Meeting Notes from February 16, 2023
The meeting was opened by President Ryan Jantzen leading the Pledge of Allegiance.  Bob Mange gave the Invocation.
Secretary Jim Padgett introduced visiting Rotarians and guests.  Irv Dickson introduced his guest, Jan Nolan, and then told us that she is his fiancee.  Congratulations Irv.  Jim also announced that Charlie Grows bought the bar as he has a new granddaughter who is also named Charlie.  Congratulations Charlie and thanks for the drinks.
The Twin Lakes Food Bank Shed project to install the roof and paint the shed will be Saturday, February 18 at 9 am. 
Our next project will be Saturday, February 25 at 9 am to do some yard cleanup and other work for Candy Miller. 
Rotoberfest is June 4.  Chairman Frank Ali needs members to join the committee.  Please contact him if you would like to help on this fundraiser.
Trudy Nygren will be the Community Service Direct on Justin Raithel's Board of Directors for 2023/2024.  She has asked members to provide her with ideas you might have to help our community.  She is also looking for a project that we can do on April 15 which is District 5180 Service Day.
Paul Bonaventure received a Paul Harris +7 pin.  It was presented by John Messner, Ken Stuart. President Ryan, and Steve Turner, District Governor Nominee.
President Ryan, Paul, Steve, John, and Ken
Trudy Nyrgen received a Paul Harris +3 pin.
John, President Ryan, Steve, Trudy, and Ken
Ramesh Dontha levied fines.
Ramesh misplaced his MAGIC CARPET so he asked the Hoffman Brothers to step in.
Our speaker, Roger Neillo, had to cancel due to illness.  Ryan Jantzen introduced Steve Turner, District Governor Nominee for Rotary year 2024/2025, who shared with us District news. 
Twin Lakes Food Bank Shed Project
On Thursday, February 9, John Messner, Dan Nitz, and Chuck Thurman built the foundation for the new shed at Twin Lakes Food Bank.  The Food Bank had a metal garden shed that was destroyed in the winds from the recent storms.  The shed is located behind the Mount Olive Lutheran Church on Montrose Drive in Folsom.  
On Saturday, February 11, several Rotarians built the new shed, made of wood.  Rotary Annes were there providing breakfast and drinks.  On Saturday, February 18, a smaller workforce painted the shed and installed the roof.  This project was paid for by the club and Rotary Annes contributed $500 to the cost of the shed.
The painting/roofing work crew in front of the completed shed on February 18.
Justin Raithel, Charles Grows, Bob Hoffman, John Messner, Ryan Jantzen, Chuck Thurman, and Dan Nitz.
To see more photos of the shed project, go to Twin Lakes Shed on our club's website.
March Birthdays and Anniversaries
Happy Birthday to the following members:
  • Bob Mange - March 3
  • Jim Ortega - March 5
  • Frank Woods - March 20
  • Dave Doherty - March 22
Happy Anniversary to the following couple:
  • Dave and Terri Doherty - March 24 - 37 years
Feb 23, 2023
Showering teachers with cash for great projects
Mar 02, 2023
India Service Projects
Mar 09, 2023
High School Speech Contest
Mar 16, 2023
St. Patrick's Day FUN!
Mar 23, 2023
What's happening in Sacramento from the DA's perspective
Mar 30, 2023
What's happening at FLC
Apr 06, 2023
what we need to know from Washington D.C.
Apr 13, 2023
NASA Artemis Program
Apr 20, 2023
What she's learned on her Rotary Youth Exchange
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