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Upcoming Speakers
Daughter's Day
Dec 19, 2017
DARK
Dec 26, 2017
DARK
Jan 02, 2018
Joe Devlin
Jan 09, 2018
 
Upcoming Events
  • Daughter's Day
    The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
    Dec 19, 2017
    12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
  • Rotary Fireside
    Jim Craig Home
    Feb 08, 2018
    5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
 
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At the annual Club Assembly luncheon on December 12, amid an atmosphere crackling with anticipation, Jim Leet (Boutin Jones Inc.) was announced as the President-Elect nominee for the Rotary Club of Sacramento.
 
Past President Walter Dahl (Dahl Law, Attorneys At Law) made the dramatic announcement and extolled the many achievements Jim brings to the job, including his outstanding work on the club board and the RCOS Foundation board, plus his bartending degree. PEN Jim’s term will begin on July 1, 2019, at the conclusion of President-Elect Diane Woodruff’s year.
The room greeted the news with a standing O for this beloved, brave, naïve soul.
 
President John Lemmon (Knox, Lemmon & Anapolsky) also announced the election results for two-year board terms beginning July 1. Elected were: Heidi Hershenhouse (Land IQ), Jonathan Marz (Diepenbrock Elkin Gleason LLP), Kelley Moran (Moran & Associates), Callee Setzer (Setzer Forest Products) and John Wood (McGee & Thielen Insurance Brokers). The vote formally approved PE Diane as incoming president. The Sergeant-At-Arms during PE Diane’s term will be Elfrena Foord (Foord, Van Bruggen & Pajak) and the club treasurer, in a stunning twist, will be current treasurer Käthe Nathan (Merchants National Bank of Sacramento).
 
David Baker (Sacramento Children’s Home) elicited further celebration as the Club welcomed him as its newest member, and he was introduced by his colleague Todd Koolakian. Their organization sponsored the meeting, and retiring CEO Roy Alexander (Sacramento Children’s Home) talked about the Club’s long support of the Children’s Home, with special mention of a simple literacy program the club initiated nearly a decade ago under Past President Fred Teichert (Teichert Foundation) – the transformative “read to dogs” program in which their children sharpen their literacy by reading aloud to floppy-eared companions.
 
Ryan Royster is a 32-year-old successful sports agent, but that’s not why he attended the meeting as Joe Grant’s (Vantage Points, LLC) guest. Back in 1998, Ryan was in the first YIP mentee class in the club’s Youth Incentive Program. Does YIP make a difference? Aided by his mentor Joe Grant, Ryan graduated from McClatchy, was the first in his family to go straight to college, and earned his degree at UC Davis. Ryan embarked on his current career after playing seven years of minor league baseball.
 The weekly meetings of the Rotary Club of Sacramento are at the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, located at 600 Alhambra Blvd; Parking is on 30th Street, Sacramento, CA 95816.   
 
 
 
 
 

December 19 2017 - The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

January 9 2018 - The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

January 16 2018 - The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

January 23 2018 - The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

January 30 2018 - The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

February 6 2018 - The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

February 13 2018 - The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

 

 

 
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