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Kirby Duncan
December 4
Brian Hollingshead
December 6
Richard Okrent
December 6
Brian Evans
December 15
Barb McCarthy
December 16
Lou Denney
December 21
Reid Hale
December 21
Rose Goulet
December 23
Steve McGraw
December 28
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December 29
Jennifer Langbehn
December 30
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Sarah Fell
December 2
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December 5
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Lois Senter
December 9
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Barb Yates
December 16
Scott Casselman
December 20
Henry Newton
Sandi Newton
December 21
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Kermit Parks
December 22
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Valerie Vandonpont
December 26
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Leah Treml-Ellis
December 26
Dec 14, 2021
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Dec 21, 2021
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Jan 04, 2022
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Rotary Log 12-07-21
Rotary Club of Everett
At 12:00 PM President Greg Lineberry led us in the Pledge of Allegiance.  This began his 24th meeting of the year and our 5,426th meeting of the Rotary Club of Everett.  20 people attended in person and there were 35 virtual attendees.
Tom Koenig, PP, recognized the 80th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. The United States entered World War II due to the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Tom read a quote from President Biden and asked for a moment of silence. President Greg told a story about Pearl Harbor.

Will McMahan, PP,
introduced his guest, Robert Cannon, Everett Boys & Girls Club.
Kelly Shepard gave an update on the Local Impact Committee. The announcements are:
Everett High School sent a thank you letter for the donation. Tshirts were purchased and students were encouraged to wear the Tshirts. This project provided an opportunity for the students to belong and be part of something bigger.
Local Impact Grants are open. The committee will review at the end of January. Home Page | Rotary Club of Everett (
A Day of Service with the YMCA of Everett will be on January 17th, 9 am – 2 pm. Save the date to participate!
Kari Petrasek announced the Holiday Program will be a fun hour with the Everett High School Choir performing in person and socializing with our fellow Rotarians. Come have lunch and enjoy a slice or two pizza. Lunch price is $10
Tom Koenig is giving $50 in the name of the previous owner of the Everett Hospital, who was stationed at Pearl Harbor and was shipped out on December 6th.
Kirby Duncan is having a birthday, 53rd.
Eric Irelan announced the Everett Chorale is having a Christmas Program on December 11th at 7 pm and December 12 at 3 pm at the Our Saviours Lutheran Church.
Jerry Tucker stated that the Oregon Ducks got their wings clipped by Utah in the Pac-12 Championship and the Coach escaped to Miami.
PROGRAM:  Rise Up Academy at Greater Trinity Academy
Pastor Paul Stoot stepped in at the last minute to present about the Rise Up Academy.
Pastor Stoot is grateful to many individuals in the community. The impact we as Rotarians are making around the world is making a difference.
Rotary – Service Above Self
Rise Up Academy has been serving the students academically and educationally over the last 22 months. He recognized several Rotarians who have helped the Academy to remain operational the last 22 months.
Ralph Quaas is a member of the board. Andy Hall is helping with the additional building, Nate McMillan helped with the basketball court.
Pastor Stoot stated that the school will be building another building to expand the school. Also, apartments will be built on the property. The school started 22 years ago. The school serves 75 children. With the new addition, the school will be able to serve 150 students.
President Greg thanked Pastor Stoot for presenting today and adjourned the meeting early
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Tammy Dunn
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CIVIL RIGHTS: IDEAL VS REALITY, presented by Braden Pence, introduced Kari Petrasek