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Cat Wilson
May 3
Kelly Shepherd
May 4
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May 6
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May 26
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May 29
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May 10
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Davis Rainville
May 25
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Rita Okrent
May 26
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BILL Tsoukalas
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Margaret Bavasi
May 30
May 17, 2022
Preparing Youth for College
May 24, 2022
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May 31, 2022
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Jun 14, 2022
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Jun 28, 2022
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Tammy Dunn
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We Add Value to our Community Through Service
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Hensen Hall, Everett, and online
2619 Cedar
Everett, WA 98201
United States of America
(425) 259-9141
(425) 258-1341
We meet in person weekly at Hensen Hall in Everett, and also online for those that can't attend in person.
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Rotary Log 05-10-22
Rotary Club of Everett
Deborah Wright, PP, greeted us as we all joined today’s Zoom Meeting.
President Greg led us in the Pledge of Allegiance at 12:03 pm and into our 44th meeting of the year and our 5,445th meeting of the Rotary Club of Everett.
Larry O’Donnell provided the Thought of the Day. His thought was to keep our sense of hour. Smile and laughter is the thing that keeps us sane.
Janice Ellis introduced Jack Eng, South Whidbey Rotary. Bill Tsoukalas introduced Nick Harper, Deputy Mayor of Everett, and Rick Steltenpohl’s dad, Bill.
Deborah Wright say a song about her learning to play the ukulele while playing the ukulele. She did a fantastic job!
President Greg announced Kindred Kitchen Box Lunch orders may be made online by Thursday each week for the next week’s meeting. Order online.
President Greg announced the Past President’s Dinner is Wednesday, May 11th at 5:30 pm at the Everett Golf & Country Club.
President Greg passed around a “Get Well Soon” card for Ed Rubatino.
An announcement about the Scholarship Night – May 17th, 6:30 pm for the in person Scholarship Night at Everett Civic Auditorium. Over $280,000 in scholarships will be awarded.
Kelli Thode announced the Blood Drive with the Everett Elks will be June 22nd. Register online. Thank you Heather Barnhart and Brian Hollingshead!
The Snohomish Rotary group is working on plans for a student trip to the project site in Guatemala in summer 2023.  There is a Zoom meeting tonight.  Contact President Greg if you are interested in participating.
Brian Hollingshead was recognized with his first Paul Harris. Congratulations!
Darren Crout is from Everett and has worked for IRG Physical & Hand Therapy for the last nine years. He enjoys creating relationships and is passionate about connecting with people. He looks forward to being involved with Rotary Club of Everett.
John Olson thanked Anna Marie Laurence for the work she has done with the Scholarship program this year.
Mark Valentine was sad with the passing of Harv Jubie, Marysville Rotarian.
Mike Holcomb was happy for his 56th anniversary.
Janice Ellis told the story of running into someone who was in her court. Joy to be in a community.
Kaye Phinney was happy for a birthday and anniversary.
Neil Angst announced the winners of this week’s raffle. Amy Norman was the winner of a basket filled with goodies and winner of Coffee and wine. Will McMahan was the winner of Espresso chocolate and wine. Congratulations!
PROGRAM – Everett 3 on 3 Basketball
Bill Tsoukalas introduced Rick Steltenpohl, co-owner of Eventuris and co-founder of Hoopfest.
Rick thanked the City of Everett for support of the event. Thanked the Snohomish County Sports Commission for their support.
Eventuris started eight years ago. Hoopfest started in 1990 and he wanted to bring a 3 on 3 basketball tournament to the western side of Washington. The City of Everett and other community leaders welcomed them and helped with making the 2022 Everett 3on3 tournament a reality.
Fifty basketball courts will be set up in downtown Everett and there will be a tournament for each division. Register at
There is great support from the community. The Boeing Company is the presenting sponsor. Funko is sponsoring the 3 point contest, McClain Insurance is the Slam Dunk contest sponsor, and Everett Downtown Storage is the Skills Challenge sponsor. More sponsorships are available.
The 3 on 3 basketball tournament is July 9-10, 2022. Tournament begins Saturday at 8 am. Sunday will be single elimination games and will begin at 8 am.
Eventuris is excited to build an event and make it special for the community.
President Greg thanked Rick and everyone for attending. He adjourned the meeting at 1 pm.
Respectfully Submitted,
Tammy Dunn
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Tammy Dunn
Preparing Youth for College, presented by Chris Geyer, introduced by Don Steward