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April 10
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April 20
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April 21
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Michelle Valentine
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Colleen Cavanaugh Temple
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Rotary Log 04-12-22
Rotary Club of Everett
There were more “in person” Rotarians than we have had in a long time so naturally we
were all in the catching up mood and before you knew it, we settled in which allowed President Greg Lineberry to start the meeting.
At 12:03 pm President Greg led us in the Pledge of Allegiance and into our 40th meeting of the year and our 5,441st meeting of the Rotary Club of Everett.
Jack Robinson’s is a Tribal Liaison for this Region of the American Red Cross he frequently participates in Land Acknowledgements, this one was given at the recent Rotary District 5050 Assembly.
“I would like to begin by acknowledging that we gather today on the ancestral homelands of the Coast Salish Peoples, who have lived in the Salish Sea basin, (currently known as Puget Sound), throughout the San Juan Islands and the North Cascades watershed, commonly known today as the province of British Columbia, the states of Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and beyond, from time immemorial.  Please join me in expressing our deepest respect and gratitude for our indigenous neighbors, for their enduring care and protection of our shared lands and waterways.”
There weren’t any visiting Rotarians or Guests at today’s meeting.
Anna Marie Laurence thanked the Rotarians who will be interviewing the scholarship applicants on Saturday April 16th. On May 17th Rotary will present those scholarships to the
winners.  This year the scholarships will amount to over $276,000.00.
Cathryn Cole announced that the Taste of The Caribbean was a success as 23-27 people
attended, they all enjoyed a wonderful dinner, and over 250 books were donated for literacy.
President Greg was happy to have talked to Judi Edwards who filled him in on the history of some of our past fellowship events and how they were organized. This led to President Greg rekindling a version of “Guess who’s coming to dinner”. A signup sheet was passed around to attend the Rotarians only event on April 29th.  In lieu of a dinner there will be lighter fare, drinks, etc.  The locations will be announced in the near future.
Kelli Thode called in from Arizona with an idea she had witnessed at other Rotary Clubs that produced not only Happy Dollars for the club but it also provided a chance for everyone to catch up on the goings on of their fellow Rotarians. She had each of us say something we were happy about and then donate to the Happy Dollar account. Kelli started it off with $28.00 commemorating her last day at the Red Cross (She will still stay involved).
This reporter couldn’t keep up with the all the stories, but I did make a concerted effort to write down who donated and what they donated.  I apologize if I left someone off the list and if I didn’t get your donation correct.
Jim Staniford - $120.00
PP Ed Petersen - $20.00
PP Larry O’Donnell - $50.00
Cathryn Cole - $20.00
George Bowden - $20.00
Jeff Moore - $5.00
Ralph Quaas - $5.00
Tom Kozaczynski - $20.00
PP Mark Valentine - $20.00
PP Tom Koenig - $50.00
PP Steve Juntwait - $20.00
PP Andy Hall - $20.00
Anna Marie Laurence - $5.00
Janice Ellis - $20.00
Neil Angst - $100.00
Zeb Cobbs - $20.00
PP Amy Norman - $26.00
Barbara George - $20.00
Paul Stoot - $20.00
Kaye Phinney - $25.00
Ian Salzman - $25.00
PP Steve Miller - $20.00
PP Roy Yates - $20.00
Jack Robinson - $20.00
Judi Edwards - $20.00
Laura Zorick - $20.00
Marybeth Dingledy - $20.00
PP Rose Goulet - $100.00
Kelly Shepard - $100.00
Mark Johnson - $100.00
It appears the club received over $1,050.00 in donations and all of us were able to catch up on what has been going on in our fellow Rotarians lives.
President Greg adjourned the meeting at 12:57 pm.
Respectfully Submitted,
Andy Hall PP
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Tammy Dunn
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