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Welcome to the Rolando Community Council Website!

Explore these pages to discover who we are, what's going on in Rolando and how you can get involved. We are always eager for new faces, new energy, and new ideas. If you live in Rolando, RCC belongs to you.

Please join us at our next community meeting on September 15th, 2015 at the United Domestic Workers hall (formerly the Methodist church). Please note there are no community meetings in July or August. Meeting begins at 6:30PM; social hour begins at 7:00PM. Have a great summer and we look forward to seeing you in September!

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RCC Board Elections Results

The Rolando Community Council has elected new members to the Board and we welcome their community spirit and enthusiasm! The board looks forward to continuing to enhance life in Rolando by building on community events, initiatives and our web communications. New ideas are always welcome. A thriving neighborhood and a growing sense of community depend on new and seasoned neighbors stepping forward to volunteer their time and talents. Please consider what you can do to help Rolando flourish. We can say from experience that you will be rewarded with new friends, new experiences and the opportunity to have a significant impact on our community in Rolando.

The current members of the Board who will be serving through June 2016 are David Clarke (2nd Vice-President), Rene Sheldon (Director), and Jordan Marks (President).

Below are the new Board members:

J. MarksJordan Marks -- President (1 year term)

 

 

 

J. SenerJay Sener -- 1st Vice-President  (2 year term)

 

 

 

S. NelsonSylvia Nielsen -- Secretary (1 year term)

 

 

 

R. OssRose Van Oss -- Treasurer (2 year term)

 

 

 

B. ScottBob Scott -- Director (2 year term)

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you to our outgoing Board members Margaret Mangin and Jackie Flohr! Your community involvement has helped make Rolando the hidden gem that it is!