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Cat Wilson
May 3
Kelly Shepherd
May 4
Marybeth Dingledy
May 4
Kay Fantin
May 6
Bob Bavasi
May 8
Ron Thompson
May 10
Abby Cooley
May 15
Kevin Nichols
May 18
Lance Balla
May 18
Janice Greene
May 20
Wick Temple
May 24
Henry Newton
May 25
Jeff Moore
May 26
Jim Wheeler
May 29
Steve Miller
Dru Miller
May 10
Steve McGraw
Michele McGraw
May 11
Tom Rainville
Davis Rainville
May 25
Richard Okrent
Rita Okrent
May 26
Bill Tsoukalas
Judy Tsoukalas
May 29
Bob Bavasi
Margaret Bavasi
May 30
Upcoming Events
Rotary - Scholarship Awards Night Postponed
Everett Public Schools Community Resource Center
May 18, 2020
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Rotary - Kindred Kitchen Fellowship Cancelled
Kindred Kitchen @ HopeWorks Station North
May 20, 2020
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Rotary Board Meeting
Virtual Meeting
May 29, 2020
7:30 AM – 8:45 AM
Rotary College Essentials Shopping Spree
Fred Meyer
Jun 03, 2020
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Rotary Board Meeting
Bethany 3rd Floor Chapel
Jun 26, 2020
7:30 AM – 8:45 AM
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May 12, 2020
May 19, 2020
Cultural Arts Presentation
May 26, 2020
Stop the Bleed
Jun 02, 2020
SnoPUD Water Conditioning Project & Hydro Electric Power
Jun 09, 2020
YMCA Everett Update
Jun 16, 2020
Open need speaker
Jun 23, 2020
Rotary International Trips to Panama & DR
Jun 30, 2020
Changing of the Guard
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Tammy Dunn
Club Information
Welcome to our club!
We Add Value to our Community Through Service
We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Legion Memorial Golf Course
144 West Marine View Drive
Everett, WA  98201
United States of America
(425) 259-9141
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Rotary Log 05-05-20
5,347th Club meeting, President Steve Miller’s 42nd meeting and 8th Virtual meeting.
President Steve opened our Virtual meeting at noon, with Heather Barnhart leading the Pledge of Allegiance.
Zak Parpia offered the Thought of the Day with the Theme of “Appreciate there are two sides”.
Virtual Visitors: Amy Norman, PP, introduced Theresa Frothingham. Theresa will be the new office manager when Judi Edwards leaves. Theresa is from Mukilteo, lives in Lake Stevens and enjoys offering service to the community.
  • Peace Arch Journal: President Steve Miller stated that Rotary Club of Everett was mentioned in the newsletter. Both Bill Swartz, speaker, and Sheldon Johnson were mentioned.
  • May 2nd, Note from Mayor Cassie Franklin: President Steve Miller sent a letter to the Club stating that the Reopening date as been moved back.
  • Membership Moment: Deborah Wright, PP, most memorable moment is the trip to Ethiopia with her two daughters. The Polio Immunization trip was to give polio drops to children and babies. The community service programs offer the magnitude of the Structure of Rotary. You and me make this structure.
  • Scholarship/Student of the Month: Russ Kimball stated that the Scholarship interviews via Zoom was a huge success. He thanked everyone who joined to help on Saturday, May 2nd. We will need to determiner Scholarship Day. The College shopping spree will happen, and the logistics need to be worked out. We gave $214,000 in scholarships this year. The Student of the Month for March and April will be recognized.
  • Virtual Happy Hour, May 7th, 5:30 pm: Kelly Shepherd stated that a Cinco De Mayo Raffle Basket will be given away. Come join and will receive a make-up.
  • Support Small/Local Businesses: President Steve asked us to support Vintage Café, Bargreen’s Coffee, Everett Office Furniture, Electronic Business Machines.
  • Food Bank and Blood Drive: Make-ups granted
Steve Miller: “Bellringer” happy for 34th Anniversary and he got the winner.
Cat Wilson: “Bellringer” happy for birthday and the scholarships the club handed out.
Fred Safsrom: “Bellringer” happy as Housing Hope’s Stone Soup was going to be Virtual, May 7th at 6 pm.
Wick Temple: .5 “Bellringer” happy for anniversary and house projects down
Marybeth Dingledy: “Bellringer” happy birthday
Parker Crompton: “Bellringer” happy as she takes care of her mom
Heather Barnhart: “Bellringer” happy as oldest son graduated from Western Washington University with a business degree and happy about the college scholarships
Zak Parpia: 5 “Bellringers” happy as the business is expanding with his son as the new Vice President and running the company
Kelly Shepherd: 2.5 “Bellringers” happy for birthday, in the Everett Herald, money saving and missing Rotary
Janice Ellis: “Bellringer” happy for scholarship interviews
Sonya Kraski: “Bellringer” happy as she completed her Bachelor in Business Managment
Wick Temple announced that next week, May 12th, there will be a raffle. Raffle prizes are lunch with Jersey Mike’s, Lunch with Brooklyn Brothers, and Dinner with Vintage Café. To enter the raffle, donate $20 on the day of May 12th through the Donate Button.
Jack Robinson introduced our program “Emergency Preparedness” by William Burns, Red Cross Emergency Management
Disasters happen any time and often and can affect any community. In the Puget Sound Region, we experience a variety of disasters including home fire, flood, tornado, wildfire, winter storm, landslide, and volcano. Currently we are experiencing a pandemic and a pandemic can happen with no warning.
Be Ready – It is up to you be help and be prepared for disasters. Don’t count on receiving help right away. You must be prepared to help yourself, your household, neighbors and seniors. You can prepare yourself to be ready by:
Get a Kit: Customize a kit for your car and for home. For home, you should have two weeks minimum of supplies. A mobile kit should have three days of supplies; in case you need to evacuate immediately. Supplies for each member of the household. Customize for personal needs and disasters common to your area.
Make a Plan: Consider where you live and work for your plan. Communication with your household is important. Practice your plan and how to evacuate. Make a check list that will include the right details – how to evacuate, where to meet, how to communicate, important records, where you will stay, shelter in place.
Be Informed: Understand weather alerts, know the school disaster plan and workplace disaster plan. Practice your plan.
Support your community by volunteering and giving blood.
President Steve thanked all the “Bellringers”. It was a Record “Bellringers” . Rotary Connects the World
Respectfully submitted,
Tammy Dunn
Photography submitted,
Tammy Dunn
Next Program:  
“FUNKO” presented by Matt Lattier, introduced by Danny Tetzlaff