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Speakers
Eliza Tudor
Sep 24, 2019
Nevada County Arts Council
Club Assembly
Oct 01, 2019
Dr. Dan Bibelheimer
Oct 08, 2019
International Service Project
No Noon Meeting
Oct 22, 2019
Pizza for Polio on Oct. 24
Breaking Down the Walls Program
Oct 29, 2019
Ready Springs School
Food Bag Stuffing
Dec 17, 2019
No Noon Meeting
Dec 24, 2019
Christmas Eve
No Noon Meeting
Dec 31, 2019
New Year's Eve
 
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Little Free Libraries Have Been Installed at Western Gateway Park and Williams Ranch School
 
 
Rotary Club of Penn Valley
PO Box 120
Penn Valley CA 95946
The Penn Valley Rotary Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, tax ID number 45-4183734, supporting many local and international projects. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Members and guests may use this convenient option to make payments and contributions. Please indicate the purpose of your payment in the space provided.
 
 
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Penn Valley! A fun, informal and friendly Rotary Club. Learn more about Rotary on this page.

Penn Valley

President 2019-20 Lindy Beatie welcomes you to Penn Valley Rotary's homepage

We meet Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
Players Pizza Pasta & More
10161 Commercial Ave.
Penn Valley, CA  95946
United States of America
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Are you interested in service to the community? Looking to join with community leaders in friendship, fun and fellowship in a great organization of leaders? Are you a business person, professional or community leader or have you retired from business?
 
Penn Valley Rotary welcomes those want to join leaders, exchange ideas, and take action to change the community. We welcome visitors interested in being part of our friendly group of community and business leaders. Visiting Rotarians and guests of Rotarians are always welcome to attend, too.
 
Rotarians are volunteers who work locally to combat hunger, provide humanitarian service, promote peace, build goodwill, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations under the motto Service Above Self.
 
Although our energies are targeted locally, we are also part of a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders.
 
Contact either of our Membership Co-Chairs Bob Kline or Doug McDonald  by email using the links on our home page.

Golf For Our Kids
In Support of PV Rotary Youth Programs
High School and Eighth Grade Leadership Programs, PV Little League, Scholarships
 
Sunday, October 6, 2019
Lake Wildwood Golf Course
 
 
Penn Valley Rotary Club is holding a charity golf event to support our many local youth programs.
Funds raised will be directed to youth programs in the Penn Valley area such as
Rotary Youth Leadership Awakening (High School Seniors)
Rotary Eighth Grade Leadership (Ready Springs)
Penn Valley Little League
College Scholarships
and many other activities benefitting our local youth
 
Here is your opportunity to pledge your support!
 
What:     Rotarians will be doing the golfing and are taking pledges based on their score
 
Where:   Lake Wildwood Golf Course
 
Time:      Sunday, October 6, 2019
 
Format:  A modified Stableford scoring
                5 points for an Eagle (2 under par)
                4 points for a Birdie (1 under par)
                3 points for Par
                2 points for a Boggie (1 over par)
                1 point for a Double Boggie (2 over par)
 
Your Part: Pledges will be taken for total points scored by your golfer in an 18-hole round. 
Or you can donate here to support this event, or contact us at dougmcdonald49@gmail.com for a pledge form.
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World Polio Day is Thursday, October 24!
Support Polio Eradication - Attend Pizza and Pints for Polio at Players!
 
Penn Valley Rotary will be raising funds to help Rotary eradicate polio in the world at Players Pizza. Players will be donating $1 for each pizza sold that day to Polio Plus, Rotary's polio eradication fund. Come out and enjoy a pizza, and help us do our part to end polio's devastating effects on children. Polio only exists in Pakistan and Afghanistan, thanks to Rotary. But there's plenty to be done to end the scourge of this illness.
 
Our members are deeply involved in the community. Here is a partial list of our projects:
 
Area 4 Rotary 400 Free Tree Giveaway
Bring a Friend Bar-be-que Fundraiser 
Holiday Food Baskets for needy local families
Instrumental Music Contest for high school students
Larry Bailey Scholarship
Penn Valley Rotary Club Foundation's Music in the Mountains-Richard G. Landis Making a Difference Scholarship
Rotarians at Work Day - An annual day of service
Rotary Clubs of Western Nevada County (Osher) Scholarship for Sierra College students
Rotary Read-In in the local schools
Scotch Broom Eradication Project with the Fire Safe Council
Speech Contest for high school students
Student-of-the-Month Programs
Western Gateway Park Bike Park Project Partners 
 
 
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Meeting Responsibilities
September 24
Greeter
Collins, Paula
 
Pledge
Corbett, Debbi
 
Invocation
England, Torie
 
4 Way Test
Favre, David
 
 
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President
Vice President
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Secretary
Treasurer
Sergeant-at-Arms
Club Administration Chair
Membership Chair
Publicity Chair
Rotary Foundation Chair
Service Chair
Youth Services Chair
 
 
 
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