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Do you want to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.

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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.
There will be no lunch meeting on January 24th.  Instead, members were encouraged to go to the Foundation Dinner on Jan. 24th, at the low cost of $34 per person at the Cold Springs Golf and Country club.  DG Tina will be there, and she is going to be auctioning off 13 ties that were autographed by our RI President to benefit the Foundation.
Charlie Basham spoke about Placerville's Gold Bug Park and Mine.  He is president of the park’s nonprofit development committee.  The park's mission is to bring the California Gold Rush to life.  The park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and as a Point of Historic Interest on the California Registry.  The park consists of 61 acres and has a Rock Museum, the Priest Mine, and miles of trails.
Charlie is looking for volunteers to engage with 7,000 students and 35,000 tourists a year from 35 countries.  Some of the marketing efforts by Charlie and other volunteers include: Offering media tours, writing newspaper articles, getting the PBS's Nova to do shows about the park and its geology, and holding a World Gold Panning Championship.
Charlie told us something about the California Gold Rush history, including that the people who got richest were not the miners, but people who sold things to the gold miners.  John Studebaker got his start by building wheelbarrows and selling them to the miners for $10 each.  He eventually went back East to Indiana to form the Studebaker car company.
 
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3201 Royal Drive
Cameron Park, CA 95682
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Cameron Park Country Club
3201 Royal Dr.
Cameron Park, CA  95682
United States of America

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