Night at the Museum
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Marilee MonaganBrent SeizerMarch 7
Rich RyanMelinda RyanMarch 9
Richard HansenMargaret HansenMarch 11
Sam MorganDick BiddleApril 7
Robert MeyerDayme MeyerApril 14
Mo McBrideChuck McBrideApril 20
John HallstenJune HallstenApril 22
Richard HansenMarch 2, 199223 years
Gene LongApril 2, 20123 years
Marilee MonaganApril 19, 199916 years
Sam MorganApril 21, 199718 years
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What Have We Been Up To?
Rotaract Club Back-Pack Drive
The Rotaract Club of Sacramento State University organized a Back-Pack and School Supply Drive for the kids at the Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento. In the photo attached is; To the left is Rich Ryan – CFO at the Receiving Home, middle is Angie Burkley – Vice President & PE, right is Brian Tolentino – President of the Rotaract Club.
Special thanks goes to Rotarians; Sam Morgan, Jeff Donlevy, Pat Magnani, Bob Meyer, Rich Ryan & Roland Wright for their donations to make this happen. The Sac State Rotaract Club donated items to stock them with such as; warm gloves, rulers, binders, pens, pencils, paper and puzzles.
The Optimist are very excited to receive our donation of $250 for their Holiday Gift Basket program.
We helped putting together the baskets on December 17th from 5pm – 7pm at the Zion Lutheran Church.
Rotarians helping were Roland Wright, Jeff Donlevy and Daughter, Rich Ryan, Maureen McBride and Pat Magnani.
Wow! what a wonderful bunch of gift food boxes to support our community in need...
Rotary Scholarships Awarded in North Highlands Area
President Rich Ryan and PP Roland Wright with scholarship recipients Corey, Mykala, Rachael, Breonna, Mitzi, Taylor, Luke and Laura.
The Rotary Club of Foothill-Highlands awarded scholarships to students from area schools including: Antelope High School, Center High School, Foothill High School, Highlands High School, Natomas Charter School, Rio Linda High School and CSU, Sacramento. Students were given an opportunity to give a brief synopsis of their educational status, to describe their educational ambitions and to discuss their future community service goals. Each student was given a framed certificate and presented with a check for $500.
Dinner with R.I. President Ron D. Burton
District Grant Project at the Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento
District 5180 Club-level speech contest
This year’s theme “Engage Youth... Change Lives”
From Antelope High School were Teacher and Speech Coach Matt Parris, Students Benjamin Logan and Courtney Long and Speech Contest Chairman Bob Spears.
November Fellowship Outing 1st Annual Patrick Magnani Wine Tasting Contest!
Andrew J. Smith Jr.
August 3, 1929 to November 6, 2013
Paul Harris Fellow,
Charter Member and Past President
of the Rotary Club of Foothill-Highlands
Services for Andrew J. Smith were held at Mount Vernon Memorial Park and Mortuary, 8201 Greenback Lane in Fair Oaks on Wednesday, November 13th at 10:00 A.M.
Foothill Highlands Rotarians and former members attending the service included: David Stone, Duke Hoffelt, Joe Kaiser, Kenny Whitsett, Dominic Mecklenburg, John Hallsten, Gordon Lipp, Erik Nooren, Roland Wright, Bob Spears, Maureen McBride, Bob Meyer, Chuck McBride, Patrick Magnani, Marilee Monagan and Janet Fazekas (not pictured)
Vocational Tour of the Recycling Industries plant on Watt ave. in North Highlands. Hosting our vocational tour was Rotarian Jeff Donlevy, Business Development Manager for Recycling Industries and David Kuhnen, General Manager and CFO. Rotarians on hand for the tour were: PP Sharon Bias, John Hallsten, Richard Hansen, PP Joe Kaiser, PP Maureen McBride, PP Bob Meyer, PE Rich Ryan, PP David Stone, PP Lee Wiggins and PP Roland Wright.
“Bring A friend To Rotary Day”
“Bring A friend To Rotary Day” featured a presentation by Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna
Photo of Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna and President Patrick Magnani
Monthly Fellowship continues with
Rotary Bowling Day!
On Saturday, August 17th, the Foothill Highlands Rotary Club had a BOWLING DAY, marking the 2nd event in a series of monthly fellowship activities for this year. 18 were present for this recreational activity.
Amazing video of President Patrick