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We are very fortunate to have Placerville CHP (new Commander Lt. Stover, new Community Outreach officer Rob Smith, and Community Resource / Public Information Officer Andrew Brown) provide an update on their programs and services to our community.
Lt. Stover has 18 years of diverse law enforcement experience ranging from patrol assignments in South Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Truckee, teaching cadets at the academy, and being in charge of field operations for the Capital Protection which had oversight of the SWAT team, bomb squad, bicycle patrol, and mounted patrol unit. Officer Rob Smith has been with the CHP for 15 years, and has held many assignments stretching as far south as San Diego. He is a drug recognition expert instructor, and enjoys teaching at local schools and law enforcement agencies. Officer Andrew Brown, a 10-year veteran, specializes in drug recognition and speed enforcement (radar/lidar). Prior to transferring to Placerville in 2015, he patrolled in San Francisco and Solano County.
The Baby Boom started 70 years ago when GI’s returned from WWII due to the “boom” in births. Baby boomers were 24% of the population in 2014, yet owned 61% of the businesses. The boomer generation became the most competitive generation in US history due to scarcity (not enough classrooms, colleges, jobs) and the formula for success (work harder, prioritize career.) Many women entered the work force and the start of families was delayed. By the late 80’s the boomers had expanded the average white collar work week to 54 hours.
The Area 6 Rotary Clubs ( Pollock Pines-Camino, Placerville, Cameron Park and Georgetown Divide) Foundaton Dinner was held at the Apple Mountain Golf Resort in Camino.
Internationally recognized educator Mutiu Fagbayi, of Lagos, Nigeria, was the guest speaker. Fagbayi is the President and CEO of the Oakland-based Performance Fact, Inc., which concentrates on education research and development of strategic planning for school improvement. He has founded agencies in Nigeria and the United States in support of education and clean water. His presentation included his observations of Foundation efforts in Nigeria and ways to use communications technology to increase the way we work with clubs in other countries.
The Sierra Ridge Middle School Music Department provided entertainment for the event.
District Governor Doug McDonald talked about the connectedness, accomplishments, and growing involvement of Rotary International.
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3201 Royal Drive
Cameron Park, CA 95682
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