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Len Maio
March 7
Ralph Quaas
March 26
Amanda Overly
March 27
Paul Pitre
March 29
Kari Petrasek
March 31
Fredric Sjoholm
Jo Anne Sjoholm
March 21
Mar 16, 2021
Snohomish County PUD
Mar 23, 2021
Airshield: Innovation in Airline Passenger Safety
Mar 30, 2021
The 117th Congress
Apr 06, 2021
Mood Management / Mood Control: Maintaining Optimism & Positivity
Apr 13, 2021
Club Assembly
Apr 20, 2021
Art & The Environment: Northwest Glass Art Series #3
Apr 27, 2021
Everett YMCA Update
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Rotary Log 03-09-21
Rotary Club of Everett
President John began his 35th virtual meeting and our 5,388th meeting of the Rotary Club of Everett.
Prior to the Pledge of Allegiance, a video of the National Anthem was played. The performers were the combined choirs of the United States Naval Academy, United States Air Force Academy, United States Military Academy at West Point, United States Coast Guard Academy, accompanied by the United States Army Herald Trumpets.
Randy Hansen, PP, delivered the Pledge of Allegiance.
Tom Koenig, PP, delivered the Thought of the Day about the 19th Amendment which prohibits the states and federal government from denying the right to vote to citizens of the United States on the basis of sex.
Guests: Kelli Thode introduced Vern Wood, People’s Bank and Red Cross Board Member.
Walt Greenwood sang a song that was from 90 years ago and related to the Police. “In the Jailhouse Now”.
Kari Petrasek announced Happy Hour is Thursday, March 11th at 5:30 pm via Zoom Meeting. The Theme will be St. Patrick’s Day. Join the meeting and receive a Makeup Credit.
President John Olson announced that Covid-19 hats were available for sale. Please contact Howie Bargreen to purchase a hat. You may donate the hat to Providence Regional Medical Center. Howie will donate the money to the Everett Rotary Youth Foundation.
Kelly Shepherd announced the three recipients of the local impact grants.
  • Cascade Technology Student Association (CTSA) Competition Participation
  • Greater Trinity Academy for GTA STEAM Program Expansion
  • Everett Public Schools Foundation Windows and Mirrors Literature Program at North and Evergreen
President John announced that members may receive an email indicating that dues have not been paid. They are figuring out who has paid dues. Thank you for your patience.
Dr. Paul Stoot thanked Kaye Phinney for her help. She is our “Tom Brady” and appreciated of Randy Hansen for golfing*. *Did not catch everything.
Randy Hansen was happy as he had a great time golfing.
Mike Holcomb has birthday dollars as he turned 79.
Kay Fantin was happy and thanked all the Rotarians who supported the Everett School Foundation virtual event on March 3rd.
Kaye Phinney thanked Dr. Paul Stoot for his kind words.
Kelly Shepherd thanked Vaccination Heroes - Dr. Ian Saltzman and Greg Lineberry.
Deborah Wright was a “bell ringer” happy as her youngest daughter is starting a new Rotary Club.
PROGRAM:  Strategic Initiatives in Everett Policing
Greg Lineberry introduced Everett Chief of Police Dan Templeman. Chief of Police Templeman thanked other for their hardwork to implement these initiatives.
Chief of Police Templeman explained that these strategic initiatives were created in 2012 by working with the community. The initiatives are revaluated every year. The five strategic initiatives are:
Body-worn Cameras – The department received a grant for the police officers to wear body-worn cameras. A pilot program was started in 2020. The department has fully-launched the program with 140+ cameras.
Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion – This initiative kicked off in January 2021.
Project ABLE (Active Bystandship for Law Enforcement) – The initiative provides officers with training on how to successfully intervene.
Assessment of Policies & Procedures – Washington State Association of Sheriff & Police Chiefs conducts the assessment.
Organizational Assessment – Outside consultants review and provide recommendations.
President John thanked Everett Chief of Police Templeman for being our guest speaker. He adjourned the meeting at 1:00 PM.
Respectfully Submitted,
Tammy Dunn
Photography Submitted,
Tammy Dunn
Utility with Snohomish PUD, presented by John Haarlow Snohomish PUD CEO, introduced by Laura Zorick