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Both Stephen Lemmon and Lynette Andersen are committed to the community of North Sacramento, the Sacramento region, and the world through their involvement in Rotary International.  Both are Past Presidents of the Rotary Club of North Sacramento.  In addition to organizing and participating in countless local community service projects in North Sacramento, from painting houses for the elderly and disadvantaged, to recognizing academic excellence at Grant High School, to purchasing and donating dictionaries to third graders in the Twin Rivers Unified School District, both Steve and Lynette have served the entire Sacramento region in various capacities at the district level. 

Steve is a Past District Governor and is currently serving at the Rotary International level as a Rotary Coordinator.  He was the Group Leader for a Group Study Exchange Team to South Africa in 2012 and particpated in a polio National Immunization Day in Nigeria in 2009.  

Lynette served as an Assistant District Governor and is currently the District 5180 Peace Chair.  Among other things, she has traveled to El Salvador to implement a Matching Grant in Santa Ana, to Egypt to evaluate possible Matching Grants in and around Cairo, and to Turkey to attend a Peace Forum in Istanbul. 

Both Steve and Lynette are dedicated to Rotary's motto, "Service Above Self" and operate their law practice in conformity with the values articulated in the 4-way test.

Both Steve and Lynette have served on the board of directors for Oak Park Rotary House, a  501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  Rotary House is a single-family house near UC Davis Children's Hospital, where a parent of a child may stay long-term, at no cost to the family, as long as the child is receiving a course of treatment at UC Davis Children's Hospital.  Lynette was the initial president of the board of directors and currently serves as the secretary.  Steve served as the Treasurer for many years.

Steve is currently on the board for the Sacramento Police and Sheriff's Memorial Foundation. In the past Steve served on the board of the North Sacramento Chamber of Commerce and the North Sacramento Project Area Committee for Redevelopment.