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Directors
President Susan Sheridan
President Elect David Cohen
Treasurer Linda Geery
Secretary Katrina Salazar
Sergeant-At-Arms John Lemmon
Executive Director Katrina Salazar
Director, Administration & Membership Bruce Hester
Director, Administration & Membership Amin Elmallah
Director, Administration & Membership Robyn DeLong
Director, Club Service Richard Osen
Director, Club Service John Swentowsky
Director, Communication & Public Relations Mark Huffman
Director, Community Service & Outreach Becki Roberts
Director, Community Service & Outreach Todd Andrews
Director, Community Service & Outreach Virginia Wade
Director, Foundation John Shelby
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Posted by RCS Staff on Aug 28, 2014

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The Rotary office will be closed on Monday, September 1st for Labor Day Holiday.  There will be NO meeting on Tuesday, September 2nd.

Posted by Kevin Smith-Fagan on Aug 27, 2014

 

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President Susan Sheridan opened the meeting by recognizing Charles Mitchell Vineyards for donating vino for the wine reception, (procured by Stephanie Foster), and saluted the talented Dick Wertz for lovely piano entertainment.

Amin Elmallah introduced the day’s invocator, Leisa Sinclair-Vick of The Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of Carmichael.

The group sang Happy Birthday to PP Rob Scherer! The big day is coming up quick, February 17. (His birthday in Rotary was today.)

Sergeant-at-arms John Lemmon exchanged club flags with visiting Rotarian Dick Russell of Crestview, FL. John also thanked today’s greeters, Michael Pearson and Käthe Nathan.

During club announcements, Stephanie Foster displayed the new Sacramento Century event t-shirt available for $20 and encouraged every Rotarian to get involved in this critical club fundraiser on October 25.

Katrina Salazar, representing the club’s Foundation, announced the foundation is accepting proposals for investment advisors through September 22, with an RFP available through the office.

As the chicken cordon bleu was cleared away, Chair of the Day Dick Osen introduced the featured speaker, Bee columnist and longtime political observer Dan Walters.

“The state of the state is…..so-so,” opined Walters.  Dan outlined the state’s slow emergence from economic recession, noting that the recovery has been weak, uneven and tenuous. State history, he noted, suggests another recession later in this decade.

One area of conspicuous economic growth has been the health care field, Dan reported, due in part to an aging population: we are “very quickly going from Golden State to grey state.” 

Working against California are factors including a high tax load, a highly regulated business environment, an uncertain water supply, the nation’s worst traffic congestion and gas taxes, and a neglected infrastructure visible in highway pavement among the nation’s worst. 

Above all those concerns, Dan fingered the biggest culprit: electeds unwilling to make tough decisions, opting instead for small expediencies over systemic fixes. 

As he closed his remarks, the ever-upbeat Walters reminded the club that “pensions are going to eat city governments alive.”

Thank you to our ever-generous members who made contributions this week, including: Jim Phillips to PH & EM celebrating the two 92 year olds that made the Yosemite hike, PP Jack Bowker to EM for enjoying the Yosemite hike. Jim Craig to PP Thom Gilbert’s EM, for being a great Rotary president & his participation in Boy Scouts, Tom Bacon to his EM for being thankful for getting his daughter off to college & his mention in the Business Journal. To Valerie Piotrowski to her EM for enjoying her new position at the Citrus Heights Chamber of Commerce as well as Becki Roberts to her EM, also for her new position at Sierra Vista Bank. To Todd Andrews contributing to his EM for the rights to brag about his daughter Winnie & Steve Lamon to his PH celebrating his lifelong connection to RYE and for introducing 3 new RYE students (Taro Kita, Edwardo Rodriguez, & Jennifer Jamilosa). And finally to our G4K Tournament winners, PP Peter Dannenfelser II to his PH & EM, PP Jon Snyder and PP Wes Yee to their next PH.

Posted on Aug 13, 2014

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          Register at: SacramentoCentury.com

Posted by Katrina Salazar on Aug 28, 2014

Request for Proposal for

Investment Management Services

The Rotary Club of Sacramento Foundation would like to announce that as part of its regular due diligence process, it will be accepting Proposals for Investment Management Services through September 22, 2014.  The Request for Proposal criteria is available upon request.  Please direct inquiries to the Executive Director at info@rotarysacramento.com to receive additional information.

Sincerely,

Katrina L. Salazar, CPA, MBA

Executive Director

Rotary Club of Sacramento

355 Commerce Circle

Sacramento, CA 95815

(916) 929-2992

www.rotarysacramento.com

“Where Leaders Meet to Serve”

Posted by RCS Staff on Aug 28, 2014

WELCOME                   FAREWELL                   MEMORIAL

Tom Bacon - 8/5           Jim Martin - 8/1            Mary Healy - 8/8

                                                                     Bill Underwood - 8/15

Posted on Jul 17, 2014

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Bungee Jumping - $1000                                    Ultra Lighting - $500  
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Whitewater Rafting - $250                                 Chicken Out - $100     
Posted by RCS Staff on Aug 13, 2014

NOTE: Starting in July **Meeting Day Now On Tuesday**

September 2, 2014 - NO Meeting - Labor Day Holiday

September 9, 2014 - Red Lion Woodlake

September 16, 2014 - Red Lion Woodlake

September 23, 2014 - Red Lion Woodlake

September 30, 2014 - Red Lion Woodlake

 

News
Aug 22, 2014
by RCS Staff

The following applicant has been proposed for membership and has given permission for his name and proposed classification to be published.

Comments relating to this proposed new members' classification must be in writing and received by the Executive Director of the Club prior to August 29, 2014.

 Prospect:          Pam Saltenberger
  Business:         Girl Scouts
  Position:           CEO - Retired
  Classification:   ASSOCIATIONS - Girl Scouts
  Sponsors:         Susan Sheridan And Norm Marshall

Jun 30, 2011
by RCS Staff
The Roster and Online Directory are provided for the members of The Rotary Club of Sacramento
Aug 02, 2012
by RCS Staff

The new District Newsletter is available for viewing by all Club members.  See the current issue in our "download" section or visit the district website at www.rotary5180.org

Jul 08, 2009
by RCS Staff
May 27, 2009
by RCS Staff
Paul Harris Fellow and Eddie Mulligan Fellow
Aug 02, 2012
by RCS Staff
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President Susan's Levels of Risk

$1000 - Bungee Jumping

$500 - Ultra Lighting

$250 - Whitewater Rafting

$100 - Chicken Out

Cell Phone Fine - $100

Meeting Sponsor - $300

Club Events
RCOS President's Breakfast Red Lion Hotel
Sep 11, 2014 07:30 AM - 08:30 AM
Senior Gleaners Work Day Sept 20, 2014 Seniors Gleaners
Sep 20, 2014 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sacramento Century Start & Finish - Capitol Mall & 6th Street
Oct 25, 2014
Speakers
Sep 09, 2014
TBD
Sep 16, 2014
Mayor of Sacramento
Sep 23, 2014
MIND Institute, UC Davis Health Systems
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