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Jeanne Willard
April 1
Laura Zorick
April 1
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April 7
Jeff Micciche
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Johnny Smith
April 10
Barb George
April 20
Cindy Larsen
April 21
Don Steward
Tana Steward
April 5
Dick Schlosser
Susy Schlosser
April 21
Mark Valentine
Michelle Valentine
April 21
Mike Holcomb
April 22
Wick Temple
Colleen Cavanaugh Temple
April 29
Kay Fantin
Todd Fantin
April 30
Apr 26, 2022
Partnerships in Community Outreach
May 10, 2022
Everett 3on3 presented by Boeing
May 17, 2022
Preparing Youth for College
May 24, 2022
Naval Station Everett update
May 31, 2022
Committee Showcase
Jun 07, 2022
Local 32 Longshore – Renovations Update
Jun 14, 2022
YMCA Esports Program
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Tammy Dunn
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Rotary Log 04-19-22
Rotary Club of Everett
Deborah Wright, PP, gave us “two thumbs up” as we were ready to begin the Rotary Club of Everett meeting. 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.
Tom Koenig, PP, provided lighthearted quotes including one from Bill Murray.
Neil Angst, PEN, introduced Allen Stockbridge, PNW Passport Club and Dick Obendorf, guest. Don Steward introduced his daughter, Chris Geyer, as they both were joining us virtually. President Greg introduced the students of the months parents, Mia and Oliver Fernandez, Robin Stocking and Jason & Julie Wolfe.
Clay Browse introduced Cascade High Student of the Month is Jasper Fernandez. For four years he has participated in the Technology Student Association and has served as the president of the club. He has competed in TSA at the state level and placed in the top three every year in every category he enters. In 2021 he was state champion in Scientific Visualization. At the National level he has seen Top 24 and Top 12 finishes in multiple categories. No surprise that Jasper plans to study something STEM related in college!
Mary Toews introduced Everett High Student of the Month is Annalea Stocking. She is active in National Honor Society, and DECA and was a 2021 AP Scholar. Outside of school she dances and competes in ballet and won 3rd place in the 2018 World Art Ballet Competition. A teacher said “Annalea is a very self-motivated student who holds herself to a very high standard. One of the many great qualities Annalea has been her ability to help others and to be an amazing mentor and role model to her peers. Congratulations Annalea!”
Cathy Woods introduced Student of the Month from Sequoia High is Nathan Wolfe, a focused student who strives to do his best at all times. His career goals are game designer, acting or possibly both. Nathan plans to use his sense of humor, love of programming and games in his career. A teacher said, "Nathan has regularly developed creative tasks that challenge his own skills, demonstrates a quest for knowledge that is contagious to others, and helps others to deepen their own understanding through peer to peer tutoring."
President Greg stated the LaConner Rotary Club will be selling Tulalips at the next Rotary Meeting. This is a fundraiser for the LaConner Rotary Club.
President Greg announced the Fireside is back and will be April 29th. There is a sign-up form in the foyer by the nametags.
President Greg stated the District Celebration is May 13th-15th. If interested, please register.
Allen Stockbridge talked about the Green Bag Food Project. If interested in this Community Service Project, please contact Allen. For more information, visit
Tammy Dunn, PE, gave a District Assembly report. Thank you to Jack Robinson, Cathryn, Cole, Brenda Ivory-Bolanos, and Rosette Nabuma for attending the event. Each member attended a different session including Achieving Inclusion, Need for Innovative Clubs, Fundraising Practices, Engagement, Social Media, Rotary at Work, and Honoring Indigenous People. Tammy stated that she is interested in learning more about the club doing a Land Acknowledgement at the meetings.
Considering ordering Lunch with Kindred Kitchen. The lunch will be waiting for you when you come to the Tuesday meeting. Order by Thursdays for the next Tuesday. Order today for Tuesday, May 3rd.
Janice Ellis was $100 happy as it had been 5 years since the Dominican Republic trip.
Mark Valentine, PP, was $47 happy as Michelle and him are celebrating their 47th anniversary.
Jeff Micciche is $100 happy as it has been 2 years since he has attended a Rotary meeting in person and he told the story of attend the Rotary International Convention when it was in Barbados.
Mary Toews is $100 happy to be back after 2 years and Mary’s Place at Arts is receiving a National Award of Arts.
Barb George is celebrating a 78th birthday and is $100 happy.
PROGRAM - Empowering Voters, Defending Democracy – About the League of Women Voters
President Greg introduced Jeanne Crevier, president of the League of Women Voters in Snohomish County.
The mission of the League of Women Voters is Empowering Voters, Defending Democracy. This organization is a nonpartisan, grassroots political organization that focuses on issues, encourage informed and active participation in government and advocate for position on issues based on study & consensus.
Members are anyone who are interested in democracy. Ages range from 20+. Currently there are 215 members in League of Women Voters of Snohomish County. Members may give any amount of time.
The organization is active within the community. Their goal is to make an impact in the community. The work the organization does include:
  • Get out the Vote in local and national elections – put up posters in local businesses.
  • Civics Education – two books are available to middle school and high schools to teach about civics education.
  • Advocacy – Observer Corps and Speak Up Schools and Lobby Day
  • Voter Outreach – Candidate forums,, GOTV and Voter Registration
League of Women Voters of Snohomish County has 8 committees for members to be involved with. Children’s Services, Civil Discourse, Census/Redistricting, Diversity Outreach, Health Care, Natural Resources, Transportation, and Voter Services.
Examples of past events include Redistricting 101, Civil Discourse workshops to heal divides, and Evergreen Tuesdays.
LWVSC have established partnerships with nonpartisan organizations to facilitate our work and to help amplify theirs. Partners include Everett Public Library, NAACP of Snohomish County and Sno-Isle Libraries.
More resources include:
  • TRY Brochure
  • Magazine on the Air
  • YouTube channel
  • Social Media – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
President Greg thanked Jeanne and the bell ringers. He ended the meeting with a Rotary Membership Moment. During the scholarship interviews, Neil Angst stepped up to provide a scholarship for a student. Thank you Neil!
President Greg adjourned the meeting at 1 pm.
Respectfully Submitted,
Tammy Dunn
Photography Submitted by.
Tammy Dunn
Partnerships in Community Outreach, presented by Jessica Ro, Khristy Spaeth, and Valentina Riquelme-Ponce