ACTIVE REDDING 20-30 CLUB #143 WELCOMES NEWLY ELECTED BOARD
The Active 20-30 Club would like to congratulate the newly elected board members for the upcoming fiscal year and say thank you for the outgoing members. On June 13th, the Active 20-30 Club welcomed the new officers at their annual installation dinner held at a private location in town. The leadership for the club is:
Immediate Past President~ Justin Maier
President~ Todd Jones
President Elect~ Benjamin Dykstra
Treasurer~ Monika Long
Secretary~ Patty Davis
Board Members~ Cassie Dellaragione and Nicole Crain.
Club President, Todd Jones, said of the new board, “I am excited for this year, we have an enthusiastic, and hardworking team. Thank you to our previous board, and all of our members!” For more information about The Active 20-30 Club of Redding, please visit www.Redding2030.com.
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Wednesday, June 17, 2015
ACTIVE REDDING 20-30 CLUB #143 WINS AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL
The Redding Club is honored again at The Active 20-30 Club National Convention in recognition for their continued work in the Redding Community! The Redding Club is in its ninth year, and was chartered in 2006 by Courtney McElvain of Redding.
On June 6th, 2015 the local chapter of the Active 20-30 club was awarded; 1st Place in Public Relations, with their efforts of the Frank Sawyer Memorial Kids Fishing Day, 1st Place in their Fundraising Concept of the Redding Lighted Christmas Parade, Secretary of the year for the US and Canada was member Samantha Klein, and Ian Stripling took runner up for being an Outstanding National Mission Statement Representative. All of this took place at the organization’s annual National Convention, held this year in San Francisco, California. The Active 20-30 Club of Redding is proud to be in partnership with this community and is excited about what is to come. The Redding Team had the privilege of acting as Sargent in Arms and raised $1050 in fines to help a new children's project for Active 20-30 Club of Petaluma #30! Remember Stay Active and anyone can make difference!
Outgoing president Justin Maier was stunned to be recognized for these awards but stated, “I’m surprised but, we all put in a lot of hard work. We are see the need in this community, and we want to make an impact on the special needs of children in the Redding area”.
The Redding Club is known locally for its’ community service, notably the Sundial Film Festival, the Redding Lighted Christmas Parade, the Alta Mesa Easter Egg Hunt, “The Big Race” for Week of the Young Child, and the Back to School Shopping Spree. The Active 20-30 Club of Redding holds many other events, and members participate as volunteers for multiple local charities every year.
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Friday, August 7, 2015