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Sierra View Country Club
105 Alta Vista Way
Roseville, CA  95678
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This week's Rotary Weekly Minute is brought to you by Past President Scott Otsuka
 
Later this month I will celebrate my 14th Anniversary in the Rotary Club of Roseville.  Here are a few things I’ve learned, in no particular order:
 
  1. There is no better year in Rotary than your Presidential year 
  2. There is no better title in Rotary than PAST President
  3. In Rotary there is something for everybody
  4. In Rotary there is someone for everything
  5. Because of 3 & 4, nobody has to do everything, you don’t even have to CARE about everything
  6. The people that I can most rely on for advice, professional or personal, are my fellow Rotarians
  7. I am continually amazed by the quality of human being attracted to my Rotary Club
  8. I am continually amazed by the depth of caring and compassion in my Rotary Club
  9. I am continually amazed that despite the fact you insist you will NEVER do something, you will do it for your club anyway (see Polio Raffle, Amanda’s Taco Throwdown and Val’s Presidency.  Oh, and Amanda’s Vice Presidency!)
  10. Sometimes just being around the people in my club, I feel like a fraud and hope nobody finds out the truth
  11. Rotary is not a business group, but business gets done
  12. The 4-way test is real and absolutely works
  13. It’s okay to talk about the things you shouldn’t talk about.  In fact, you have to.  How else can they be addressed?
  14. It is said you get out of it what you put into it.  In Rotary that’s false, you get back so much more than you could ever put in
 
To be perfectly honest, when I joined the Rotary Club of Roseville I was looking for business.  By somehow earning a little trust, I got that.  But I have also gotten so much more.  I have gotten friends.  I have gotten family.  I have learned more from you than any other single source in my life.  From Past RI President I have learned two of my all-time favorite quotes that shape my Rotary life:
 
  • You may not recall who was President when you joined Rotary, nor likely remember who was District Governor or RI President…but I’ll be you remember who invited you to join.  Thank you Bruce Scheidt and Diane Ogden
  • (paraphrased) I cannot fully understand the impact my service has wrought, but I can never repay the gifts that I have received from Rotary.
 
I will continue to try, in my own special way, to pay back and pay forward the gifts that I receive every day from Rotary and from you.
 
Join the Rotary Club of Roseville and StayFIT for the Get FIT, Stay FT with Rotary competition!
 
We have designed this competition for 2 reasons – first, to help our members get into their best shape for 2019, and second, to raise funds to send a family to the Me-One Summer Camp in Ruth Burgess’ name. For more details on the Me-One Foundation, click here!
 
What Is It?
 
A 10-week weight loss competition starting on January 17 and ending with a 5K on March 30th! There will be prizes giving for most pounds lost and biggest percentage lost. The entry fee is $25 which goes towards the fundraising and a few supplies (plus a bit of commitment will help keep you honest!). (The 5K will also have an entrance fee but there will be more info on that coming soon).
 
How Do I Sign Up?
 
Sign up on ClubRunner or respond to this email. We’ll get you on the list!
 
When Is the First Weigh In?
 
Thursday, January 17th at Sierra View, starting at 11:15. Breann Zweck, StayFIT’s owner, will be there to weigh you in. All measurements will be kept by Breann so they will remain confidential!
 
Some More Details:
 
  1. Breann and StayFIT are offering membership to her gym for the 10 weeks for $75. StayFIT is a small, friendly gym in Granite Bay where you can go to lift weights and use their cardio equipment. They are also offering private training sessions for $35 which is an amazing deal!
  2. We will be offering some tips and tricks throughout the competition, and feel free to do the same to your fellow competitors (or not, if you want to keep all the glory to yourself!)!
Any questions, please feel free to email Steph Hill at steph@upstreamadministration.com. Good luck all!

 

 
 
The memorial service for Past President Ruth Burgess with be:
 
Date: December 8th at 10:00 am.
Location: Saint Mark's United Methodist Church, 2391 St Marks Way, Sacramento, California.
 
There will be a reception to follow.  Please direct all questions to President Val or anyone in club leadership.

Rotary Club of Roseville Picture Day!

 
President Val and Member Doug Clifford arranged for a club picture of the attending membership that day as well as the Board of Directors.  It was a fun gathering!  Our senior member, Mr. David Fiddyment, is celebrating 71 years of perfect attendance with our club.  He is also the senior member of our district.
 
 
We tend to be a very serious group.  Community and International service are very important to us but we do like to have fun from time to time...or all the time!  
 
 
This is the 2018 - 2019 Board of Directors
 
 
Who are equally goofy as everyone else! (If not more so!)
 
 
We have a lot of fun.  If you're visiting our site for the first time or have been trolling for some time, give us a ring or leave a message on our Facebook page and come for lunch. Our meetings are very entertaining and your first lunch with us is free!  
 
Thanks for visiting!
Our Fireworks Booth has only 2 days left!  Come and get your fireworks while the best selection is still available.  Plus!! We've got a raffle for a Big Bang! package of fun!  Tickets are only $10 and if you win one, you've won at least $500 of explosive fun!  Check the link below to get your raffle tickets and come out and support our club!
 
 
 
 
The Past Presidents Luncheon is a club tradition spanning...well...a few years at least!  This year's event was held at Randy Peter's catering.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Past Presidents, standing, from left to right are:
Roger Linn - 1995 - 1996
Roy Young - 1990 - 1991
Scott Otsuka - 2014 - 2015
Carol Garcia - 2001 - 2002
Jack Arney - 2012 - 2013
Carol Langley - 1994 - 1995
Roxanne Synder - 2003 - 2004
Rob Saxe - Current President 2017 - 2018
Ruth Burgess - 2002 - 2003
Fred Croy - 1994 - 1995, South Sacramento Club
Allen Archuleta - 2015 - 2016
Jim Garbolino - 1979 - 1980
Bob Tomasini - 1984 - 1985, Walnut Grove Club
John Delacy - 2009 - 2010
Bob Sinclair - 1993 - 1994
Steve Christiansen - 1988 - 1989
 
Kneeling:
Megan Boespflug - 2013 - 2014
Rob Baquera - 2016 - 2017
 
Our 2018 Rotary Work Day is scheduled for April 21 from 7:30 am to 2:00 pm. This is a great opportunity to help a local elementary school that needs help with painting, repairs, and general clean up. Click the link below fin you are interested in joining us. 
 
 
Our own Rotarian Ruth Burgess (right) was recently honored by Placer County for the excellent work she has done Ron support childhood dental care through our Miles of Smiles program. She has worked tirelessly for more than a decade to educate children in local elementary schools and to screen them for any signs of decay or other dental problems. We are so proud of the leadership Ruth has shown and her efforts have helped thousands of children. 
 
The Rotary Club of Roseville is celebrating 80 years as a chartered clubof Rotary Internatonal this year!!! 
They say organizations become living organisms after 75 years and can lose their effectiveness... Our club is just getting started and we have so much planned to make our community and world a better place!! Come join us for lunch on a Thursday. 
Happy birthday Rotary Club of Roseville!!
 
International Performance Artist
David Garibaldi
as the featured performer at the
Annual Garbolino Seafood Dinner!
 
WHEN: Saturday, March 24, 2018
 
WHERE: Falls Event Center,
240 Conference Center Dr, Roseville, CA
 
 
 
 
 
 
Order of the Evening:
5:30pm - Doors Open
5:30pm to 6:30pm - Silent Auction and Appetizers
6:30pm to 8:00pm - Dinner
8:00pm to 9:30pm - Performance by David Garibaldi
9:30pm to 11:00pm - After Party
 
 

The event is open to all members of the community ages 21 and older. Come enjoy appetizers, drinks, crab and shrimp, tri-tip, pasta, soup, salad and dessert while enjoying games, a silent auction and a great atmosphere at The Falls Event Center in Roseville.  

All net proceeds from the event will benefit the charitable endeavors of the Rotary Club of Roseville, including scouting programs, Miles of Smiles dental sealant program, the Salvation Army, Sober Grad Nights, high school Interact programs, hospitals, scholarship programs, recreation centers, camps for kids and much more.

Event sponsorships are available to businesses and individuals wishing to support the event and the Rotary Club of Roseville Foundation.
 
(Must be 21 and over to attend this event)