Landpark Breakfast Lions Club
Lion Scott was born in Roseville, CA and later moved to Orangevale where he now resides. He has two wonderful parents Ken and Cindy Rogalski and two younger sisters Becky and Serena.
Lion Scott joined Lions in 2008 when managing a Wells Fargo Bank in Jackson. He was invited to a lunch meeting at Mel & Faye’s Diner. He was intrigued what this ‘Lions Club’ thing was all about and signed up selfishly to become more known in the small Jackson community and promote the bank. He then got more involved in the community than he thought possible with volunteering at pancake breakfasts, antique fairs, county fairs and ‘White Cane Day.’ Lion Scott later learned the true valuable impact that local Lions Clubs have on the community and how fun it is to serve and give his time to those who need it the most.
In early 2009, he transferred to the Wells Fargo Bank in Placerville and to the Placerville Lions Club. Scott was part of the Placerville Club until he left Wells Fargo in June of 2010. He started a new career at Farmer’s & Merchants Bank in South Sacramento. He later joined the Land Park Breakfast Club, where he currently is the club President.
Lion Scott was awarded a Melvin Jones in 2011 from the Land Park Lions Club as he stepped up and took the reigns of the current club president, who at the time had a sick family member. In 2012, he was officially voted as the club President, then later went on to serve as the 2014-2015 Camellia Zone Chair. He currently holds the Committee Chair for the CA International Marathon (CIM) Blind Runners.
Lion Scott has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance and a Masters Degree in Business Administration. He currently consults with business owners on where and how to access the capital needed to start and grow their business. He enjoys cycling, playing soccer and attending custom classic car shows with his father.