cattle over pretty much the same routes today.  It’s about a 50 mile trip and takes 6 days.  In May we trail up to the Sierras and turn the cattle out on the Stanislaus National Forest that borders the western boundary of Yosemite National Park, Hwy. 120.
 
We have grazing permits with the U.S.F.S.  In the fall we round up the cattle on horseback in to Stone Meadow and Ackerson Meadow (on Evergreen Rd.) then start the trail drive down to winter country in Oct.
 
Our children and grandchildren along with other cowboys and cowgirls work together with us.  Our grandchildren are the 6th generation to take part in this cattle operation.
 

 
 
Thank you to all who so generously donated for the purchase of ShelterBox kits for those in need in Nepal. To date, including what the club has pledged to donate we have collected over $13,000! Well done!
 
Since the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that rocked Nepal on Saturday, April 25th, our Rotary connections in the country have been assisting ShelterBox with essential information and logistics. Donations from our club will be of great help to those in need.
 
To make a donation and help provide shelter, warmth and dignity, please visit www.shelterboxusa.org/nepal.
 

 
IN MEMORY OF
J.W. “BILL” STONE
January 21, 1923 – April 5, 2015
 
Bill was laid to rest
April 20, 2015 at the Sacramento
Valley National Cemetery in Dixon, CA
 
Join us for
A CELEBRATION OF LIFE
Monday, May 18, 2015
5:30 – 8:30 PM
Aerospace Museum of California
3200 Freedom Park Drive
McClellan Park, CA  95652
 
 
 
 
Sign up to work on our Sky Parkway Habitat build! This is an excellent initiative by President Susan, and may presage better things to come in the future.
 
Sign up is quite simple; just use the following link!
 
 
The construction site address is: 5336 Sky Parkway, northeast of Hwy 99 Exit 293 (near Florin Towne Center). You will see at the link that we ask for 10 volunteers each week from 14 March into July, alternating Saturday and Friday workdays. Please feel free to participate as early and as often as you can. The more the merrier!
 
Please email or call (916/996-0607) if you have questions. Otherwise, enjoy and see you at the build!
 

 
 
 
The River Cats Day is June 7th.  Come on out, bring your family and friends and enjoy a Sunday afternoon of minor league baseball right here in our own ball park, Raley Field. 
 
To get tickets just complete the “ticket request” form, which you will find a copy on your table at our regular Tuesday meetings or go to the “download” section of the club’s website, rotarysacramento.com, and download the form there.  Merely complete the form and mail it to the address provided with your check for the appropriate amount and you will get your tickets in the mail.  Deadline to order is June 1st.
 
Come and support the River Cats and End Polio Now will benefit too... a win win!  If you have any question call Jerry Haley at 916-801-5292 or email at jerryhaley33@att.net. 
 
**Can't make it, but still want to support Rotary Night?  Your tickets can be exchanged at Raley Field's ticket office for any Sunday-Thursday regular season game.  So NO excuses... 
 
 

 
 

May 12, 2015 - Red Lion Hotel

May 19, 2015 - Red Lion Hotel

May 26, 2015 - NO Meeting

June 2, 2015 - Red Lion Hotel

June 9, 2015 - Red Lion Hotel

June 16, 2015 - SON'S DAY - Red Lion Hotel

June 23, 2015 - Red Lion Hotel

June 30, 2015 - Pres. Susan's Demotion - Plates Cafe

 

 
 

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It is intended for the social and business use of our members and shall not be loaned or given to non-members.
It is not to be used by members in any form of mass mailing or mass electronic communication without the permission of the individual members.
Please be sure to inform the Rotary Office of any address, phone, fax or e-mail changes.
 
 
REMEMBER Giving blood not only helps our community, it also counts as a make-up. Use Rotary Club of Sacramento blood club #6569 when you register, then send us a copy of your receipt after you donate. Did you know that giving platelets counts for two (2) make-ups?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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President Susan's "Levels of Risk"

Bungee Jumping - $1000
Ultra Lighting   - $500
Whitewater Rafting - $250   
Bicycling - $100
 
Meeting Sponsor   - $300
Cell Phone Fine     - $100
 

Upcoming Events

 

Speakers

May 12, 2015
Tim Erickson
Yosemite Cattle Drive
May 19, 2015
Michael Zigler
PRIDE Industries
May 26, 2015
Jun 02, 2015
Anne Marie Schubert
New District Attorney
Jun 09, 2015
Dr. Robin Steinhorn
UCD Children's Hospital
Jun 16, 2015
Jun 23, 2015
Michael Shanahan
Wells Fargo Museum
Jun 30, 2015
Various
Pres. Susan's Demotion
 
 
 
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