In the Works.....

Sunday Pool Night

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Free Pool Nights Are Back

From 3 p.m. until closing, Members can play for Free; Non-members and guests must pay the $3 daily fee. 

Renovation / Improvements

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We Can Always Use Help

There is a paint party coming up!!!  Volunteers are needed to assist in the prepping and painting of the dining & recreation areas.

Find out more

Fellowship Activities

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Announcements

There are many activities listed to do in the future at the Club / abroad. Please stop by the Club and view our Bulletin boards for details.

Share the big news

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Keep Us In The Know

Have you opened a new location, redesigned your shop, or added a new product or service that would be beneficial to our membership? Don't keep it to yourself, let folks know by posting it here at the Club.

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Memorial Day Special

Interesting Memorial Day Facts:

  • The true origins of who held the first Memorial Day celebration is a debated subject.
  • Approximately 620,000 soldiers on both sides died during the Civil War.
  • The Grand Army of the Republic was created by the Union Army to honor their dead. After World War I the American Legion took over their duties.
  • Congress passed a law in 2000 that requires all Americans to stop what they are doing at 3pm on Memorial Day to remember and to honor those who have died serving the United States. President Clinton signed this action.
  • The flag is supposed to be flown at half-mast until noon, and then raised to full mast until sunset on Memorial Day.
  • The tradition of wearing red poppies on Memorial Day originated from John McCrae's 1915 poem In Flanders Fields
  • In Canada they wear red poppies to honor their soldiers on Remembrance Day in November each year.
  • Although not as popular today, one tradition was to eat a picnic meal while sitting on the ground of a cemetery. There are still some people in the rural areas of the South that continue to practice this tradition.
  • It's common for volunteers to place the American flag on graves in the national cemeteries. Memorial Day is also a popular day for people to visit cemeteries and honor those who have died while serving in the military.
  • It's estimated that approximately 32 million people travel by car over Memorial Day weekend.
  • Memorial Day also marks the beginning of the summer vacation season while Labor Day marks the end.
  • In some areas of the rural South, they hold annual Decoration Days around this time for certain cemeteries, often in the mountains.
  • Memorial Day is sometimes confused with Veterans Day. However, Veterans Day honors all United States military veterans, while Memorial Day honors the soldiers who died while serving.
  • In 1966, President Johnson named Waterloo, New York as the original place of Memorial Day.
  • There were more American lives lost during the Civil War then the two World Wars combined. Approximately 620,000 died during the Civil War while approximately 116,516 died in World War I and approximately 405,399 died in World War II.
  • There are more than 300,000 fallen soldiers buried at Arlington Cemetery. On average, there are 28 burials there each day.
  • Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia celebrate Confederate Memorial Day. These are former Confederate states, and they celebrate on various other days ranging from January 19th to June 3rd.
  • In 2012 there was a movie made called Memorial Day. John and James Cromwell and Jonathan Bennett starred in the film. The story revolves around a 13 year old boy who finds his grandpa's footlocker from the 2nd World War. 

Pulled Pork Sandwiches

We will be selling Pulled Pork Sandwiches in celebration of the holiday ...... Mmm Mmm Good!! 

June Events

Member Appreciation Day

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We want to say THANKS to our Members this month by hosting a Member Appreciation Day!!  Current Members may be in for a hearty breakfast of Pancakes & Bacon ....... Saturday the 8th of June

BaconFest

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Achin’ for bacon? 

Get ready to swine and dine at our Bacon Fest.  We want ALL of US to show our love for "The Other White Meat." 

Got Un-Wanted Stuff ......

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On Saturday June 8th + Sunday June 9th in the Parking Lot . Each space costs $10 / day or $15 / weekend. This is first come first served, so hurry before you miss out on the best spots.              Hope to see you here!

Coming Sooner ...... Than Later

Fathers Day

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 "Love and protection which a father gives to his children are ones of the strongest needs in childhood."

"Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children."

5th Fellowship Camping Trip

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Our 5th Fellowship is planning an outdoor activity!!!

This extra-curriculum activity will take place in the latter part of June.

Contact Robert for more details .... 916-276-5931

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Roseville Alano Club

111 Fifth St, Roseville, CA 95678, US

(916) 781-2763

Hours

Mon

6:30 am – 10:00 pm

Tue

6:30 am – 10:00 pm

Wed

6:30 am – 10:00 pm

Thu

6:30 am – 10:00 pm

Fri

6:30 am – 12:00 am

Sat

6:30 am – 12:00 am

Sun

6:30 am – 10:00 pm

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