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Swanston Community Center
2350 Northrop Ave
Sacramento, CA  95825
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Our Passport One Club is now meeting every other month at a new location
Next Meeting: December 13
Swanston Community Center
2350 Northrop Ave. (4 miles from the Ramada Inn on Fulton)
Join us for our 3rd general membership meeting of the year and celebrate the holidays in Passport One style!  Watch your emails for more details.
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What's Happening at Passport One:
Huge Meeting Announcement!
You don’t want to miss our December 13th meeting. It is an opportunity to mingle with your Passport One friends and learn about all we are doing in our club.
PLUS—we have a great speaker, District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert!!
Also if you like to bake, bring two dozen of your favorite Christmas cookies. Bring the recipe too, so we can put it in the newsletter. Only HOMEMADE cookies please.
We had great food, fun and games at our holiday party on Saturday. Those who attended donated to our “Golden Giving” program. We collected $265 which will go a long way in providing necessities, gifts and goodies to seniors we have adopted in a local Care Home.
Holidays Around The World!
What a great night celebrating the Rotary Foundation!  We enjoyed a delicious dinner while recognizing clubs and individuals for their contributions to the Foundation. The keynote speaker for the evening was John Matthew, the International Director for Zone 25/26 and there was special entertainment by the singing group Auburn Road. Our Passport Club received special recognition for our contributions to End Polio Now. Special thanks for President Carol for the wonderful table decorations (enjoy your award-winning wines)!
Thank you!
Thank you to all of you who came out to Mimi's Café in Roseville on October 24. Thanks to you we gave $480 to The Rotary Foundation 5180 PolioPlus just by coming out and eating some tasty food with some wonderful people!


Last weekend, your fellow Rotary Passport members contributed to packing 606,744 meals over three days for Feed My Staving Children at William Jessup University in Rocklin. It was the most meals that the organization has packed in the nine years they've been holding the event. Thank you to those of you that volunteered!

On October 4th, we had a fantastic evening at the Swanson Community Center for our general club meeting. Roxanne Snyder did our "Rotary Minute" and Seifi Ibssa spoke about his personal experience with the Rotary Foundation. In addition, Val Mebust, President of the Rotary Club of Roseville, present a $500 check to our club for volunteering at their fireworks booth.
We celebrated Rotarians of the Month Sam and Pat (for August) and Bill Bowen (for September), Bill and Joanne Tanner for receiving their second Paul Harris Fellow pins, and we had a special celebration to Kelly Byam for achieving the Foundation Triple Crown!
We closed out the evening with a wonderful presentation by members of Canine Companions, Inc. and their amazing service dogs! It was a entertaining night at a great new location!
Last Thursday we had a wonderful partner meeting with The Rotary Club of Roseville. Everyone at the meeting was introduced so we could all learn about each other. Then our very own President Carol Langley spoke about our club. Then Roseville's youth exchange student spoke about her home country of Switzerland. Then, our very own Eric James hosted a Roseville versus Passport version of Rotary Feud. It was a wonderful lunch and a great meeting!
A fabulous night with our new members getting everyone up to speed with all things Rotary Passport One and being creative as Eric James took the role of Game Show Host and played a round of
Who Wants to be a Millionaire Rotary Style!