'Twas a memorable meeting today for the Rotary Club of Everett, with Rotary District 5050 Governor Raj Rajagopal addressing our group about Rotary's focus on the environment, peace and reconciliation, and the ongoing global battle against polio. He discussed Rotary's focus on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI), and spoke of Rotary's need to attract new and younger members by adjusting to their differing needs and motivations. He also presented a certificate honoring our Everett club for being one of six clubs (out of 1,000 clubs in Rotary Zone 28) that has given more than $1 million to the Rotary Foundation. In addition, scholarship manager Anna Marie Laurence and club treasurer Rich Toyer were honored for their hard work on behalf of Rotary. Everett Silvertips coach Dennis Williams was also recognized, and District 5050's Rotary Foundation Director, Jack Rae, spoke about the importance of the foundation.
Pictured above is District Governor Raj and our President Tammy Dunn.
Each week Rotarians have the opportunity to learn more about the goings on in the local, national, or international community.  You are welcome to come and join us for one of our meetings and get to know more about a group of lively folks who are dedicated to the concept of “Service Above Self”.