Active 20 - 30 Club of Greater Sacramento #1032
Active 20-30 Closing Song:
Bylaws of Active 20-30 Club of Greater Sacramento #1032
Charity Research Committee:
The team that researches and interviews potential beneficiaries for our two major fundraisers: Monte Carlo and Crab Feed.
With the productive years of my life before me, with ambitions and ideals to be realized, I accept the following principles as necessary in their attainment: To show proper appreciation for my community, and to do everything in my power for its growth and development; to recognize that friendship is reciprocal and that friendly cooperation is the foundation of society; to offer sincere service to Active 20-30 and to fulfill to the best of my ability any task that the organization may assign me.
Red, Blue, and Gold
The form of a Buzz Saw encircling an Hour Glass and inscribed "Active 20-30 International"
Fines are meant to be fun! They usually acknowledge something good that happened in a member's life (a way of sharing it with the club). Usually fines are for new jobs, promotions, and vacations. The fines usually aren't very much and the members will often get bribes (presents for the president) in hopes of lowering their fine.
Mascot (Active 20-30 #1032):
SERVICE to our community
FELLOWSHIP with each other throughout the world
SELF-IMPROVEMENT and the opportunity for the improvement of others
Motto (Active 20-30 #1032):
"Fun, Friendships & Fundraising"
"Youth to be served must serve"
Pennies A Day Can:
At each meeting a can is passed around to collect change from members. The goal is for each person to donate $3.65 - a penny a day! This money is given to the host club at National Convention, who then decides which children's charity will be the beneficiary.
"One never stands so tall as when kneeling to help a child"
Standing Rules of Active 20-30 Club of Greater Sacramento #1032
An outing to visit other club's meeting, events, etc. (We also have visitations to nearby clubs to promote our own events).
World Council of Service Clubs