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Club Meeting Info
North Sacramento

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:00 PM
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500 Calvados Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95815
United States of America
(916) 925-2787
1st Thurs@noon/ 3rd Thurs@5:30p
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March 2021
Mar 30, 2021
February 2021
Feb 24, 2021
Rotogram January 2021
Jan 28, 2021
Rotogram November 2020
Nov 23, 2020
It was a challenging year, but PP Steve Delikat and all the members of the Rotary Club of North Sacramento met the COVID challenge in stride. We just kept on doing what we've always done. We were aiming for a 3-peat of the Best Small Club in D5180, but, being recognized as the Club of the Year was beyond our wildest dreams. Congratulations to PP Steve and to all the passionate and dedicated members of the Rotary Club of North Sacramento. 
Courtney Corbitt is a social worker with UC Davis Children's Hospital. She is the Oak Park Rotary House liaison. She's been assigned to the PICU (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit) for the last 5 years, but when she first started acting as the Rotary House liaison, she was assigned to the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit). Courtney is a member of a 9-person team of UC Davis Children's Hospital staff who identifies, evaluates, and selects the families who will be offered the opportunity to stay at Rotary House -- for free -- while their child is hospitalized (or receiving intensive outpatient care) for more than 4 months and who live more than 1 hour from the hospital. These children are typically micro-premies or pediatric cancer patients. Oak Park Rotary House is a partnership of seven D5180 Rotary clubs. Remember us on Big Day of Giving on May 7.
On September 20, Rotarians, local community volunteers and law enforcement officers delivered dictionaries to third graders at a local elementary school.  They described their occupations and professions to the students and emphasized the importance of reading.  The Sacramento Police Department donated two bicycles to encourage the students to use their dictionaries to improve their reading skills.
The dictionary delivery is one component of a larger school-wide project, ROARing Readers.  The students' literacy improvement is tracked through the year, and literacy improvement, including improvement over the summer break, is rewarded with prizes at three assemblies throughout the school year.