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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Arden Arcade!
Joining forces with community members, Fulton-El Camino Park District, and Rich Desmond, Sacramento County Supervisor - Rotary Club of Arden Arcade pruned, painted, trimmed, scooped and otherwise generally beautified Cottage Park.  It was a great day to be outside, being together to improve our community.  photo by Susan Skinner
 
 
Lots of Saturday clean-up fun at the Rotary House in Oak Park.  Our club is amongst seven clubs that built and maintain this house for the families of sick children staying at local hospitals.
 
 
 
Exceptional work and smoked food gifts for our National Guard Troops assigned to protect the Sacramento Region from Joe Green and his family.  Support for Joe's program from amazing individual Rotarians and the Rotary Club itself.
       
 
 
 

This was a great hands-on project for the members of the Rotary Club of Arden Arcade in building the redwood slabs used for refurbishing the dozen benches in William Pond Park. Add in painting for preservation and hauling the old rotted wood away made for a full day. Special shout out to architect and lumberjack Al Cady and Bill Hambrick for being the meat and brains behind this project! And as with most of our projects, a handful of Boy Scouts were there helping in their community! 
 
 
 

Rotary Club of Arden Arcade was very happy to put together a three club project to donate a passenger van for local kids programs in the Arden Arcade and greater Sacramento region. We worked with the clubs from Carmichael and Point West to make a district grant project successful.  The vans use and oversight is administered by Fulton El Camino Park District in association with Mission Oaks Park District and the Sacramento Sheriff’s Community Impact Program.  The van has been all over California and Nevada taking kids on adventures that they would not normally get to experience. A big shout out to the community of Arden Arcade and Rotary members for making this project happen. 
 
See reporter Doug Brauner show off the Rotary Van: http://gooddaysacramento.cbslocal.com/video/3370488-car-czar-on-the-road-pt-2/
 
 
 
The Rotary Club of Arden Arcade hosted a great farm to fork presentation today by Kyle Hagerty and Morgan Daily from East Sac Farms! Kyle and the Chef from Ruth's Chris worked together on our lunch out of their Farm! It was a wonderful presentation, lunch with Rotarians and all for a great cause! 
The Rotary Club of Arden Arcade's President, Steve Turner, had a great day with Encina High School as their Principal for the Day! Thank you Principal Richard Judge and their amazing staff for giving the community a peek into your work. The students were respectful and "all in" for their future.
 

The Rotary Club of Arden Arcade worked with the East Sacramento Club and Point West Club on a District Grant to refurbish the Encina High School technology room. We bought new computers, tables, and structural aids. Then repainted and refreshed the entire classroom. It was a wonderful program and its meant a lot for the students at Encina High School.  
 
Special thanks to Kristen Simoes and Channel 3 for highlighting this on their local news program! 

ROTARY CLUB OF ARDEN-ARCADE

MISSION OBJECTIVE

The mission and objective of the Grant Review Committee shall be to actively investigate, identify, and distribute grants to qualified organizations in the Arden-Arcade and Sacramento Area consistent with the objectives and purpose of the Rotary Club of Arden-Arcade. The Grant Review Committee may consider requests from any benevolent organizations and make appropriate recommendation to the Board of Directors.
 
 
 

OPERATING GUIDELINES

All grant awards and recommendations shall be made in accordance with operating principles, guidelines and priorities that are established by the Rotary Club of Arden-Arcade Board of Directors and its Grant Review Committee.  In general, funding requests are NOT considered for:
1.  General operations (operating expenses)
2.  Special events and/or sponsorships
 

GRANT APPLICATION PROCEDURES

All grant applications shall be submitted electronically and shall:
  1. Have an active Rotary Club of Arden-Arcade member who will serve as an advocate/sponsor of the grant Understand that failure to fully complete grant application instructions may result in rejection for due diligence and award consideration
  2. Be submitted using the approved application form, including the required documentation of charitable status and other documents requested in the application instructions
  3. Have an assigned contact person available to respond to the committee’s due diligence activities
  4. Agree, if notified of a grant award, to send representative to a mutually agreed upon Rotary Club of Arden Arcade meeting (Piatti Restaurant –Tuesdays at 12 Noon) to participate in a check presentation before our club’s Rotarians

 
 
Meetings
Tuesdays at 12:00
 
Piatti's Restaurant
571 Pavilions Lane
Sacramento, California 95825
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Secretary
Treasurer
Community Service
International Service
Membership Committee Chair
Rotary Intl Foundation Representative
Club Foundation Chair