Tammy Dunn Named President at Rotary Club of Everett

Tammy Dunn was sworn in on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 as president of the Rotary Club of Everett, in Changing of the Guard ceremonies conducted at Henson Hall on Cedar Street in Everett. She will serve through the Rotary year, July 2022 through June 2023.
A club member since 2010, Dunn will lead the club’s 115 members as they provide community and international service under the new Rotary theme for the year: "Imagine Rotary." She is a six-time Rotary Paul Harris Fellow and serves as executive director of the Snohomish County Sports Commission.
Dunn takes over the Rotary presidency from Greg Lineberry, retired Everett policeman.
Also inducted were president-elect, Neil Angst; vice president, Michael Kvistad; past president, Greg Lineberry; treasurer, Richard Toyer; and historian, past president John Olson. Member Cathryn Cole was nominated as club secretary.
New to the board of directors and serving from July 2022 through June 2023 is Brenda Bolanos-Ivory. Also new, and serving from 2022 to 2024, are Cathy Woods, Laura Zorick, Brian Hollingshead and Andy Hall. Continuing on the board are Anna Marie Laurence, Heather Barnhart and Jesse O’Brien. Retiring from the board after two years are Joe Gaffney, Kari Petrasek, Nick Hansen and Cat Wilson.
The meeting also featured recognition and awards for outstanding Rotarians. Recognized for their service were Ralph Quaas, Rich Toyer, Anna Marie Laurence, past president Ed Petersen and Jack Robinson. Cathryn Cole received the Inspire Award, and Lineberry thanked Kelli Thode for her work as vice president. The Rotarian of the Year Award went to Kari Petrasek, who organized multiple social engagement events. Club members also saluted and thanked Lineberry for his fortitude in leading the club through a challenging year of COVID restrictions and adjustments.