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Cat Wilson
May 3
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Log Report 05-11-21
President John Olson rang the Rotary bell at 12:00 noon, calling to order meeting #5397 of the Rotary Club of Everett, and virtual meeting #44.
He then led the club in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Barbara George presented the Thought of The Day, with some thoughts on Mother’s Day and a prayer.
There were no visiting Rotarians or guests.
Kari Petrasek announced that the Rotary District 5050 conference will be held this upcoming Friday and Saturday. Contact her or President John to register.
Kari Patrasek also mentioned the virtual happy hour this Thursday, My 13th at 5:30pm.
President John thanked Heather Barnhart for her help in securing matching funds from the Boeing Company for the Everett Rotary Youth Foundation. He also discussed the upcoming scholarship award night and the introduction of the Larry O’Donnell Scholarship Fund!
Anna Marie Laurence mentioned that the scholarship award night will be held on Monday, May 17th at 6:00pm online. She has emailed a link to join.
Zeb Cobbs had a $200 double bell ringer for his crazy computer issues last week.
Kelli Thode had $50 in honor of Will McMahan’s volunteer service to the Red Cross. She also presented at the LaConner Rotary Club and visited Spokane Rotary.
Marybeth Dingledy had $52 birthday bucks.
Kay Fantin have $100 anniversary bucks.
Larry O’Donnell was humbled and honored by the scholarship in his name.
Greg Lineberry had a great time in Mexico and was happy about the Larry O’Donnell Scholarship Fund.
Tom Koenig had $25 for getting his tractor stuck in low gear.
President John inducted Don Schwab to the club membership. Welcome Don! 
PROGRAM: Everett Jets FC
Tammy Dunn introduced program presenter, Marco Mummy of the Everett Jets FC.
Marco discussed the Everett Jets FC, Everett’s newest semi-pro sports team. The Jets are a semi-pro soccer team. Their purpose is to bring communities closer to the sport of soccer.
Their mission is to build a Best-Will-Play system, shape a path to pro soccer, and provide a premier game atmosphere. Their values are community, competition, and learning.
Their players mainly come from Snohomish County, with an average age of 22 years old.
They play in the Evergreen Premier League, with 11 total teams from all over the state. Only 8 teams will play in the 2021 season.
Their home venue will be Mariner High School, and Archbishop Murphy High School. Experience elements will include:
  • Special Nights
  • Giveaways & Contests
  • Concessions & Food Trucks
  • A Drumline & Chant Leader
  • Music & Announcer
  • Halftime Shows
  • A Mascot
Season tickets are available. Tickets at the gate are Adult $10, Youth $5, & Under 3 Free.
The Everett Jets Website is
Marco the entertained questions from club members.
President John thanked Marco for his presentation and stated that a donation will be made to the Everett Boys & Girls Club.
President John reminded the club about the scholarship award night, the club survey, and committee selection forms.
Respectfully Submitted,
Clayton Browse
Photography Submitted,
Tammy Dunn
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