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Rotary - Kindred Kitchen (HopeWorks) Fellowship
Kindred Kitchen @ HopeWorks Station North
Mar 12, 2020
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Bethany 3rd Floor Chapel
Apr 24, 2020
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Apr 21, 2020
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Apr 28, 2020
The Future of WSU in Everett & Puget Sound
May 05, 2020
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Greeters: Ryan Casey and Cat Wilson
Meeting of March 3, 2020 #33 (5338) was called to order by President Steve Miller who then led us in the Pledge of Allegiance. 
The Thought of the Day was a poem read by Anna Marie Laurence with a comment about the value of Rotary services which include $3.75 million in scholarships.   
Ryan Casey invited introductions.  There were no visiting Rotarians; guests were
Johnny Smith, guest of Fred Safstrom, introduced by Will McMahan
Veronica Bolanos, daughter of Brenda Bolanos-Ivory;
Joan Thorson, Ryan Brown and Shannon Walk, guests of Eric Samuelson
Mary Chris Goldstein, guest of Ralph Quaas.
President Steve talked about kids needing preparation to enable them to accept intervention of various kinds and that we need to explore their needs first.
President Steve then recognized Gail Larsen for not having missed a single meeting this year.
Silvertips Update – Jim Staniford was happy with the Tips win.
Membership Moment – Tom Koenig, PP, talked about the eradication of polio (almost—down to 14 cases in one country) with help of Gates grant.
Kindred Kitchen Event – Brian Hollingshead reminded us of the event on March 12th.
Steve McGraw told us of the Strategic Planning and moving to groups to identify steps to carry out goals.
Anna Marie Laurence told us that a tour of the USS Henry M. Jackson submarine is being arranged for May 8th or 10th
Rotary Park clean-up scheduled for May 9th.
We were reminded that Classification talks were $100     
Jim Staniford was happy with the Tips win
President Steve was $100 happy that he’s going to be a grandfather, he also chided the members that we were in the losing position of raising funds through See’s candy purchases—have to do better next year
Kari Petrasek was happy with her skiing trip
Betsy Baker-Bold was visited by her dad, Marc Baker, who bought a new Harley
Kelli Thode told us about the Red Cross organization consolidating with northern Washington
Ralph Quaas introduced Mary Chris Goldstein who works for the Catholic Church, Jim Staniford has had her as a customer for 44 years
Erik Samuelson asked for prayers to support a correction and the 4-way test for a church organization in trouble.
Raffle included a coffee cup, wine, Girl Scout cookies, gift cards and went to
Bob Beil
Veronica (guest of Brenda Bolanos-Ivory)
Rich Toyer.
“Why Mentoring Matters” presented by Ryan Brown introduced by Erik Samuelson
Ryan mentioned a concern about people pulling back from mentoring but stressed the fact that we can all and should be mentoring our youth today.  He explained why that was needed and how much it meant to the growth and stability of young adults.  He explained the need to have the 40 Developmental Assets developed by the Search Institute:  With 10 assets, a child survives, with 20, 30, and 40 assets, they achieve and thrive.  He encouraged people to become mentors (they work in the schools in this program) and parent training.
President Steve thanked Ryan, Eric and guest, and gave Ryan the certificate regarding a gift to Panama’s women and children. He adjourned the meeting.
Rotary Connects the World.      
Respectfully submitted,
Barbara George
Photography by,
Tammy Dunn
Next Program:  
“Seattle Against Slavery” presented by Claudia Lawrence introduced by Janice Ellis