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Kelli Thode
July 2
Tammy Dunn
July 4
Fredric Sjoholm
July 10
Zeb Cobbs
July 10
Steve Ellis
July 15
Dale Packard
July 17
Randy Hansen
July 25
Bruce Timm
July 27
Zak Parpia
Chitra Parpia
July 4
Tom Lane
Kjersti Lane
July 11
Erik Samuelson
Tauni Samuelson
July 14
Nick Hansen
Kaylee Hansen
July 17
Betsy Baker-Bold
Sean Bold
July 25
Tom Koenig
Debbi Koenig
July 25
Andy Skotdal
Dana Skotdal
July 31
Ralph Quaas
Kay Quaas
July 31
Jul 06, 2021
Boys and Girls Clubs of Snohomish County
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Welcome to our club!
We Add Value to our Community Through Service
We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Legion Memorial Golf Course
144 West Marine View Drive
Everett, WA  98201
United States of America
(425) 259-9141
(425) 258-1341
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Rotary Log 06-29-21
President John Olson rang the bell at 12:00 noon, calling to order meeting #5404 of The Rotary Club of Everett, and virtual meeting #51.
A little fun with Todd Morrow, former Everett Rotarian, jumped in to lead the meeting. President John asked Todd to led the club in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Dr. Paul Pitre read a quote from James Baldwin, “Not everything that is faced can be changed but nothing can be changed until it is fixed.” and reflected on striving for change.
Todd Morrow was our only visitor today. Great to see you Todd!
President John mentioned the change to the Everett Rotary Youth Foundation bylaws. The change is to state “Rotary Foundation” rather than “Rotary International” as this will be easier to make contributions to the Rotary Foundation. He sent the email to the membership to review.
Deborah Wright, PP, was $100 happy as Hope Works celebrated 10 years and congratulations to Ed Petersen, PP.
Todd Morrow was $100 happy as he congratulated President John a successful year, he is enjoying Whidbey Island, and congratulations to Ed Petersen for 34 years at Housing Hope/Hope Works.
Mark Valentine was $100 happy as he thanked President John and the Board for keeping us going throughout the year.
Neil Angst was $100 happy as he had successful weight loss surgery.
Rich Toyer was $100 happy as his wife and him beat the heat in Wenatchee and they were staying at the Delta Hotel to continue beating the heat.
Ed Peterson was $100 happy as he thanked President John for a wonderful year and his last day at Housing Hope is Wednesday, June 30th.
President John drew the names of the Raffle Winners.
Prize #1: Kelli Thode
Prize #2: Rich Toyer
Prize #3: Michael Holcomb
Thanks Wick Temple for a great year with the Raffles!
PROGRAM: Changing of the Guard
President John shared a few thoughts. Rotary International President Holger asked us to share our gifts locally and internationally during this challenging year. The Rotary of Club of Everett accomplished this. Our biggest accomplishment was awarding the youth scholarships to the students of Cascade, Everett and Sequoia High Schools.
President John recognized the outgoing board members.
Special Thanks!
Rotarian of the Year: Anna Marie Laurence
Anna Marie lead the Scholarship Committee. With her leadership the committee focused on stewardship and fundraising efforts. The committee accomplished both of these goals. The committee found new scholarships with community partners. CONGRATULATIONS ANNA MARIE!
President John wrapped up his year by auctioning off a special drawing by Don Senter. Winning bid was to Greg Lineberry, President Elect.
Greg Tisdel, past District Governor, swore in the Incoming Leadership.
Board Members: Wick Temple, Anna Marie Laurence, Jesse O’Brien, Heather Barnhart
2021-2022 President: Greg Lineberry
Vice President: Kelli Thode
Treasurer: Rich Toyer
Secretary: Neil Angst
President Elect: Sonya Kraski
President Elect Nominee: Tammy Dunn
Greg thanked the outgoing board members.
President Greg Lineberry stated the July 6th meeting will be a special recognition for President John at the Everett Boys & Girls Club. He reflected on this past year. We realized that Judi Edwards is irreplaceable. John Olson, PP, learned bookkeeping and John’s words of wisdom is “Don’t turn off the computer.”.
President Greg is excited about the upcoming year as there will be special social opportunities, great programs, Student of the Month honored, and local heroes in our community recognition.
There will be lots of Fun happening throughout the year and Service Above Self.
2021 – 2022 Theme is Service to Change Lives
President Greg reminded everyone that the meeting on July 6th is in person at the Everett Boys & Girls Club. He adjourned the meeting.
Respectfully submitted,
Tammy Dunn
Photos submitted,
Tammy Dunn
Boys & Girls Club of Snohomish County, presented by Marci Volmer, introduced by Bill Tsoukalas