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Club News
 Membership chairperson, Anne Eckert represented the Club in presenting three members with their Blue Badges.  These were all honorary memberships as part of corporate memberships.  As part of Guthrie and Ellerman, a Professional Law Corporation, Kim Strand and Jennifer Fung received their blue badges.  Jana Ellerman said a few nice words of introduction about both of them.  Hal Young, part of Astute Wealth Management, was introduced by his son Ben.  We're thrilled to have three new Blue Badge members in the club.
  President Tiffany and Jim Buckley presented Tom Elken with his first Paul Harris Fellow plaque and pin.  Ulla Peterson was presented with her fifth Paul Harris Fellow award and was given a pin with 4 gems attached to it.
Brian James Planning and Marketing Manager with El Dorado County Transit Authority (El Dorado Transit) talked about the history, current operations and plans for his agency.  The service was established jointly by El Dorado County and the City of Placerville in 1975 to service locals, primarily those with disabilities and seniors in the Placerville area. In 1980 regular bus service was started for the western slope of the County. Commuter service to and from western El Dorado County and Sacramento was started in 1988. The Transit Service became a separate agency in January 1994. The Agency currently transports approximately 400,000 passengers each year. All operations, including most maintenance, are handled in-house. Brian showed a slide photo of their facility complex located in Diamond Springs. Their services include daily fixed local routes which have hourly schedules, the Highway 50 Express route between Placerville and Folsom, 11 daily commuter routes between the western slope and Sacramento, and demand response vehicles to transport disabled and senior passengers. Demand response services include “Dial-A-Ride” and Sac-Med Non-Emergency Medical Transportation. All Transit vehicles are wheel chair accessible. The El Dorado Hills local route will be discontinued shortly due to lack of ridership. They are currently developing updated plans for local and commuter routes.
Rotary International News
Holger Knaack selected to be 2020-21 Rotary International president

Holger Knaack selected to be 2020-21 Rotary International

Rotary members seek community solutions to opioid epidemic

Fathers turn pain into healing solutions

Rotary 110th convention brings world to Hamburg

Rotary brings the world to Hamburg  One of the city’s largest and most multi-cultural conventions will bring €24 million HAMBURG, Germany (30 April 2019)

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P. O. Box 366
Cameron Park, CA 95682
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