Rotary Club of Citrus Heights

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Glenn Fong

Citrus Heights Rotary is one of 40 clubs in Rotary District 5180.

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Gail Moxley
(916) 622-7928

Past President
Jessica Mang
(916) 595-3761

Our Address:

Rotary Club of Citrus Heights
P.O. Box 221
Citrus Heights, CA  95611


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Citrus Heights Rotary

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We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Citrus Heights Community Center
6300 Fountain Square Drive
Citrus Heights, CA  95621
United States
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News & Stories

Little Free Libraries
The purpose of this project is to promote awareness of the History & Arts Commission and the City’s Historical Buildings while at the same time encouraging literacy and a love of reading by building 20 free book exchanges throughout the community.
There will be 10 City locations and 10 Park locations, each being situated near a sitting area for more comfortable reading.  Each library is a replica of the Sylvan Schoolhouse an historic building depicted on the city seal. The History & Arts Commission has partnered the Citrus Heights Rotary and with the following people to bring the libraries to the community. 
·        The Rotary Club of Citrus Heights – Installing the libraries on Rotary at Work Day April 11th
·        San Juan High School Construction Management Students – Designed & Building all the libraries
·        Sylvan Library – Donating books
·        Sunrise Recreation and Parks Dept. – offered locations in 10 parks
·        The City of Citrus Heights -  offered locations in 10 city areas
·        San Juan High School Football Team – helping to dig post holes for installation
·        Home Depot - Donated half the material
·        Lowes - Donated half the material
The Libraries will all be installed in 20 locations on April 11th 2015 by the Citrus Heights Rotary Club as part of International Rotary at Work Day.

Last Saturday night some of the members of the Mesa Verde Interact club got together for pizza and a movie and to fill Easter Eggs with candy and eggs. These will soon be part of the Citrus Heights Rotary clubs Annual Easter Egg Hunt held each year for the kids living at the Sacramento Childrens Receiving Home. Some of these children would have no other Holiday celebration if not for the generous gift from strangers. We are excited to host the kids and hope that many of our club members will find time to help out. For information, place and times please email     

The Rotary Club of Citrus Heights provides Dictionaries to ALL 3rd graders within Citrus Heights.  Thanks to Bill & Janie VanDuker for coordinating the dictionary project at Kingswood Elementary school and President Jessica Mang for helping out.  The kids were so grateful and happy! They could not put them down and they asked more than once if the dictionaries were theirs to keep. So sweet!



The President and Vice President of the CSUS Rotaract Club (Brian Tolentino and Angeline Berkeley, respectively) made a presentation.  The club started 8 years ago, and Brian really wants to “connect” and be that bridge between high school Interact Clubs and the Rotary Club once one is in the workplace.  He stated that the club signed up 60 people during Rush Week.  Last year, the club did a teeter-totter-a-thon which raised about $2300.  This year, he wants club members to participate in a dance-a-thon at CSUS on October 17th.


The President of the Interact  Club, Taylor Landess reported that 75 students signed up for the club recently, and she is really excited to work with our club to make Interact a great success. She shared her dreams for the club and some ideas for the coming year.





End Polio Now

Polio has been reduced by 99%. We are closer than ever to ending this crippling disease forever. We are now “This Close” to achieving a polio-free world, and many public figures and celebrities have signed on to help Rotary spread the word.  More than 40 world figures and celebrities  including Bill Gates, Archie Panjabi, Psy, Jackie Chan, Ziggy Marley, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Jane Goodall, Amanda Peet, and Jack Nicklaus are taking part in Rotary’s “This Close” campaign. We are “This Close” to ending polio -- all we need is you.





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