Rotary Club-Snowline event


“Service Above Self” is the Rotary Club motto, and this was seen in action on Saturday, April 27 as Cameron Park Rotarians gave their time
and their talents to raise funds for Healing All Together, Snowline Hospice’s Place for Grieving Children, Teens and Their Families. This club is known for its many projects, local and international, that build goodwill and benefit all concerned. In total, over $2,000 raised to help grieving children and teens.

From the folks at Snowline Hospice, a big thank you to the Cameron Park Rotarians for their efforts, especially Shiva Frentzen who coordinated this event. We also want to thank community members for “linking up.”

Many people took the time to write words of encouragement to the children on the links. A special thank you to Girl Scout Troop 218, who donated $218 from its cookie sale proceeds to support Healing All Together. Led by troop leader Gail Lohmann, nine troop members chose to help other children, and Snowline is very appreciative. We also wish to thank all seven participating stores for not only providing a place for this event but for the many acts of kindness from store personnel who moved furniture to offer Rotarians shade and also offered beverages.

Participating stores were: Safeway and Walmart in Placerville; Safeway and Food 4 Less in Cameron Park; CVS in Shingle Springs; The Nugget Grocery Store and CVS in El Dorado Hills. Thank you all for your wonderful support of Healing All Together, Snowline Hospice’s Place for Grieving Children, Teens and Their Families.

On behalf of Snowline Hospice of El Dorado County

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