Rotary Club of Sacramento
Founded in 1913
Where Leaders Meet to Serve
"I feel the Rotary Club is part of my family, by this gift, I hope Rotary will remember me."
Posted by Jim Culleton on Jul 22, 2016
The Dan McVeigh Era has officially started!
Joe Grant (Northwestern Mutual Advisory) and Silvia Fitzgerald (AAES (Antiques, Appraisals & Estate Service) were our designated greeters. Todd Andrews (Andrews Construction) generously donated the wine reception and in full bicycle regalia promoted his Sacramento Century ride. Aaron French (Zanker Recycling), Kevin Williams (KVIE) and JD Dannenfelser (JD Enterprises) conducted the music throughout the meeting.
Mik Miklaus (Integrity Mortgage) gave us the “Thought for the Day” and announced prayer is back. If you have the desire to give a future meeting a blessing, please contact the Rotary office.
Tom Bacon (Kidder Mathews), our Sergeant at Arms announced numerous guests.
Rotary announcements included Dick Osen promoting Golf 4 Kids, remember tee signs these tend to be the best fund raisers for us and give the most bang for the buck! Again proceeds will benefit local schools serving the physically impaired. Sac Century will have the sign up genius in full force in the next week or two. You can sign up to be on the race crew or the Capitol Mall crew. Both are needed and fun!
Many Rotarians were very generous, last meeting raised over $4000. Today was no different.
Financial donations have been made by some of our generous members like Gretchen Eischen (Community 1st Bank) got it started by “getting jiggy with it” ….her words not mine. Bob Gaines in his son-in-laws name, Todd Andrews, for all of the great Sac Century work. Dee Hartzog in honor of the speaker of the day Sara Krevens. Ron Crane (DCA Partners) rappelled down a building and celebrated by donation. Judy Payne in memory of Oleta Lambert. Art Breuer forgot Keifie’s birthday and paid in honor of his bride! They have been married 61 years. Steve Ruland and President Dan McVeigh went back and forth on RUOFS, the cow’s name…and both made a donation.
Scot Pollard is a 40-year-old retired American professional basketball player that had an eleven-year career in the NBA. Pollard attended the University of Kansas and was the 19th pick of the 1997 NBA draft, he spent the majority of his career playing for the Sacramento Kings and the Indiana Pacers, and was known for his defensive play and funky hairstyles. He won a championship in his final season (07-08) with the Boston Celtics despite only playing limited minutes during the season, he retired soon after in 2008. Pollard now lives in Carmel, Indiana with his wife and children.
Posted by RCS Staff on Apr 21, 2016
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President Dan's Levels of Giving
Friend of Dan- $25 to $100
Champion - $500
Meeting Sponsor - $300
Cell Phone Fine - $100