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November 3
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Tammy Dunn
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Rotary Log 11.17.20
Rotary Club of Everett
The meeting was called to order by President John Olson, his meeting number 20, Rotary meeting number 5374 and virtual meeting number 33.  He reminded us that today is Raffle Day and Deck of a Deal Day so members could get ready. 
President John then led us in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Thought of the Day was delivered by Dr. Ian Saltzman about true heroism being defined as the ability to provide service to others under difficult circumstances.
Visiting Rotarians were introduced by Ed Petersen:  Marty Pease from the La Connor Rotary Club and Peter Martin from the Fidalgo Island Rotary Club, President John introduced Darci Cooper, attending as guest in support of Students of the Month.
Deborah Wright explained the Deck of a Deal, a plan to purchase playing cards at $50 each, drawing at the end of the month for two cards to win a Paul Harris.  Deborah will open a new deck if we run out.   She said that every dollar will be counted toward your personal Paul Harris account.
Everett Student  introduced by President John Olson, Caroline Sontra, mother Patty. Caroline plans to be a veterinarian after attending Northwest University.
Sequoia Student introduced by Dr. Saltzman, Jasmin Rivas-Pachecho, mother, Angelica.  Jasmin is an art major planning to attend Central to become a teacher.
Cascade Student Greg Lineberry introduced Aashna Signh, who plans to attend Gonzaga and major in Sports Medicine.
Ralph Quaas celebrated the anniversary with $11, Nov 17 2009,  of his 4 stint heart surgery.
Rich Toyer, 26 years since his heart attack and triple bypass for $100 and he’s still here.
Janis Ellis gave a belated $100 gift for youth exchange presentation and son has decided to attend WWU.
Michael Kvistad growing mustache for Mo-vember, and his heart surgery.
Tom Koenig happy for coach not throwing kids under bus after loss, and that an attorney and CPA who have hearts(!) for $100.
Wick Temple told us that he needs raffle items.
Winners were:
Greg Lineberry - cowboy cookbook, Boy Scouts recipe, wine
Rich Toyer - puzzle, wine, Girl Scout cookies
Kelly Thode - Starbucks card, waffle maker, Girl Scout cookies, wine
PROGRAM: International Partnership Alliance
Ed Petersen introduced the Foundation program and thanked the membership for the $13,000 raised so far.  The topic is Basic Education and the Literacy International Partnership Alliance.  Ed introduced Marty Pease and Peter Martin. 
Marty Pease with La Connor Club gave a report on the founding and process of the projects in remote Mayan villages in Honduras. 
Two main projects are Education and Rapid Development.  Their projects provide school supplies and maintenance of buildings, mobile library. 
Adopt a School sponsor at $10 per kindergarten student, Adopt a Dream $180 per student for older students junior high, high school, and a few in college.  The provide books—grade level books to encourage reading, student health insurance, set up appts, provide transportation, get meds.
Most of the students make it to 6th grade, 25% go beyond including 22 college students.
Peter Martin commented that he was pleased that offering to do anything allows you to develop long term relationships.  Language is Spanish. Two hurricanes in two weeks caused serious damage that they are trying to overcome.
Thank you from Ed Petersen who was pleased that this report was testimony to the power of Rotary to address these needs and focus on what the Foundation steadfastly accomplishes.
Thank you to everyone from President John who reminded us that the Foundation Finale was next week.  He then adjourned the meeting.
Respectfully submitted,
Barb George
Photography submitted, 
Tammy Dunn
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"Foundation Finale" presented by Ed Petersen