Local Community Groups
Elk Grove Lions Club
We meet at the Elk Grove Senior Center
8830 Sharkey Ave
Elk Grove, CA 95624
2nd & 4th Mondays at 7:00 PM
If you want to join the Lions Club, Call Us
Laguna-Elk Grove Kiwanis was chartered in 2015 as part of Kiwanis International, a global organization dedicated to “serving the children of the world”. Our members are passionate supporters of children, families, and the Elk Grove community, and provide both financial and volunteer support to many organizations. Some of the organizations supported by this club include:
The Kiwanis Family House at UC Davis Medical Center
Courageous Connection (for foster youth)
C.A.F.F.E. (Clothing and Food For Everyone)
Stockings for Chemo Patients
Builders Club of Edward Harris, Jr. Middle School
Aktion Club of AIM Higher Elk Grove
What makes our club unique is that we’re compatible with your busy schedule–just one club meeting a month, plus at least two social opportunities and 3 hours of community service are offered. While these opportunities are available, they’re never required. And our members don’t just work hard, we know how to have fun together, too–wine tasting, concerts, sporting events, and dinners are just some of the socials on our calendar!
Do you want to make a difference in your community while spending time with fun, energetic community members? Then be our guest at at one of our monthly meetings and see what it’s all about! We meet every 4th Thursday at 7 p.m. at MiMi’s Cafe in Elk Grove. We’d love to see you there!
Otahi Marama, Mea Ho’okahi began as a small Hawaiian and Tahitian dance class for young children at Tribal Conneczion studio in 2013. Since then, OMMH has added classes for teens and adults, formed a competition team and a music team, and has showcased at multicultural events, talent shows, and festivals around the Central Valley.
As OMMH, we believe in perpetuating the Hawaiian and Tahitian culture through the arts of dance, music, costume making, and story telling. As teachers, we believe that through the beauty and strength of Hula and Ori Tahiti (beyond the benefits of exercise), students of all ages and backgrounds can learn to treat other cultures and people with respect, practice responsibility, and physically express their emotions in a safe space. As a family, we believe in the power of fostering community, cooperation, love & ALOHA.
We are located in Elk Grove, Ca and we always welcome new students that want to experience hula and ori tahiti. Contact us for more information on joining a class!
Elk Grove, CA 95624
Sacramento County Farm Bureau (SCFB) is one of 53 county members that make up the California Farm Bureau Federation (CFBF), the largest general agricultural organization in the state. SCFB has over 3,600 member families. CFBF membership includes over 91,000 members. CFBF is part of the American Farm Bureau Federation.
Farm Bureau’s voluntary, elected leaders and professional staff work hard for all Californians to ensure the rural economy’s growth, to protect the family farm, and to maintain the treasured natural resources that are so important to this state’s vitality and lifestyle.
As the earth’s original conservationists, farmers and ranchers have a keen interest in preserving our precious land for future generations. Our concern with natural resources, animal health, water, and air quality. Agriculture professionals are continuing to fund research in an effort to increase farm production and improve animal health.