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The 2017-2018 Rotary year is in full swing. It was great seeing everyone at the club meeting at the Elk’s Lodge. As mentioned at the meeting, I am very excited to be leading this club. Steven Lease did a phenomenal job leading us into the new Passport format, laying the groundwork, and creating our culture “Rotary on Your Schedule”. You will continue to hear that phrase and we will continue this culture of flexibility and demonstrating service above self. What I hope to achieve this year is a stronger infrastructure to deliver more club organization, create processes and procedures for better/easier member engagement, and set the course for our club’s continuing legacy in the future. There are exciting things happening and it will be a pleasure getting to share in the accomplishments together with you.
President's Message 2017-07-31 07:00:00Z 0

The District Governor, Doug McDonald, will be joining us for our October 3rd board meeting.  Mixer at 5:30 and the board meeting starts at 6pm.

If you want to see Doug's presentation be visit one of the follow clubs in Auburn. 

September 26th at Auburn Rotary – 12:00 Lunch at Elk’s Lodge
September 26th at Auburn Sunset Rotary – 5:30 PM at El Agave Taqueria
September 28th at Auburn Gold Country Rotary – 12:15 lunch at Awful Annies

Note: I still the club visits for the Grass Valley / Nevada City - Please forward them to Steven L. if you have them.

 

 

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Who is “Acres of Hope”? 

Acres of Hope provides a safe family environment and a healthy living program for women and children that sets the foundation of change and breaks the cycle of homelessness.  By identifying and replacing belief systems that drive destructive behaviors with biblically-based truths and the implementation of healthy life skills, we are improving the physical, emotional, social, economic and spiritual quality of life for homeless women and their children.  Our goal is to break the cycle of factors that lead to homelessness. The program at Acres of Hope is often considered the last program our residents should ever need.

 

 

Acres of Hope Receives Best Non-Profit from the Auburn Journal 2017-07-31 07:00:00Z 0
This is a reminder that Nevada City Rotary’s major fun funding event (Nevada County Fair) is rapidly approaching. The Fair goes on for 5 full days August 9 - 13 at the beautiful Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley during which Nevada City Rotary has 100 shift positions to fill. Steven and I both volunteered with them and had an absolute blast. Really awesome people in that club. They are asking us if anyone is will to help them as they serve up pulled BBQ Pork and Shredded Chicken Sandwiches and enjoy the fellowship with other Rotarians from Nevada City and other surrounding Clubs. They provide a ticket to the Fair and a free sandwich on the day of your shift(s) to all who volunteer.
 
Please contact Robin directly at 530 263-1483 if you would like to volunteer.
 
Because the schedule is changing, they also post an updated copy (without phone numbers) on the website at http://ncrotary.org/content/2017-fair-schedule The schedule is easily accessible from the NCRotary.org’s Home page.
 
 
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2017 - 2018 Goals

    One of our goals this year (and every year) should be 100% member participation in giving to The Rotary Foundation.  The Rotary Foundation is no fly-by-night operation that takes your money and squanders it.  91% of the funds are spent directly on programs.  This is the first year of The Rotary Foundation's second century.  The Foundation has received the highest recognition year after year from Charity Navigator.  The Association of Fundraising Professionals named it the Worlds Outstanding Foundation for 2016 and again for 2017.  CNBC named The Rotary Foundation one of the "Top 10 Charities Changing the World". Giving to The Rotary Foundation is an investment.  We invest because we know the money will be used wisely.  We invest because we see the dividends in the good works that accrue from our combined donations.
    The Rotary Foundation has six areas of focus -
  • Promoting Peace
  • Providing Clean Water
  • Saving Mothers & Children
  • Supporting Education
  • Growing Local Economies
  • Fighting Diseases (including Polio).
    Whatever your focus is ----Invest by Giving!
 
Karen Hancock - 2017-18 Foundation Chair
 
 
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Avenues of Service Seminar - SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH

 

Every Rotarian will benefit from this training. More info including the classes offered and the schedule for the day is on the website at www.rotarydistrict5190.org. The cost is only $10, which will be billed to the clubs – the District is underwriting the rest of the costs. Continental breakfast, lunch and materials are included. Tracks for all aspects of Rotary will be offered, with great facilitators and in-depth information that you can use in your club. To register, go to http://tinyurl.com/Avenues-of-Service-2017

 

The Marriott Residence Inn room block reservation deadline is August 18th – that’s next month! The hotel is located at 9845 Gateway Drive, Reno 89521. We have a special room rate of $117.26, including tax. Call Marriott reservations at 800-331-3131 or 775-853-8800 and use the code “Rotary Training”.

 

 

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This year Sierra Passport will be looking for ways to utilize President Garrett's Performance Planner to plan activities focused around the Youth Services Avenue of Service.  Some of the goals of this committee will be:
 

-Select and support one local middle or high school

-Host an Interact at least quarterly; invite RYE student to one meeting

-Encourage members to become a RYLA counselor or REGL mentor

-Members to attend Sept 9, 2017 Avenue of Service seminar

-Support a boy scout/girl scout troop throughout the year

 
We will  have the pleasure of hearing a Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) participant Parker Franscella, from Colfax High, talk about her experience at RYLA Camp, at our July meeting.  
 
If you would like to help on the Youth Services committee, please contact Lindy Beatie at lindybeatie@gmail.com ...
 
Don't forget to sign up for the Avenue of Service Seminar, Bishop Mangue High School, Reno, September 9, 2017 
This a great opportunity to investigate the many programs Rotary has to offer at this Avenue of Service seminar on September 9 in Reno.
click here for more information.
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Updates and upcoming events
  • Need to send money to the club? Use Pay Pal auburndaybreakrotaryclub@gmail.com
  • Check out Rotary Basics on the New Member page.
  • 8/2/17 5:30 Board Meeting at Elisa house.
  • 8/16/17 5:30pm BBQ Fellowship
  • 9/9/17 Avenues of Service Seminar - Registration open, all members are encouraged to attend.
  • Member Survey - Did you complete your member survey? If you didn't receive it ask Garrett to resend it to you.
 
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End Polio - "We are this close" 2017-06-07 07:00:00Z 0
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We had a wonderful fellowship meeting.  Thank you to Doug and Nancy for sharing their store and taking us on a tour.  Ever wonder how you make a life size elephant?
 
 
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Thank you Steven for a wonderful year! Congratulations to Garrett our incoming president.  Garrett starts on July 1st! 
 
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Club Meeting - April 19th 2017-04-08 07:00:00Z 0
Our district grant has been approved!
 
We will be giving children from a local domestic violence shelter and foster programs a Star Wars experience.  We will help them to enjoy the new Star Wars movie, a pizza party, a photo booth and official Star Wars cosplayers. We will need 4-6 people to help with the event on Jan. 10 from 4:45pm to 7:30. If you are interested please contact Steven Lease via email, steven@stevenlease.com
 
Thank you to Shanna for bring this opportunity to our club.
Grant Approved! Star Wars Rogue One - Volunteers needed 2017-01-02 00:00:00Z 0
 
You’re now part of a global organization of people who apply their leadership, expertise, and diverse perspectives to solving social issues — and build lifelong friendships in the process. So, how do you want to get involved in Rotary?
 
Read the Rotary Basics
 
 
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This program is to help new members to meet current club members and for you to become familiar with the tools we use.

1. Log on to club runner to update your Profile and Biography - http://sierrapassport.com upper right click on "member area".

2. Take an existing club member to coffee to learn more about the club.

3. Visit another rotary club - https://www.rotary.org/en/search/club-finder or download the "Rotary Club Locator" app (apple or android)

4. Attend a board meeting.

  • Meetings are on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 5:30.
  • The location is emailed out to club members

5. New members create an account on Rotary.org https://www.rotary.org/myrotary/en/user/register

 

Our club meetings are held in Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct on the third Wednesday of the month at 5:30pm.  You will receive email updates for upcoming meetings and activities.

Thank you,
Sierra Passport Rotary

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I enjoy cruising around Facebook and finding all sorts of information and news about Rotary International and the Rotary Clubs. It gets especially fun when I see posts from Auburn Daybreak Passport Rotary club members. This was recently posted by Jeanne Schmidt Herron and I found it interesting to get what Passport means from a members view. Hope you enjoy and thank you Jeanne for posting this.  
 
 
"I was asked recently what Rotary Passport was, and I had so much fun responding. It is what you want it to be. I have been given the freedom to choose where and when to give: my time, talent and/or treasure...and share the love as a Rotarian. Knowing that I am apart of a bigger entity, I get to enjoy the satisfaction that my little drop (collectively) can make a pretty powerful kerplunk. For example: last month I was able to serve on a Saturday evening in Nevada County along side Area 4 Rotarian ( serving pull pork sandwiches) and the following morning check car owners into their poker run with the Lions Club and Forrest Hill Chamber Members. Then later that week I could financially send 4 non-Rotarians on a White water rafting trip to see what collective fun and fabulous shenanigans that Rotarians share, while I was walking a marathon for the American Red cross raising over $4000 for cancer research. The blessings that I receive from being a Rotarian far outways the contribution I make for others. But for now, I will respond... I "have Rotary Passport.. will travel". I'm hoping that others will come and check out what we are all about." ~ Jeanne Schmidt Herron-Owner Cruisers Car Wash-posted Sept. 30, 2016
 
 
A Members View Stacy L. Graham 2016-09-29 00:00:00Z 0
You have been invited to membership in Rotary because your sponsor recognized you as a person of good character and reputation, a leader in your profession. It will be through your own actions that you become a Rotarian—a term that means much more than just being a member of a Rotary Club.
 
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Data on the server is protected by TCP/IP filtering, firewall and anti-virus software that protect against any unauthorized intrusion. Backups of data are made daily and stored off-site.

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