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Mary Toews
January 1
Jennifer Skeeter
January 7
Scott Casselman
January 9
Janice Ellis
January 12
Sean Kelly
January 13
Zak Parpia
January 16
Eric Irelan
January 20
Ian Saltzman
January 20
Jeff Moore
Renee Moore
January 5
Walt Greenwood
Pamela Greenwood
January 23
Jan 18, 2022
Superior Court Update
Jan 25, 2022
State of the County
Feb 01, 2022
Annual Fundraiser Kick-off
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Tammy Dunn
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Everett, WA 98201
United States of America
(425) 259-9141
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Rotary Log 1.4.22
Rotary Club of Everett
President Greg Lineberry called to order meeting #5428 of the Rotary Club of Everett; meeting #26 of his presidency.  He then led the club in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Jack Robinson brought us the Thought of the Day, stating that each of us decides the future of humankind.

President Greg introduced today’s speaker, Wes Allen. Kelly Shepherd introduced her coworker, Kathy. Tammy Dunn introduced Darren Crout from IRG Physical Therapy.
President Greg announced that due to the COVID outbreak, club meetings in January will be virtual. Contact Greg if you have any questions or concerns.
Rich Toyer led off with $100 for his son, sister, and niece and safe travels.
Will McMahan was $20 happy to see Rose Goulet
Rose Goulet was $100 happy to be cancer free!
PROGRAM: Helping Make Career Dreams a Working Reality
Anna Marie Laurence began today’s program by announcing that the board of directors has approved scholarships for students attending Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center in the areas of Automotive, Construction Management, and Building Trades. She then introduced today’s speaker, We Allen, director of the Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center. Wes began by thanking the club for its support and scholarships.
Sno-Isle is one of 17 tech skills centers in the state. The first skills center in the Puget Sound area began in 1966.
Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center offers the following to students:
  • Entry level skills to supply the workforce pipeline
  • Career ready employment
  • Work for students – learning and working in a professional setting
  • 90% of high school juniors and seniors have access to the skills center.
Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center’s values include:
  • Teamwork and collaboration
  • Fun and passion
  • Integrity and respect
  • Growth and knowledge
  • Diversity and equity
Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center currently serves 934 students from 44 high schools in 14 school districts from Skykomish to Whidbey Island, from Darrington to Edmonds. Juniors and seniors can attend morning or afternoon sessions. The Mukilteo school district serves as their home district. The center has many college and industry partners.
The 5 core pathways the center focuses on include:
  • Information Technology
  • Business
  • Human Services
  • Science & Health
  • Trades & Industry (the largest program)
Their website address is They are also on Facebook, @SNOISLETECH, Instagram, @SNOISLETECH, and Twitter, @TECHSNO
Wes then entertained questions from the club membership.
President Greg thanked Wes and informed him that a donation was being made in his name to Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County.
Greg thanked today’s bell ringers and said it was good to see Rose Goulet.
He thanked our guests and reminded the club to stay vigilant. Greg also asked the membership that if they know of any volunteer opportunities, to let him know.
Respectfully Submitted by,
Clay Browse
Photography Submitted by.
Tammy Dunn
NEXT PROGRAM – January 11, 2022:
Hand in Hand, presented by Annadea Olsen, introduced by Kari Petrasek