A Word from your President
Attitude of Gratitude!
BLOOM Where You are Planted!
One of my favorite springtime sentiments “ Bloom where you are planted” is very meaningful to our club and what it is all about and how we thrive in this club living that message to its fullest is one that just rings true at this time.
I hope all of you have been able to take advantage of the blooming happening around you and not just in the form of allergies..but really about the beauty and opportunities that these past months have provided for us to do.
As we wrap up our 2020-2021 RSAMCC year I am overwhelmed and grateful for all the
continued support and generosity and tireless efforts of our board of volunteers and members who have shown continued encouragement and support.
We have not concluded our year in the hopes that we thought may have been afforded with the current state of our pandemic but WOW WOW WOW did we prevail and modify what we were able to do. We will be able to award and hand out Community Grants and Merit Scholarships with what we have generated. A huge thank you to Rachel Granger and her dynamic team of sub-club attendees who put together an evening event that was so energetic and delicious ,and to the Ledges who provided all the ambience and pairings that we could have hoped for and been stretched to try.
We are very much looking forward to our PINEAPPLE OPEN on April 30th and having a day that will be memorable. Please come out and enjoy the day of SUN and ALOHA with the RSAMCC and our final opportunity of fundraising for the 2020-2021 year. Thank you to all of those who stepped forward to serve on the 2021-2022 RSAMCC Board. A sincere thank you to our Parliamentarian Kerrie Sheppard who was very proactive in making sure we did not miss a thing and Lyssa Barrow and Leslie Kerr for making sure that our current board members were informed as to who would like to stay or move over or move on. We appreciate the process!
On a personal note, I have so enjoyed and appreciated the opportunity to serve as your
RSAMCC President for the last 2 years. Serving you in this role has challenged me to be
very creative and step out of my comfort zone in many ways and I have learned many countless lessons and most importantly I've learned those lessons from all of you, the members and current board members. I will look forward to continuing the RSAMCC club mission next year and volunteering alongside each of you. I hope you all will enjoy the spring and upcoming life celebrations that tend to happen during this season.
Life is a special occasion celebrate it!