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Next Meeting: March 5, 2020
Joint Meeting with Rotary Club of Roseville
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12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
 
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What's Happening at Passport One:
 
Rotary Passport One is proud to once again be hosting Wined Up for Youth on May 16, 2020 at the Citrus Heights Community Center.  This is our annual fundraiser for youth programs in the community and allows us to sponsor young people for Rotary Youth Leadership Awards and other meaningful programs.  This year should be unique as we are trying a new location and coordinating with Rotary District 5180 to hold the event with the District's awards celebration.  You can find more information at www.winedupforyouth.com.

 
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.

 
Join us on January 9, 2020 as we take a tour of the new Rise Against Hunger facility and learn how Rotary is helping them make a difference for people all over the world.  Along with that theme, we will be packing weekend food bags for the students at the Mustard Seed School, which is run by Loaves & Fishes.   It's a full evening and is sure to be a lot of fun!  
 
As we get ready for a new decade, the members of Rotary Passport One wish you Happy Holidays!  Our next meeting will be a special opportunity for service as we join Rise Against Hunger on January 9, 2020 for a meal packing event at their Sacramento facility.  Please remember to bring a nonperishable food item, as we will also be collecting food for local students in need.
 
Rotary Passport One was thrilled to celebrate the life and service of Past District Governor and current Passport member Sam Anderson.  Sam has had long commitment to Rotary service and was the District 5180 Governor in 2001-2002.  We were also honored to be joined by Past Rotary International President Rick King who spoke eloquently about how his time as President taught him to value the people who serve Rotary and step forward to take action and support their communities.  In his eyes, Sam was one of those special Rotarians who always did what he said he would do and could be counted on through thick and thin.  Other members of Rotary Passport One, including President Leigh-Ann Reinero, Founding President Michael Reinero, Past District Governor Janice Gage, and Al Frumkin also shared memories of how  Sam has served Rotary and the community over the years.