| 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 |
| To Contact Staff: RCS Staff ||
Posted by RCS Staff on Sep 04, 2014
The Ride With Something For EVERYONE!
Event Volunteers Needed: http://goo.gl/9DDSKW
Click on link above to sign up to help.
Posted by Kevin Smith-Fagan on Oct 22, 2014
President Susan Sheridan opened the meeting by thanking wine reception sponsor Diane Mizell and thanking Randy Friedman for sharing his piano talents. Barbara Thompson delivered the Thought for the Day, and Dick Osen honored the onset of the World Series with a rousing rendition of Take Me Out to the Ball Game. Several Rotarians talked up this Saturday’s Sacramento Century fundraiser. Meeting sponsor Jay Lowden outlined the YMCA of Superior California’s vital services to more than 10,000 children as well as its multi-faceted work inspiring people of all ages to a healthier life.
Our Frolicking Fun Frauleins from Frankfurt (Elfrena Foord & Diane Woodruff) thanked all the volunteers that have signed up to help with the Sacramento Century. There is still a need for more hands if anyone can pitch in. Please contact Elfrena or Diane if you are available.
Kelley Moran and Gabriel Gendron offered up to $1,000 as a challenge to spur donations for Sacramento Century, their grand was met by an avalanche of generosity from the following club members:
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The Sacramento Century Committee would like to thank each and every person that has and is supporting the event with time, talent or treasure. It is appreciated more than words can express.
Chair of the Day Rob Scherer introduced the day’s guest speaker, Sacramento Bee restaurant critic Allen Pierleoni. A 28-year Bee veteran, Allen gamely fielded questions from all directions. Favorite lunch spot? Among his favorites are Waterboy, Sutter Street Steakhouse, Ruffhaus and Fabian’s (although alone at the top of his list is Tadich Grill in San Francisco). Which places to review? Allen specializes in “mom and pop” places and has often found that places with fewer menu items provide better quality; he is particularly interested in house specialties. Allen strives to be honest in his reviews without being unkind, but he didn’t spare Yelp: it’s “an extortion machine.”
Posted by RCS Staff on Oct 23, 2014
District Governor Fred Teichert is the executive director of the Teichert Foundation. He holds a bachelor's degree in history from Pomona College in Claremont and later studied philosophy at the University of Salzburg, Austria. He also earned a Master of Business Administration in 1994 from California State University, Sacramento. In 2009, the Board of Trustees of the California State University awarded Fred the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters.
Fred worked as a high school teacher in Monterey, California before he returned to Sacramento in 1977 to join A. Teichert and Son, a firm started by his great-great grandfather in 1887. He had worked in various capacities in the organization when the company established a foundation and turned to him to manage its assets and oversee its charitable activities.
Fred is married to Nancy Weaver Teichert and has three daughters, Mary, Elizabeth and Margaret, as well as three young grandsons.
Fred has been involved with dozens of community groups and was significantly involved in bringing Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Sacramento into being and saw the completion of their second complex (Teichert Branch). Among his many honors and awards are a National Silver Medallion from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America; the California Teachers Association’s Outstanding Community Advocate for Education Award; the League of Women Voters’ Civic Contribution Award; and the Robert T. Matsui Community Service Award. Fred is also a Sacramento Rotary Fellow and a Paul Harris Fellow.
Posted on Oct 17, 2014
Posted by Katrina Salazar on Oct 09, 2014
You are Invited to the
Rotary District 5180 Annual Foundation Dinner
Saturday November 1, 2014
Doubletree Hotel, Sacramento
6:00-7:00 No Host Cocktail Reception & Silent Auction
7:00 pm Dinner & Program
An evening of recognition, information and inspiration featuring Keynote Speaker:
Wyn Spiller, RRFC of The Rotary Foundation
Wyn is a Past District Governor of District 5190 (2008-2009) and is a member of the Rotary Club of Grass valley. Wyn and husband Steve share a deep commitment to our Rotary Foundation and its humanitarian work, including a special interest in the Rotary Peace Centers and Polio Eradication. They are Major Donors as well as Paul Harris Society and Bequest Society members.
Come support our own member, District Governor Fred Teichert with a great showing from our club! It will be a fun evening and one in which we will also get to celebrate our own clubs 2013-2014 club achievements in Annual Giving and recognize our Charter Paul Harris Society members.
To register, use the invitation that you receive from Club Runner or call the Rotary office. We will coordinate the registrations and submit to the district so that our members will be able to sit together. You will receive an invoice for payment from the Rotary Club of Sacramento after the event.
Posted by RCS Staff on Sep 10, 2014
The new 2014 - 2015 club rosters are now available. You can pick up your copy at the meeting on Tuesday, or they are available at the Rotary office.
Posted by RCS Staff on Oct 09, 2014
October 28, 2014 - Red Lion Woodlake
November 4, 2014 - Red Lion Hotel Woodlake
November 11, 2014 - NO Meeting - Veteran's Day
November 18, 2014 - Red Lion Hotel Woodlake
November 25, 2014 - NO Meeting
President Susan's Levels of Risk
$1000 - Bungee Jumping
$500 - Ultra Lighting
$250 - Whitewater Rafting
$100 - Bicycling
Cell Phone Fine - $100
Meeting Sponsor - $300