Welcome to the Rotary Club of Cameron Park

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Club News
 Mike Dugan and Bill Hughes were the primary organizers of our club's well-organized and fun 50th anniversary party/meeting.  Past-president Tiffany returned just in time to come up and help President Dave announce some projects that received District Awards:
  • Club Service Project of the Year: Community Showcase; Bill Hughes, Mike Dugan
  • Community Service: Bicycle Project; Joe Ryan, Steve Long, Dave Crofut
  • Public Image: Social Media, Website, Gear Up Newsletter: Vickie Christiansen, Jim Buckley, Tom Elken
  • Vocational Service: Observatory & Sky Theatre: Art Cort, Bill Gallant
  District Governor-Elect Roberta (Berta, right) was there to congratulate the club in achieving this milestone and to encourage someone from the club to step up as club president-elect for the 2020-21 year when she will be District Governor.
Ben Foulk led the club in a rousing rendition of "Happy Birthday" to celebrate the 50 year anniversary, followed by "America the Beautiful."  The winner of our local club and District 5190 Speech Contest, Carter, was here once more to entertain us with his oratorical talents, giving us all ideas on how we can be inspirational to others.  Carter's plans are to major in political science at either U.C. Berkeley or U.C. San Diego.
Art (G. Arthur) Cort, the only current member of our club who was also a Charter Member got up and spoke a few words about how this all began in 1969.  Art was the first Secretary, accepting the position with the promise that he would only have to serve for 1 year.  Two years later, Art became the third President for the club.  Art and Bob Clarke are the only two members of the club who live in Latrobe.  In the past, Bob used to call Art and ask if he could drive them both to club meetings in his 1937 DeSoto -- talk about arriving in style!
Thanks to Laurie Edwards for recording much of the 50th Anniversary meeting in pictures!
Barry Harwell is the Director of Sierra Child and Family Services.  This foster placement and foster-adopt agency with outpatient mental health clinics has been serving El Dorado County since 1988.  Barry brings professional and highly skilled staff and clinicians to assist our foster families and schools in our county.
Jim Buckley and Vickie Christensen presented a quick overview on our Club website which uses ClubRunner software to provide it's functionality.  They also described how you can access several of these capabilities on your smartphone by installing the ClubRunner app (It's icon is a white "CR" on a blue background).  If you don't have a login to our https://www.cameronparkrotary.org/ website or are not able make full use of the smartphone app, you can contact Jim Buckley to provide you with your login name and an initial password.
Some capabilities of our website can be accessed without logging in, such as seeing recent Gear Up newsletters to see who is the upcoming speaker and where the upcoming meeting will be held.  With a login, you can use the Club Directory function or the smartphone app to quickly get the contact information of other members, or send an e-mail to all or a large number of members without much effort.  You can also look at your own contact info and correct it if there are any errors or outdated information. 
Please contact Jim Buckley about getting a login, he is eager to assist you!
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P. O. Box 366
Cameron Park, CA 95682
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