Thomas Radcliff, Manager Business Development and proud Rotarian, welcomed new West Sacramento Rotary members in a Fireside Chat.  He is second from the right in the photo above.


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Sheri Achterberg, Billing, and her fur-riend Mary joined a Doggie-Dash team this past weekend to benefit the Sacramento SPCA.

Thank you both for being great teammates on and off the job.

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