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Welcome the Elk Grove Rotary Club!

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Chason’s Crab Stadium
8839 Sheldon Rd
Elk Grove, CA  95624
United States
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Speakers
Jun 01, 2016
Gary Davis (Elk Grove Mayor)
Update on City Issues
Jun 08, 2016
Fawzia Keval - Director, PreK-6 Education, EGUSD
Combination of culture and religion
Jun 15, 2016
DARK
Golf Tournament June 13
Jun 22, 2016
 

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Margaret Okari Foundational School in Kenya, Africa skypes with Pleasant Grove HS Interactors (January 2013).   

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