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MEETING LOCATION CHANGE AGAIN

Due to administrative changes at the Swanston Center 
our February meeting will be back at
our original location
 
Next Meeting: February 7, 2019
Fulton Room at the Ramada Inn
2600 Auburn Blvd, Sacramento 95821
 
Join us for our 4th general membership meeting
Celebrate Peace and Love the Passport One way! 
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Ramada Sacramento
2600 Fulton Avenue
Sacramento, CA  95821
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What's Happening at Passport One:
 
February General Meeting
 
 
This Thursday, come hear our very own Kwame Acquaah, Chair of the District 5180 Peace Committee, talk about what our district and Rotary International are doing to spread peace across the globe.
 
Due to administrative changes at the Swanston Center 
our February meeting will be back at
our original location
 
Next Meeting: February 7, 2019
Fulton Room at the Ramada Inn
2600 Auburn Blvd, Sacramento 95821
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Game Night!!
 
 
On January 24th, we had our Rotary Passport Game Night! We had a great time getting to know each other better while playing games. Everyone who came was and winner and we all had a lot of fun. Let's do it again soon!
 
 
 
December General Meeting
 
 
We were privileged to have Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert speak to us at last week’s club meeting. She talked about issues that face those in law enforcement agencies today, and what we can expect in the future. She also told us about the importance DNA plays in solving crimes that couldn't be solved in the past. D. A. Schubert is nationally recognized as a DNA expert.
She brought Jeff Shelley with her to our meeting. He is the chief crime investigator for the county.
Anne Marie Schubert believes in the importance of her office being involved in our community. She is an avid supporter of our district’s Human Trafficking effort.
 
In addition we held a raffle at our meeting with great prizes with all proceeds going to the Butte County District’s Fire Victims Fund. Sara got busy collecting items and organizing all the details. We were please (and proud) to raise $510.
We send a big THANK YOU to all of you who purchased tickets as well as a special thank you to Sara Thornos for all she did to make it happen. Another thank you goes to Michele Mutoza who assumed the job of chief ticket seller. It is very hard to say no to Michele.