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2619 Cedar
Everett, WA 98201
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Rotary Log 05-03-22
Everett Rotary meeting number 5444 was called to order by President Greg Lineberry, his meeting number 43 of this year.  President Greg led the members in the Pledge of Allegiance.
The Thought of the Day was delivered by Kaye Phinney.  She told us of going on the internet and found that many different countries celebrate Mother’s Day on different days and for different lengths of time.  Kaye read a poem from her book of “Graces” in honor of mothers everywhere.
There were no visiting Rotarians or guests today.
AnnaMarie Laurence announced the Scholarship Awards ceremony will take place on May 17th at the Everett Civic Auditorium at 6 pm.
Kelli Thode announced the American Red Cross Blood Drive on Wed., June 22.  To sign up, go to
President Greg announced a Happy Hour Social on Thursday, May 12th from 5:30 to 6:30.
President Greg reminded us to order Boxed Lunches for next week’s meeting.
President Greg also announced that the South Everett Mukilteo Rotary was having a “Dueling Pianos” event on Sunday, May 15th. South Everett Mukilteo Club is also planning a trip to Ireland you may want to make plans for.
Pastor Paul Stoot gave a special $100 thank you to Kaye Phinney for the opportunity to thank mothers and fathers who gave their time to raise children, he celebrated his own mother’s 85 birthday, and he was especially thankful to receive a $1 million grant for expansion of his academy and reminded us of his celebrity golf tournament coming up in July.
Kelly Shepherd gave a $100 for a mystery birthday.
MaryBeth Dingledy gave $53 for her birthday.
President Greg gave the final bell-ringer to have survived his horrible COVID bout and sorry for his wife who now has it. 
Rose Goulet posted that “Your greatest contribution to the universe may not be something you do but someone you raise. (Author unknown.)
Neil Angst played Santa, handing out raffle prizes to Bambi Erickson, Kirby Duncan and Andy Hall.
Heather Barnhart has been a member of the club for 2 ½ years but due to COVID (the latest and greatest excuse), was unable to give her talk before.  She’s sick of the red tag so she told us of her husband and three children, two of which have graduated from college.  She supports youth and the YMCA and she’s now happy to remove her red tag.  President Greg, who has known her for more than 20 years, teased her a bit about the delay in her classification talk.
The membership was then treated to a musical performance by Walt Greewood. 
President Greg adjourned the meeting and members visited for bit with each other.
Respectfully submitted,
Barb Geroge
Photos submitted,
Tammy Dunn