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Rotary Club of Jackson
PO Box 1117
Jackson, CA 95642

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We meet Tuesdays at 6:30 PM
Teresa's Place Restaurant
1235 Jackson Gate Rd
Jackson, CA  95642
United States
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Chairman of the Trivia Challenge, Art Long, was all smiles at the end of the event.  Not only were there 31 teams that paid to participate but most of them were quite thirsty and bought lots of drink tickets.  To top it off each of the three winning teams, Cork’s Dork’s, 3 Chicks and a Dude and Crew’s Crew all donated their winnings back to the RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awakening) program.  We will be able to support a number of students this year at RYLA.  Amador Up Country Rotary won the Rotary team contest and the Jackson Club will pay for one of their students to attend RYLA.  Art sends a big thank-you to Frank Halvorson, Mike Flagg and Frank Manzano for their work as well as to all of the Club members who participated. 
 
Jackson Rotary Club and Jackson Interact HS members installed over 200 Christmas Boughs throughout downtown Jackson on Saturday morning. Assembled by the young men at the Pine Grove Youth Conservation Camp, these Christmas Boughs add a spot of color to the city of Jackson during the holiday season. Thank you PG Conservation Camp and Jackson Interact members 
The long standing rivalry between Amador High School and Argonaut High School has been played 99 times since 1923. In 1971, The Rotary Club of Jackson created the Big Game Bell Trophy which the winner gets to keep until the next playing of the Big Game. This year we created a game logo which was used on ball caps, banners and newspaper articles. Each player and coach received a souvenir ball cap for participating in the game and after club members bought caps, the remaining ball caps were given to the schools' booster clubs for a fundraising opportunity for their schools. 
This year was the 100th playing of this community rivalry and the competition was fierce. The sky was clear, the weather mild and the enthusiasm for the "Battle for the Bell" was over the top! When the final whistle blew, Argonaut HS took the Bell away from Amador HS which has held the bell trophy for the past 4 years. The final score was 43-21. This was definitely a sign of home town pride. See more photos here

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