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Next Meeting: July 11, 2019
Fulton Room at the Ramada Inn
2600 Auburn Blvd, Sacramento 95821
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Join us for our 1st general membership meeting
and visit with District Governor Ray!
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Ramada Sacramento
2600 Fulton Avenue
Sacramento, CA  95821
United States of America
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What's Happening at Passport One:
Installation Dinner
Join us on Thursday, June 20th, when we will install Leigh-Ann Reinero as our Passport One President for 2019-2020.

Our theme for the evening will be Mickey Mouse and his Disney friends.
Please dress in your favorite Disney gear.
Thursday, June 20, 2019
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Ramada Inn (2600 Auburn Blvd, Sacramento)
$25 for guests
One Day District Conference
Our Passport Club was well represented at this year's special One-Day District Conference. Our club won the Silver Award in each of the six categories  (Foundation, Youth Service, Administration, Membership, Service Projects, and Public Image). In addition, our President Carol Langley received the Platinum Inspirational Leadership Award for all of her hard work on our Newsletter.
On May 17th, Rotarians from clubs in our district as well as members of the community, Rotaractors, high school football players, church groups and a multitude of other volunteers met at Rusch Park Community Center and packed over 70,000 meals that will be distributed to those in need throughout the world.
Our Passport One club was well represented with volunteers. Jim Quinney, a member of our club, is the director for Rise Against Hunger in the Sacramento area.
Our first club fundraiser “Wine’d Up for Youth” could not have happened without the support and hard work of so many Passport One members. The event was everything we hoped for. We had a variety of wonderful wines and delicious food for patrons to sample. The hit of the evening was the RYE (Rotary Youth Exchange) students who each made food from his or her home country.
A special shout out goes to our hard working past president, Dwight Chambers. The Wine’d Up event was his vision, and he chaired the fundraising committee. The group met weekly for months making sure every detail was covered.
Our amazing President Elect, Leigh-Ann Reinero, went to other Rotary club meetings to sell tickets.
We are so grapeful that Ms. Grape (past president, JoAnne Tanner) went everywhere (including channel 10) to promote the evening.
We don’t have the final figures for the event, but we will share the results when we get them. We were raising money for our club, but also for RYE and other youth programs. They were excited to know they will share in the proceeds.