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Jeanne Willard
April 1
Laura Zorick
April 1
Deborah Wright
April 7
Jeff Micciche
April 7
Johnny Smith
April 10
Barb George
April 20
Cindy Larsen
April 21
Don Steward
Tana Steward
April 5
Dick Schlosser
Susy Schlosser
April 21
Mark Valentine
Michelle Valentine
April 21
Mike Holcomb
April 22
Wick Temple
Colleen Cavanaugh Temple
April 29
Kay Fantin
Todd Fantin
April 30
Apr 05, 2022
League of Women Voters
Apr 12, 2022
Club Assembly
Apr 19, 2022
Paul Harris presentations
May 24, 2022
Naval Station Everett update
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Bulletin Editor
Tammy Dunn
Club Information
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Everett, WA 98201
United States of America
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Rotary Log 03-29-22
Rotary Club of Everett
President Greg Lineberry called meeting #5439 to order; #38 of his presidency. He then led the club in the Pledge of Allegiance.  
Deborah Wright brought us the Thought of the Day, stating that we as Rotarians have the power to bring change in the world, and use our skills to provide service to others.
President Greg presented a memorial for fallen Everett Police Officer Dan Rocha. He shared some memories of Officer Rocha, recent legislation, and the current bail system. The club then observed a moment of silence for Officer Rocha.
President Greg welcomed visiting Rotarian Rosette Nabuma from Uganda, with the Candlelight Foundation. Will McMahan introduced Caleb with the Salvation Army.
Tammy Dunn announced that this year’s district assembly will held on April 9th in Surrey, BC. See Tammy or Neil Angst if you are interested in attending.
Cathryn Cole discussed the Dominican Republic fundraiser on April 6th from 4-6pm.
President Greg stated that there will be an account set up for donations for the family of Officer Dan Rocha. He also mentioned that club members can sign up for box lunches for club meetings. Greg stated that Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, Firesides, and Happy Hour will be returning soon!
Anna Marie Laurence stated that all student scholarship interview slots are filled. The committee will be interviewing 60 students on April 16th. The award ceremony will be held on May 17th at the Civic Auditorium.  Also, the shopping spree will be held on June 1st. This year the club will be awarding $278000 in scholarships!
Neil Angst announced that beginning next week the raffle will return, as well as some overdue Paul Harris recognitions.
President Greg mentioned that the club will begin having door greeters again. Contact Brian Hollingshead to sign up.
Glenn Bachman led off with $53 reminding the club that today is National Vietnam Veterans Day.
Kaye Phinney has some $ for surviving unscathed after being struck by an SUV in the Costco parking lot.
Kari Petrasek had $50 birthday bucks.
Janice Ellis had $40 for her kids’ birthdays.
David Chan had $100 reminder of the many suffering children around the world.
Mark Valentine had $20 for a crazy trip to Boston for the Dermatology Association meeting.
PROGRAM: Spring 2022 Update with County Councilmember Megan Dunn
Kari Petrasek introduced today’s speaker, Snohomish County Councilmember Megan Dunn.
Councilmember Dunn presented an update on the work of the Snohomish County Council. Her district includes Everett, Mukilteo, and Tulalip.
The council is responsible for the following:
  • Elections
  • Road construction & maintenance
  • Law enforcement
  • Judicial
  • Prosecutors
  • Emergency management
  • Land use
  • Airports
  • Parks & recreation
  • Human services
  • Planning
Councilmember Dunn has many assignments. Her priorities in 2022 are:
  • Housing
  • Homelessness
  • Tree canopy
  • Alternative court systems
  • Surplus vehicle donations
  • COVID recovery
In the spring of 2020, the council received $143 million in federal support. The funds have been allocated to the following:
  • Public health
  • Human services
  • Government services
  • Snohomish health district
  • Sheriff & corrections
The America Rescue Plan account has money allocated for:
  • Community support
  • Economic & workforce recovery
  • County operations
In May $80 million in funds will be used for:
  • Creating a food & farmers market at McCollum Park
  • Community kitchen
  • Support of agriculture & small business
Councilmember Dunn’s accomplishments include:
  • Appointments to regional & federal boards
  • Appointments to county boards & commissions
  • Local funding of affordable housing & behavior health
  • Tribal health assessment
  • 2024 Tree canopy ordinance
You can contact Councilmember Dunn at 425-388-3494, or
Councilmember Dunn then entertained questions from club members.
President Greg thanked Councilmember Dunn with a donation in her name to Victim Services of Snohomish County. Greg also recognized today’s bell ringers, Vietnam veterans, Kari’s birthday and our visiting Rotarians.
Meeting Adjourned.
Respectfully Submitted,
Clay Browse
Photography Submitted by.
Tammy Dunn
Paul Harris Presentation