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Rotary Log 01-26-21
Meeting of January 26, 2023, President: John Olson (5382) Virtual Meeting #29
President John Olson called the meeting to order at 12:01 pm and then led us in the Pledge of Allegiance.
The Thought of the Day was given by Marybeth Dingledy listing historical events with societies doing good and bad.  She asked us as Rotarians to focus on looking to the greater good past our civil unrest.
Tammy Dunn introduced Molly Ricker, Tres/Sec of Everett High School Interact Club, who gave a report on their presentation on counteracting poverty with selfless acts, distributing items for the needy.  She talked about the greenhouse and wheelchair projects and what Interact could do to combat poverty.  Her report will be posted on the website.
Mark Valentine introduced his wife Michelle, who brought a Preston Singletary art object.
Anna Marie Laurence gave a Community Service Announcement: “Sing It Forward” a virtual fundraiser for the Village Theatre on Feb 12, 2021, 6-7:30 pm.
Tom Koenig “Good to see Molly” dollars who knows the family and their pets
Amanda Overly’s husband turned 50 so she gave $50
Marybeth Dingledy happy had a good weekend skiing with new knee
Rich Toyer $50 happy he was scheduled for vaccine thru Veterans’ Administration
Steve McGraw birthday $100 including 35 above age
Amy Norman to congratulate Tammy Dunn for accepting nomination as president
Howie Bargreen $100 for Everett’s Finest for saving a carjacking
Greg Lineberry won dinner with artist Bob Ross “calendar,” wine and chocolates
Kari Petrasek won a Basketball Launcher for office, wine
Steve Miller Wine, heated mug, GS cookies, a 57 Plymouth Fury
Greg Lineberry presented a motion to approve the Slate of Nominees as follows: 
Motion to accept, second, motion carried.
Board Members for 2021-2023
Wick Temple
Anna Marie Laurence
Heather Barnhart
Jessie O’Brien
Secretary 2021
Neil Angst
Vice President 2021-2022
Kelli Thode
President Elect Nominee 2023-2024
Tammy Dunn
PROGRAM:  Glassblowing and the Salish Renaissance, introduced by Sean Kelly and presented by Preston Singletary Studio.
Sean introduced speaker.  Preston grew up in Seattle, is a Tlingit tribal member, shared some of his family history including a wife from Sweden, two boys.
He spent some time on his reflection and his tie in with dream analysis and his mentors and collaborators which included Joe David (collaborated on blown glass headdress), and David Spencer, worked on totem which tells the story of his grandmother who had a pet grizzly, later cast in glass. 
He discussed the process which combines art and science, displays of public art pieces and examples from Juneau to Chicago, Portland and Fremont and the Burke Museum in WA. 
He talked about the Pilchuck School where he attended classes, created a totem honoring the founders which included inlaid glass (Dale Chihuly and John Haslet).   
He described symbols representing clans, forces, to everyday objects, and shadow effect that represents the spirit of the piece. 
His presentation included examples of masks, daggers, sculptures of killer whales, fascinating story of a cannibal who was killed and burned up causing the ash and sparks to become mosquitos.
Moral of story is to treat your wife with respect.  His private studio on the Fred Hutch campus on Lake Union.  He’s preparing an exhibition for the Traver Gallery in April.
President John thanked Preston and honored him with a donation to the Boys and Girls Club in Everett.  Preston agreed to stay and answer questions.
Respectfully submitted,
Barb George
Photos submitted,
Tammy Dunn
Annual Fundraiser, presented by Sonya Kraski, introduced by John Olson