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PO Box 663
Lincoln CA 95648
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DG Glenn Fong
- the ~900 ticket holders from near and afar!
- the 81 volunteers from Rotary, DLA, Beale AFB, and others
- all 21 Placer county wineries
- the downtown businesses and others who hosted tasting venues
- the food suppliers
- the Slack Cats for providing awesome music
- the Chamber for use of their office for the Bottle Shop
- Our Joann Hilton and her team who organized the event
- all others who helped make the event a success
The wine + food + music + fun was the best ever. Please support our downtown businesses who especially made this event a success. We are looking forward to conducting the event again next year.
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Steve Certa, Rotary District 7550 District Governor Elect for 2017-2018 from the Weymouth (MA) Rotary Club, made a presentation about the Safe Passage Project that provides support for children in Guatemala who live in a garbage dump. Very inspiring presentation about how one Rotarian woman made a big change for the affected people. They now get nutritional meals, education and upgraded housing, allowing the affected children to become citizens of the Guatemalan society. Find out more at http://www.safepassage.org/.
Projects under consideration include: 1) Solar Lanterns for villages in remote regions of Ghana, and 2) additional funding to the Rotary Int’l Polio Plus Campaign.
The Rotary Foundation (Click here) helps fund our humanitarian activities, from local service projects to global initiatives. Clubs or districts can apply for grants from the Foundation to invest in projects and provide scholarships. The Foundation also leads the charge on worldwide Rotary campaigns such as eradicating polio and promoting peace. Rotarians and friends of Rotary support the Foundation’s work through voluntary contributions.
To date for this Rotary year (thru January), our club has donated about $6,200 with a goal of about $6,800. Thanks to all members than contribute.
The collage of pictures above shows some of our Foundation-related items:
- Pete Walker (upper left) is our Foundation Chairman.
- In 2014 (lower right), Kathy Clemens a District 5180 Foundation leader, came to our club and "inducted" our Paul Harris Society members. These are members committed to donating $1,000 per year to the Foundation, and included Art Deardorff, Elizabeth Jansen, Ed Page, Clark Osterhout, Pete Walker and Jim Zentner. (Also shown is RI director Steve Snyder.). This year, Sharron Snyder joined this "club."
- Earlier in the year, several other members were given Paul Harris Awards, given whenever a members giving has reached $1,000 or multiples thereof.
- Art Deardorff being awarded by Clark Osterhout (upper center)
- Kris Wyatt, Frank Neves and Joann Hilton (upper right) after being awarded by Pete and District Governor Glenn Fong
- Joe Stewart and Sharron Snyder after being awarded by Pete, assisted by President Harvey Ulijohns
Many apologies to those members not mentioned.
- Sponsored three students to Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp
- Sponsored Sarah Sheridan as RYE outbound exchange student to Brazil
- Sponsored Beatrice Galletto as RYE inbound exchange student from Italy
- Sponsored Interact/Key Club at Lincoln High (with Kiwanis)
- Collected and distributed school backpacks to Sheridan Elementary School
- Books for Bikes literacy project - 7 schools with 21 bikes awarded
- Book Buddies literacy project, reading with 20 students at Creekside bi-weekly
- Participated in Character Building Projects at Creekside and 1st Street schools
- Honored LHS Students of the Month at Lunch meetings
- Scholarships to LHS students committed: 4 @ $1,000 each
- Scholarships to LHS students from Bradford Fund committed: 2 @ $1,000/yr for 4 years
- Support for Sober Grad Event (6/5)
- Additional Scholarships for continuing students from Lincoln: 2 @ $3,800 total
- Other Gifting
- GEMS School Booster Club - $100
- Lincoln Little League - $500
- Lincoln Girls Softball - $500
- Lincoln Sober Grad - $1,001
- Emmaus Church Community/Axiom - $5,000 to start Lincoln Youth Center
- Every 15 Minutes Drinking and Driving Program at LHS - $500
- Financial assistance for ReDirect students attending college - $1,500
- Elementary School Character Building Projects - $3,400
- Western Placer USD Pay It Forward Fund - $100
- Salt Mine (for Youth Activities) - $500
Lincoln Community Blood Drive
May 13, 2016
1:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Tour de Lincoln
Ophir Road - AuburnMay 14, 2016
7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Relay for LIfe
LHS TrackMay 14, 2016
9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Claire's HomeMay 18, 2016
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Claire's HomeJun 15, 2016
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
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