Sierra College Patrons Club Resumes Meetings
Rocklin, CA - The Patrons Club, a volunteer arm of the Sierra College Foundation, invites the public and those interested in becoming members of the organization to attend their first meeting of the 2014 - 2015 academic year.
Here is your opportunity to join this dynamic service organization and participate in the planning and fulfillment of the group's fundraising activities. Annual dues are $40. This meeting will feature the debut of the new slate of officers who were installed at the June meeting just prior to the summer recess.
The meeting will be held on Monday, September 8th from 12:30 - 2:00 p.m. at the Sierra College Rocklin Campus in the Fireside Room located in the Campus Center (Building J). Lunch (which is optional) will be served at 12:30. The cost of the lunch is $11 and requires an RSVP. Please call Joan Edwards at 916-663-3408 by August 29th.
About the Sierra College Patrons
Formed in 1984, the Patrons provide financial support to the Arts and Humanities departments at Sierra College providing $5000 in grants each year. Grants are designed to directly affect students as much as possible. In addition, a $500 scholarship is awarded annually to a student in the arts including Music, Art and Drama. In addition three small awards of $50 each recognize outstanding students competing in the student art show. Further grants may be awarded during the year to enhance the services offered by academic departments. Since its inception, the Patrons have donated more than $260,000 to Sierra College affecting and improving all aspects of campus life.
Sierra College Rocklin Campus is located at 5000 Rocklin Road, Rocklin, California 95677. There is a $3 parking fee on campus. Parking permits are available at machines located in each parking lot.
For more information about the Patrons, the Sierra College Foundation, and upcoming events at Sierra College, please visit our website at: www.sierracollege.edu
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