Monday Meeting, July 27th
11:30 AM Breakout | Noon Meeting
"Opening Eyes, Changing Lives"

Guest Speaker

Ella McGill
Executive Director
Sister Schools

Ella will share an overview of Sister Schools’ dual-impact program partnering students in Western Washington with students in Uganda. Through their programs, students on both sides expand their educational opportunities, engage with their local and worldwide communities, and discover their unique ability to be agents of change.

Ella grew up as a part of the Sister Schools family and took her first trip to Uganda in 2003 at the age of nine. Since then, she has returned to Uganda six times and has never ceased to be amazed by Sister Schools and its impact. She graduated with honors from Ursinus College in Collegeville, PA in 2017 and has worked at Sister Schools since then....first as Special Projects Coordinator and now as the Executive Director.

This Week's Break-out Session Will Be Something Special

From 11:30 - Noon, there will be an Online Auction discussion led by Susie Burdick and Rosemary Shaw.

You can ask them anything you want about the upcoming auction......followed by a Trivia Contest about how it will work.

Click the link above or use your Zoom app
and enter the information below

Meeting ID : 813 1586 1836

Password: 600837
For the full slate of committee meetings, board meetings, club meetings, and other events, visit the Club Calendar.
2020 Online Auction & Rummage Sale
Only Six Days Left Until Donations Begin!

Susie gives us our simple mission:
1. Publicize ( Now )

2 . Donate (8/1 - 18)

3 . Shop (8/24 - 30)

For everything you need to know about the auction go to:

Revitalize + Rethink Your Rotary Club:

Crafting Your Member Experience
by Tom McCloskey

The club is launching a strategic planning effort. COVID-19 has challenged us to adapt. As we look ahead, we may need to continue modifying and changing the way we do business. So, as a Club, we are going to take the opportunity COVID-19 has afforded us. We will utilize this year to ask ourselves what we want to achieve with our Club’s mission work over the next 3-5 years.
What impacts are we seeking?  Do we want to raise and spend our money the same way? How can we engage our members to be more thoroughly involved in the work we do? Are we transparent enough with our finances and committee work? Do we need to consider new ways of communicating with each other and the community? Is our Club welcoming and diverse? Do we practice the Four-Way Test in everything we think, do, and say?

Passing the Gavel
A Touch of Club History

The Objects of Rotary
Marina is happy about becoming the new Club President... for no w .
Megan Premoe gets a ride in the new row boat.
Enjoying Marina's induction ceremony at our last meeting.
Bob Linz loves all of his birdhouses.
Ian Proffer is proud of the new trellis he built.
Michael Camp
Michael is the Demand Generation Service Manager for Velosio, a Microsoft Partner. He works with a team to market Microsoft's cloud-based ERP solution, Dynamics 365 Business Central, and its companion solution for project-based companies, Progressus Advanced Project Accounting. Michael, who has always held a keen interest in our World Community Service projects in Africa, serves on our Board of Directors as our Club's current International Service Director.