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Speakers
Carolyn Feuille
Jan 21, 2020
International Projects
Alex Rosprim
Jan 28, 2020
Studies in the South Pacific
Stan Zabka
Feb 04, 2020
Adventures in Hollywood - Part 2
Mark Bailey
Feb 11, 2020
Rotary Convention in Hamburg
High School Speech Contest
Feb 25, 2020
5PM Social & Dinner - 5:30PM Meeting
Pizza For Polio - No Noon Meeting
Mar 31, 2020 5:00 PM
Informal Evening Gathering for Club Members - $1 Per Pizza Donated to Polio Plus
No Noon Meeting
Apr 07, 2020
Easter Week
No Noon Meeting
Jun 30, 2020
President's Demotion Dinner
Home Page Stories
 
     
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
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10161 Commercial Ave.
Penn Valley, CA 95946
United States of America
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From the bottom of our hearts, the Rotary Club of Penn Valley and the Nevada Union Interact Club would like to thank the residents of Lake Wildwood for participating in this year's Christmas tree recycling pick up event on Saturday, January 4.  Also our thanks to the following folks for making this project possible:
 
Project organizer Greg Marshall.
 
Truck Drivers: Gene Vander Plaats, Bruce Golder, Mark Bailey, Gordon Beatie, Ryan Beatie, and John Sears of John Sears Landscape Management.
 
Interact students along with volunteer Rick Nolle, Amy Bouck, David and Melissa Rosprim, Randall Bouck and Tiffany; 
 
John Moss, General Manager of Rental Guys for lending us 3 trailers for the morning, the Lake Wildwood Association for the publicity, LWW Security and Public Works for the logistics, Mac McGill for helping us navigate the disposal.
 
It was a pleasure to be of service to our community.

       That's a bunch of trees!

The team is taking over from the Boy Scouts, after 35 years. Donations can still be made payable to the Rotary Club of Penn Valley, PO Box 120, Penn Valley 95946.

The Rotary Club of Penn Valley just completed its annual Food Basket Project. This Project distributes food “baskets” to 30 needy Penn Valley families. The supplies provide groceries for a traditional holiday dinner (turkey and the fixings) as well as meals for the holiday school break.

The baskets consist of three reusable grocery bags filled with both non-perishable (cereals, sandwich makings, soup, spaghetti, hot chocolate mix, etc.) and perishable items (carrots, apples, cuties, bread, dinner rolls), along with a turkey and a five-pound bag of potatoes.

Baskets and bags are ready to go!

Joanie and Debbi load the bags in their cars for delivery to the schools

The baskets are augmented with groceries collected during the schools’ food drives. Funds for this project are raised by community members donating their WOW points (loyalty program at Holiday Market) to the Rotary Club of Penn Valley (Code #476).

The Rotary Club would like to thank all those folks that donated their WOW points to make this community project successful! The PTC at Ready Springs and Williams Ranch also donate funds. The Club would also like to thank Holiday Market, The Union/NCCA and the Delta Windjammers DGC/OTB Discs for donating the reusable grocery bags.

This is a very generous community! Thank you!

Debbi Corbett, Chair

Food Basket Project

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.
In Three Years, Penn Valley Rotary Will
 
Membership
> Have 45 Members
> Reach Out to Members Who Have Not Attended a Meeting
Our Club Foundation
> Contribute $15K Annually to Local Projects
> Continue to Support Youth Leadership Scholarships (RYLA and REGL)
The Rotary Foundation
> Have 100% Sustaining Members
> Apply for District Service Grants Every Year
Youth Services
> Organize An Award-Winning Interact Club at Ready Springs School
> Provide Continued Support for RYLA and REGL
Community Service
> Focus on Projects at Western Gateway Park
> Provide Food Baskets for 40 Families Twice Annually
Club Service
> Have Monthly Fellowship or Service Projects
> Have Developed A Leadership Succession Plan
Vocational Service
> Have A Strong Connection with Local Schools and Youth Programs
> Collaborate with 4-H, Chamber, Farms to Strengthen Local Economy
Club Fundraisers
> Be the Lead Organizer for the Daffodil Run
> Have an Art, Wine and Food Show in the Park
International Service
> Support and Fund International Projects Annually
> Support Young Girls' Projects in Other Countries
Public Image
> Have a Monthly Rotary Column in TWI
> Have Signage at All Events Detailing How We Serve
 
 
Weekly Bulletins
Rotary Spoke
Jan 21, 2020
Meeting Responsibilities
January 21
Greeter
Mastrodonato, Mike
 
Pledge
McCabe, Jim
 
Invocation
McDonald, PDG Doug
 
4 Way Test
Nolle, Rick
 
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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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