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Club Information
Welcome to our club!
We Add Value to our Community Through Service
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Hensen Hall, Everett, and online
2619 Cedar
Everett, WA 98201
United States of America
(425) 259-9141
(425) 258-1341
We meet in person weekly at Hensen Hall in Everett, and also online for those that can't attend in person.
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Rotary Club of Everett
Everett Rotary meeting number 5438 of March 22, 2022, was called to order by President Greg Lineberry, his meeting number 37.  He then lead the membership in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Erik Samuelson delivered the Thought of the Day:  He said it was International Goof-off Day and his message included ukulele shorts and a Beatles song.
President Greg thanked Daniel for getting everyone here today. Guests included Rotarian Rosette from Uganda, Erin Padgett from Home Street Bank, and Chris Geyer, Don Steward's daughter from New York.
President Greg clarified lunch orders - order lunches by Thursday each week.
Tammy Dunn, PE, gave a reminder of the District Assembly on April 9th.
Cathryn Cole told us about a fundraiser for the Dominican Republic trip in May with the goal of identifying 4th and 5th graders and giving them a book.  You will select a time to pick up meals at Kindred Kitchen.
AnnaMarie Laurence is looking for volunteers for April 16th, 8am to 6pm, or whatever works to help interview students for scholarships.
President Greg announced that we’re trying to catch up on classification talks to solidify membership. We’re looking for tech support; Kelly Thode is helping but is going to be gone for a couple of weeks and we need help setting up on Tuesdays.
Mark Valentine told us of great service from Don Steward on the computer.
Ralph Quaas will celebrate his 80th birthday on Saturday.
Marc Baker recommends the District Assembly, says it’s a great learning experience.
President Greg’s slacks ripped & wore jacket around his waist.
Rich Toyer with sad news, his sister, Mary Ann, passed away.
George Bowden helped Marc pronounce CANADA.
PROGRAM: From RYE to the UN: A Former RYE Student's Experience at UN Women
Kari Petrasek introduced Daniel Nielsen who was speaking from Denmark
Daniel explained that he was a former exchange student, had graduated with a Master’s degree in Human Rights Law, was consulting with UN Women as a strategic partnership consultant.  He talked of it all starting with Rotary Exchange 10 years ago and all he’s learned, his travels all over the world, the 4-Way Test and it’s affect on human life.  He shared photos of places and projects and the fundraising to complete the projects.
He also talked of the Gender Diversity Round Table fighting for gender equality.  He spoke of the Afghan refugees, food insecurity, displacement of women and how they keep fighting.  They now see literacy rate improvement and some progress in gender balance.  He reminded us of service above self, being passionate with a purpose, to always be grateful, to be of service, give of yourself and not to miss opportunity to improve anything.
President Greg told Daniel that we were extremely proud of his commitment, and presented a gift in his name to Domestic Violence of Snohomish County. There were 64 attendees today and “Look Who’s Coming to Dinner” will start again in April.
The meeting was adjourned.
Respectfully submitted,
Barb George
Photography submitted,
Tammy Dunn