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John Olson
June 3
Don Steward
June 9
Neil Angst
June 9
Tom Koenig
June 9
Fred Safstrom
June 10
Robert Beil
June 10
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June 11
Eric Anderson
June 13
Sonya Kraski
June 13
William (Bill) Finley
June 15
Steve Juntwait
June 21
Don Senter
June 28
Heather Barnhart
June 29
Jim Staniford
June 29
Jerry Tucker
Betty Tucker
June 1
Fred Safstrom
Diane Safstrom
June 7
Dave Schlosser
Caitlyn Schlosser
June 16
John Olson
Mary Kate Olson
June 18
Deborah Wright
Bob Wright
June 22
Jim Wheeler
Joanne Wheeler
June 23
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Janice Hansen
June 28
Jun 22, 2021
Preserving Free Inquiry In A Cancel Culture
Jun 29, 2021
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Jul 06, 2021
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Rotary Log 06-15-21
Rotary Club of Everett
The meeting (Rotary meeting #5402,  virtual meeting #49) was called to order by President John Olson who then led us in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Wise words for the Thought of the Day were provided by Tom Koenig, PP, and music by Walt Greenwood was enjoyed by all.
President John Olson called upon members to introduce their guests:  Mayor Franklin introduced her guest Kimberly Garth and Roy Yates, PP, introduced Mark Johnson, Providence Hospice & Home Care Foundation of Snohomish County, soon to be a new member.
The Raffle facilitated by Wick Temple with special wrapped packages with secret contents and assisted by President John who drew the names.  The winners:
Henry Newton
Rich Toyer
Michael Holcomb
Prizes consisted of an assortment of Camp Fire mints, Girl Scout cookies, Almond Roca, very special wines and surprise packages.
Deb Wright, PP, told us about the scholarship fund begun by an anonymous donor and named for Larry O’Donnell.
Laura Zorick gave an update on the Cleanup Day at Rotary Park.  No BBQ was allowed but serious cleanup was accomplished with volunteers.
Greg Lineberry, PE, retired from the City of Everett and moved to Lake Stevens School District.
Tom Koenig, PP, congratulated Greg Lineberry.
Tom Lane’s daughter was chosen valedictorian at Mountlake Terrace High School.
Sean Kelly is back in office with the door open.
Randy Hansen, PP, reminded us that we all know Mayor Cassie Franklin but introduced Mayor Franklin anyway.
Mayor Franklin told us about the challenges and plans for moving forward.  She talked about the loss of revenue, housing, jobs, cuts in city government.  She reminded us all to keep safe, and get vaccinated. 
She specifically talked about the loss of businesses, new programs to help in certain areas and the Everett Cares Grants to help small business and non-profits.  She said more would be coming.
The mayor then talked about a variety of affordable housing solutions.  She told us about training and policies on diversity, that they had hired a new manager to focus on equity, relating to the community, building pathways to inclusivity, health and safety, and coming together as a community.
Questions followed on these topics:  Flowers—and praise of Fire Dept Chief, volunteering, building permits, Sorticulture, and 4th of July.
For more information, here's a link to Mayor's directive on building unity, addressing racism and promoting equity for all.
President John thanked Mayor Franklin.  He commented that we had 64 participants today.  The meeting was adjourned.
Respectfully submitted,
Barb George
On Further Reflection, presented by TBD, introduced by Sean Kelly