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Rotary Log 03-23-21
Rotary Club of Everett
President John Olson began his 37th virtual meeting and our 5,390th meeting of the Rotary Club of Everett.
The meeting was called to order by President John Olson who then led us in the Pledge of Allegiance.
The Thought of the day was presented by Tom Koenig, was a quote by Dr. Robert Doddard, American rocket developer, “It is difficult to say what is impossible because the dream of yesterday is the hope of today and the reality of tomorrow.”
Today’s only guest was introduced by his host, Greg Lineberry as Don Schwab, a member candidate.  President John took the opportunity to remind the members that they need to extend more invitations to potential members.

Kari Petrasek announced happy hour on this Thursday, 3/25, “Welcome to Spring” is the theme.
President John read a thank you letter from Housing Hope for child development program signed by Fred Safstrom.
President John also updated us on the reconciling of billing notices.
Greg Lineberry presented $50 from an anonymous club member who has just received the once only J & J COVID shot
Ralph Quaas will celebrate his 87th birthday on Friday with lunch and dinner “somewhere”
Kaye Phinney got to sit out and watch a volleyball game for 9 yr olds, a baseball game for 13 yr olds on Saturday and then on Sunday had a double header!
Tom Lane is marking his first 29 years of work happy—he expects to follow it with another 29 years (as I’m sure he will since he must have started very young)
Greg Lineberry says we have a new system for raising hands—it’s under the reaction button.  That may have been for the “Announcement” section…
PROGRAM:  Airshield: Innovation in Airline Passenger Safety
Sean Kelly told us a story about giving feedback on an ergonomic prototype chair and then introduced our speakers from Teague Aerospace, Sarah Kelly and Anthony Harcup, design engineers.
Thinkers, Makers, Doers
Teague was started in NYC in 1926 by Walter Dorwin Teague, with a mission to reinvent the world.  It is now based in Seattle as an independent and employee owned, and design is embedded in everything they do.  Examples are Xbox, elements on international space station, UPS truck, Texaco logo, Kodak, Boeing and other airline interiors, custom interiors including air, sound and lighting while tying interiors to exteriors for airlines.  They design and build the future with old world and new world technology and develop prototypes while working on trust and safety.  Working with development mobility and technology, and virtual reality they collaborated with Disney, Google to create a new read aloud Golden Books.  They approach their work as though what they do could change the world.
Anthony Harcup explained that he would tell us about his project entitled, “AirShield.”  He began by explaining the serious hit the airline industry has taken over the last 10 months due to COVID by restricting travel which reduced to 5% in 2020 and now domestic travel is still only at 50%. 
Keeping us safe, the airlines mandated extreme cleaning, especially masks and leaving middle seats open.  He predicts that rules will relax but anxiety will continue.
AirShield redirects sanitized purified air and disburses it to passengers individually.  Developed a little video to explain the HEPA filter process that protects them on the aircraft.   It is a virtual passenger experience that applies to coach which protects you from pathogens as well as just smells and promotes a sense of safety. Backed by research. 
Air stream is designed to create a curtain of safe air so it’s not blowing right in your face and moves down the air from the HEPA filter.  He believes it will be ready in 4-6 months.
President John thanked our speakers and presented them with a gift to the Boys and Girls Club of Everett.
Meeting adjourned.
Respectfully submitted by
Barb George
Photographs by
Tammy Dunn
117th Congress, presented by Rick Larson, Washington State Representative