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Sep 08, 2020 12:00 PM
Rights - Civil Liberties & Higher Education
Sep 15, 2020 12:00 PM
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The Didital Frontier of learning
Sep 29, 2020
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Oct 06, 2020 12:00 PM
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Oct 27, 2020 12:00 PM
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Rotary Log 09-01-20
The Rotary Club of Everett
The Rotary Club of Everett President John Olson rang the Rotary bell at 12 noon, calling to order meeting #5362 of the Rotary Club of Everett; meeting #9 of his presidency and virtual meeting #25.
He then led the club in the Pledge of Allegiance.
PP Tom Koenig presented the Thought of the Day, quoting from John F Kennedy’s June 1963 civil rights address.
No Visiting Rotarians. Guests:  Mark Valentine introduced guests Lee Mills and Rob Weisman from the Seattle Symphony.
Tammy Dunn reminded the club of the upcoming Zoom Happy Hour on Thursday, September 3rd at 5:30 pm.
Tammy also urged the membership to go to the club website and follow the links to Facebook, Instagram - @RotaryClubofEverett and Twitter.- @EverettRotary  Visit the Rotary Club Website to access the social media outlets. This will expand the club’s exposure on social media.
Tammy then went for the Hat Trick, announcing the raffle next Tuesday, September 8th. Wick Temple has 2 great prize packages and a Grand Prize package. She also reminded the club to please donate items to the raffle.
Kelli Thode announced that the club will be beginning outdoor firesides with a limit of 5 attendees, starting Monday, September 14th at her home in Lake Goodwin. The fireside committee is also looking for additional hosts.
Marybeth Dingledy led off with $25, celebrating a trip to Glacier National Park, where she saw a grizzly bear, as well as kayaking on Ross Lake.
Julie Herber also had $25 for her recent purchase of an under desk elliptical exerciser.
Heather Barnhart had $28 for her anniversary and a road trip to Ross Lake.
Next week, September 8th, purchase your tickets online on Monday and Tuesday.
PROGRAM: Leading a Cultural Organization During COVID 19
Mark Valentine introduced today’s speaker, Lee Mills, Senior Associate Conductor with the Seattle Symphony.
Lee began by stating that the Seattle Symphony plays a role in serving as a gathering place for music lovers. Their reimagined season opening night will be a drive-in experience at Marymoor Park on September 19th. They will also be streaming concerts that will be available online all season. More information is on their website, The Symphony’s main venue, Benaroya Hall, has the ability to accommodate a fair amount of musicians while meeting social distancing protocols.
Lee went on to discuss racial equity within the organization. The Seattle Symphony has encouraged inclusion and participation for everyone and is quite active in the area of equality.
Lee then answered questions.
President John thanked our speaker and announced next week’s program, Student’s Rights – Civil Liberties & Higher Education. He then adjourned the meeting.
Respectfully submitted,
Clayton Browse
Photography submitted,
Tammy Dunn
Next Program:  
“Student’s Rights – Civil Liberties & Higher Education” presented by Samantha Harris, introduced by Sean Kelly