SPEAKERS
MICHEL CZEHATOWSKI
Apr 25, 2018
Redding Tai Chi Garden
DARK DARK DARK
May 02, 2018
La Cucaracha Party Tonight
 
UPCOMING EVENTS
 
OFFICERS & DIRECTORS
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
International/Foundation
Membership
Community Service
Youth Services
Immediate Past President
Public Relations
 
 
CLUB NEWS

Redding East Rotary meets every Wednesday at Riverview Country Club, 4200 Bechelli Lane in Redding. For more information on our club, please contact our Membership Chairman and take a look around our website.
 
Mailing Address:  
P.O. Box 493326
Redding, CA 96049-3326
 
 



 
 
Again this year, Redding East Rotary Club members and their families and friends are invited to be part of the Rodeo Volunteer Program, which means helping at the Redding Rodeo that starts on Wednesday, May 16th through Saturday, May 19th. The Volunteers fill 4 critical positions at the Rodeo:

(1) Greeters at the front ticket area
(2) Ticket takers at the Main Gate
(3) Usher-Guides in the grandstands
(4) Ushers at Rodeo Flats
 
This year we will have three 2 hour shifts so more can participate...each night at 5 PM7 PM, and then on Friday and Saturday nights another shift at 8 PM. The Rodeo ends at 10 PM each night.
 
In return for your volunteering, each volunteer will receive 2 free tickets to either Wednesday or Thursday night rodeos, BBQ dinner and drinks on the day they volunteer, a parking pass for the area immediately adjacent to the arena, and a great deal of appreciation from the Rodeo Association.
 
This traditional highlight of the year for Redding is expecting more than 25,000 visitors this year, and the community volunteers make it all happen very smoothly.
 
volunteer sign up sheet  will be available on the back table starting this Wednesday...and if you are not at the meeting, please e-mail Ron Largent at ron@ronlargenttravel.com  and he will add you to the list.
 
Thanks for your support of the Redding Rodeo.
 


The annual GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER was held on April 14th. This event is always a favorite RER function.  Guests don't know who's their host and hosts don't know who their guests are until they arrive. The event is a great way to get to know your fellow Rotarian, old and new!  Here are some photos from dinner at the Menoher's. Send your photos to Denise at yergiemom@gmail.com and they will be posted to the webpage.
 


 
Join us for an exciting weekend in beautiful Lake Tahoe!

Hear from speakers like Jim Marggraff talking about how you can invent a way to a better future. Jim is featured in the May Rotarian Magazine. 


 
Hotel Room

There are only a few hotel rooms left at the low conference rate. Make sure you reserve a room now. Click here to reserve your room:
 https://aws.passkey.com/go/RotaryDistrict5160
 
Room rates start as low as $159 a night (+ taxes and fees). These great rates are also available 3 days before and after the conference. 
 
For more information on the hotel visit:  https://laketahoe.regency.hyatt.com/
 
Want more information on the conference? Visit http://NoLimitRotary5160.org

Questions? Email Conference Registrar, Valerie Munoz, nolimits@rotary5160.org
 


 

Shasta High's Sage Will captures silver at snowboard nationals

, Record SearchlightPublished 6:51 p.m. PT April 7, 2018 | Updated 11:55 a.m. PT April 9, 2018
 
Local racers wrap up competition at snowboard nationals.
 

In March, Will won the combined women’s snowboarding state title at the Ski and Snowboard Championships at Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort after barely beating out Tate Harkness of Mount Shasta High School.

Harkness earned a fifth-place finish at the snowboard nationals in Colorado.

"Both girls fought hard in the final runoff, consisting of head-to-head races against other women to end up in their final positions," said Paul Schwartz, the snowboarding team coach at Shasta High and the North Division CNISSF coordinator.

Schwarz got in on the action, too. On Tuesday, he won a silver medal in the 60-plus age group.

In addition to Will and Harkness, other high school snowboarders representing Northern California were Thomas Lutz and Joseph Vericker, both of Shasta High, Justin Youngman of Foothill and Flynn Davis of Chico High.

The tournament brings together racers from the United States as well as Canada, Austrailia, New Zealand and Japan.

In other racing results from the second half of the USASA nationals, Harkness won seventh place Wednesday in junior women's boardercross.

Also Wednesday in the giant slalom, Davis was fifth in the junior men’s division while Vericker finished 17th.

A crash and an injury slowed two other local racers. Youngman crashed in his second race and finished 26th after a first run of 38.70 seconds that put him in a Top 10 finish. In youth men, Lutz, who still was recovering from a shoulder injury in boardercross, finished 39th.

On the men’s side for slalom Thursday, Chico's Doyle won the bronze medal in the junior men’s division. Youngman took ninth place while Vericker came in 14th. Lutz finished 34th in the men’s youth division.

"Overall, a very successful showing for the North State snowboarders in a very tough field of racers from across North America and around the world, in the world's premier amateur snowboarding event," Schwartz said.



 
 
Charlie and Judy Menoher are inviting you to join the Meal Train for Sally and Jerry Peters.
 
What is a meal train?  There are times in our lives when friends and family ask, "What can I do to help out?" The answer is usually to help them with a meal. When many friends give a meal, this is a Meal Train.  Mealtrain.com is a free meal calendar tool that makes planning meals among a wide group easy and less stressful.
You can access meal train in two ways: 
 
  1. We can send you an e-mail with the information.  Send an e-mail to cjmenoher@charter.net.
  2. Click on the following URL:  https://mealtrain.com/5nd11Y
 
When you are on the site, you will find a row at the top of the page with several options, toward the right side, click on Sign Up (You only need to do this the first time).  You will be asked for information before you access the site.  Once on the site, scroll down until you see the calendar, which can be viewed as a calendar or as a list.  Open days show up as green, already “taken” days show up as blue.  Click on a green day of your choice and follow the directions.  You will be able to make changes at any time.  Sally will receive an e-mail to let her know you have signed up, made changes, and/or canceled. 
 
At this time, they only need meals on Mondays and Thursdays.  If this changes, you will find more green days on the calendar.  Please deliver meals between 4 PM and 5 PM.  More information on types of meals and visits can be found on the Meal Train web site.