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Flexibility, Diversity & Service -The Rotary Passport One Way

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Ramada Inn (Location May Change so Verify on Club Website)
2600 Fulton Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95821
United States of America
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Next Meeting: May 14, 2020
Installation
Location to be Determined Soon
6:00pm - 7:30pm
 
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What's Happening at Passport One:
As we work through Shelter In Place, there is one way you can continue to give back to your community.  Several members of Rotary Passport One have gone out to donate blood over the last months.  This is a simple but important way to support our health care services.  Vitalant is taking reservations!  Don't forget that you can tell them the donation is being made on behalf of Passport, so they know who directed you to make your donation.
 
 
Rotary Passport One and the Rotary Club of of Roseville worked together to create Emergency Car Kits for The Taylor Housea home for at-risk girls and those transitioning from foster care as well as Care Baskets for Stand Up Placer,  a nonprofit agency providing a rape crisis hotline, peer counseling, and shelter for domestic violence victims.
Happy International Women's Day!
 
Rotary Passport One is always happy celebrate the women who make our club exceptional!  It is worth noting that 32 of the 55 current members of our club are women.  The next time someone tells you that Rotary is an organization for old men, tell them to think again!

 
Rotary Passport One packed and delivered over 65 drawstring backpacks filled with nonperishable food for the pre-k - 8th grade students at the Mustard Seed School run by Loaves & Fishes.  These bags are distributed to the kids when they leave for the weekend so they are guaranteed meals while not at school.  Also delivered was a check donated by member Adam Campbell to help with the schools other needs for the kids.
 

 

 
On a cold, but beautiful, Saturday morning, members of Passport One and the Rotary Club of W. Sac Centennial ventured to the Sacramento County National Cemetery to collect holiday wreaths placed at the headstones of our amazing veterans.  It's a moment we won't soon forget.