Club Updates

10.18.11 Update


PRESIDENT & VICE PRESIDENT – Talk to them by e-mailing [email protected] or [email protected] !

Board Meeting – Monday, October 24th, 7:10pm-8pm @ Wellman 127

Board meetings are open to the public. Come to learn more about upcoming events and be a part of the planning process.

SERVICE – Want to volunteer with us or have any questions? email [email protected] !

Trick or Treating for CANS Part 1 – Sunday, October 23rd

We will be passing out flyers in the Davis area to promote our can food drive.

Fall Festival & Set Up – Friday, October 28th, 8am-12pm & Saturday, October 29th, 8am-1pm @ Davis Central Park

We will be inflating balloons, bunching balloons and putting cornstalks around the Davis Farmers Market pavilion pillars on Friday, October 28th.  Staff the Pie-by-the-Slice booth for Fall Festival on Saturday, October 29th.

Trick or Treating for CANS Part 2 –  Sunday, October 30th @ TBA

We will be collecting cans. Rides and such will be coordinated.

Hunger Lunch – Wednesday, October 18th, 10am-1pm (1 hour shifts) @ The Silo, in front of  Thai Truck

Help serve rice, beans and cornbread!

FINANCE – Shoot an e-mail to [email protected] for any questions regarding fundraisers and all that money business!

Battle for the Golden Horseshoe Football Game vs. Cal Poly – Saturday, November 5th, 1:30pm @ Aggie Stadium

Come help us run our first concession stand! We will need 20 people to help us run and sell food!

MEMBERSHIP – Want to meet new people and make some sweet friends? Talk to [email protected]!

Halloween costume contest – Tuesday, October 25th, 6:10pm @ Olson 6

Come dressed to the next general meeting in your Halloween costume and bring your friends!  We will be giving away free t-shirts to those with the best costumes!

Corn Maze – Saturday, October 22nd, 6:00pm @ Dixon

Get in the Halloween spirit and come join us out on a Saturday evening to navigate through the eerie corn stalks of Dixon!  We will be meeting at the Tennis Courts at 6:00 pm, be there early so we can leave by then!  Bring warm clothing, a flashlight, and at least $10 for entrance into the maze.

Halloween Themed Movie Marathon – Friday, October 21st, 6:00pm-12:00am @ Sam’s Apartment

Come join us for a Friday night marathon of scary themed movies! The event will be a potluck, so please bring food and snacks (salads, drinks, cookies, ice cream, popcorn, etc.) for everyone to enjoy!  Feel free to bring your own horror movie and everyone there will vote on what to watch :D

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT – Want to get started in the professional world? Contact [email protected]!

Internship with USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS)

Apply at

The Culture C.O.-O.P.

For more information, email Sandy Holman, [email protected]

Public Advocates Inc.

For more information, email Carrie Piper, [email protected] or visit Include resume and a brief cover letter. 

PUBLICITY – Want to learn more? Publicity would love to hear from you! E-mail [email protected]!

4th General Meeting – Tuesday, October 25th, 6:10pm-7:00pm @ Olson 6

Join us next Tuesday to learn about new volunteering opportunities, fundraisers, and of course spending time with your fellow Rotaractors! :]

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

HISTORIANS – Like taking pictures? E-mail [email protected] and let them know!

Pictures Online?

Curious about the pictures that have been taken at past events? Check out our Shutterfly at Pictures are updated weekly.

Got Pictures?

Took pictures at an event? Want to contribute to the Rotaract photo collections? Send us an email or find us after the meeting to arrange a way to get those pictures to us.

Membership Calendar

Want to find out what we have planned for you? Link the Campus Rotaract calendar with your own by adding [email protected] to your Google calendar to keep up-to-date with the latest events!

INTERNATIONAL CHAIR – Interested in our international service projects?  E-mail [email protected] !

International Project: Make Agent Orange History

We will be supporting non-governmental agencies who help fund early detection, prevention and education for the disabled. They also provide critical services to the poorest disabled children in Vietnam, including those affected by exposure to Agent Orange/dioxin. In addition, these agencies provide direct assistance to help those affected find jobs, attend school, and attain prosthetic devices.

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