Issue No. 11 for September 11, 2018
Lake Views
Lake Chelan Rotary Club Newsletter
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Please enjoy, learn and be inspired by this week's Lake Views newsletter of Lake Chelan Rotary. We are proud of the community and international service we have provided since 1926 to the Lake Chelan region.
There will be no lunch meeting on September 11 - see below.  Otherwise, our Club meets every Tuesday at 11:45 a.m. at Tsillan Cellars in Sorrento's Ristorante. Our satellite meeting is held at The Vogue, the Valley's Gathering Place, on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 7 a.m. Please join us at either of these meetings, and feel free to bring a guest interested in Rotary.
Upcoming Lunch Meeting Assignments
September 18 (no Sept 11 meeting):  
Greeter: Sandy Calicoat
Assistant Cashier: Chris Millsap

September 25:
Greeter: Don Christenson
Assistant Cashier: Phil Moller
Program for Thursday, September 13, 2018
Rural Health Care Challenges
Speaker: Dr. Geoff Jones, UW School of Medicine

Pybus Market Event Center, Wenatchee at Noon

In lieu of our regular Tuesday lunch meeting, our club is invited to join other local Rotary clubs for a presentation by Dr. Geoff Jones, who is the Assistant Clinical Dean for the UW School of Medicine for Central and Eastern Washington.  Dr. Jones will discuss the challenges facing rural health care.  This is a great opportunity to learn about a topic important to our community, have lunch in Wenatchee, and meet with other Rotarians.

Lunch will be $10 per person, cash or check.  

Going to the meeting and want to carpool? Meet at Sorrento's/Tsillan Cellars at 11:00 a.m.
Lake Chelan Rotary Social September 12
September's Rotary Social will be at the beautiful new Sunset Marina on Wednesday, September 12 at 5:30 p.m. If you haven't yet seen it, this is a great time to get a tour of the clubhouse and spacious patios. Please bring food to share and an adult beverage of your choice if you wish, and note that no glass will be allowed outside on the patio. Scott McKellar and his staff will provide soft drinks, ice, cups/glasses, plates and napkins. Guests are welcome, so please feel free to bring a friend who is interested in Rotary.
Club Announcements
Watch for more details regarding a Fireside Chat to be held in October for newer members to learn more about our club, connect with other recent members, and learn about projects or committees of interest. If you have questions or input please contact John Ausnes .

Do you contribute to the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International through automatic payment withdrawals? Please remember to notify Linda O'Brian at if you do to ensure that the additional $25 annual club contribution is made in your name. 

Club Committees:  A Chair is still needed for the 2019 Vineyard Run, and several committees need additional members. Check out what is available and where you can make a difference on the club website at Lake Chelan Rotary Committees .

If you are on a Community Service Team but do not yet have a "Rotarian at Work" t-shirt to wear to service events, please contact Phil Moller.
District Youth Exchange Committee Seeks Volunteers
The District Youth Exchange Committee is accepting applications to join the committee to fulfill some very important roles. Our committee meets 5 times a year and enjoys interacting with our inbound, outbound and rebound students. Camaraderie, the satisfaction of mentoring some amazing youth from around the world, and contributing to world peace and global understanding are just some of the perks! Many Rotarians say this is the best committee in the District. If you (or if you know someone) have a passion for youth, Rotary, and have some time and energy to give, then please contact District Chair Patty Garrett at .  
We are currently recruiting for the following positions:
  • District Youth Counselor
  • Inbound Coordinator (ideally male)
  • Youth Protection Officer/YEAH database Coordinator Canada

If you have questions, please contact Lake Chelan Rotarian and Area 8 District Governor Rich Watson at
Young Professional Summit in Montreal September 20 - 22, 2018
There is opportunity for Rotary club members who are approximately 25 - 40 years old, as well as Rotaractors, to participate in the Young Professional Summit at the upcoming Montreal Zone Conference. The agenda includes:
  • Special Session with RI President Barry (he will be spending an hour with just the YP group)
  • Get your hands active with a service project
  • Meet fellow Rotarians in their demographic
  • Attend Zone plenary sessions and listen to the likes of: RI President Barry Rassin and Former Prime Minister Paul Martin
  • Learn more about networking in Rotary and Rotary Means Business
  • Learn about what Philanthropy looks like in the future
  • Strategic Planning that you will be able to bring back to your club/ District
  • Provide your feedback to Rotary Leaders to ensure Rotary is viable to your demographic

When: Thursday, September 20 @ 6pm – Saturday, September 22 nd
Where: Hotel Bonaventure – Montreal, Quebec
Cost: $275 CAD  
Don’t miss this experience that will increase leadership skills, expand your professional network, and shape the future of Rotary.
Additional information and registration can be found at

Community Service Team Calendar
Lake Chelan Rotary Club Community Service Chair Ty Witt has projects lined up through this fall. Specific project assignments, locations and times will be announced to the Community Service teams via email from the team captains. Projects are subject to change throughout the year. Plan to participate by marking your calendar for the specific Saturday corresponding with your assigned Community Service Team. Not sure if you are assigned to a team? Check the link on our website, and let Ty Witt or a Team Captain know!
The schedule throughout the year is as follows:

Team 1:  First Saturday of the month. 

Team 2: Second Saturday of the month.   No project scheduled for Sept 8 - it's a day off!

Team 3: Third Saturday of the month - watch for the Sept 15 assignment. 

Team 4:   Fourth Saturday of the month. 
District 5060 Fall Assembly - Register Now
The District 5060 Fall Assembly is on October 27 and 28, 2018 and will be at Campbell's Resort. Complete details including the agenda are on the Distriict website at Fall Assembly Weekend .

Wondering if you should go? This event is for both club leaders and new Rotarians alike, and your partners are welcome at the Friday banquet and social.

Chelan Chase October 20, 2018
This year's Chelan Chase is on Saturday, October 20, 2018. The following day, the Pink Ribbon Golf Classic and Auction will be held at the Lake Chelan Golf Course. Mark your calendars to volunteer, run, or walk in these important community service events. Registration is open now! Go to  and follow our Facebook page at Chelan Chase Run.

Chairperson Kim Dunbar needs volunteers for her committee. Please her know if you can help at
Lake Chelan Community Hospital Guild "B" Home Tour September 15
Plan on attending the 2018 Lake Chelan Community Hospital Guild "B" Home Tour and Art Show on September 15. This year features four beautiful, diverse homes on both sides of the lake and downtown. Tour homes at your leisure throughout the day, and don't forget to stop at Tsillan Cellars to check out the art show and have a glass of wine or lunch, with 25% of artist proceeds donated to the Guild. Proceeds from this year's tour will go toward the purchase of a post-partum Family Room in the new hospital. Tickets and more information available at , Allison's of Manson, and the Culinary Apple. 

Rotarians, the Guild is still in need of a backup volunteer to help with parking at the homes on the day of the tour.  Please contact Karen Pembroke  if you can assist.

September 11:  NO regular lunch meeting at Sorrento's

September 12:  Rotary Social at Sunset Marina, 5:30 p.m.

September 13:  Meeting at Pybus Market, noon, with other local clubs. Program: Rural Healthcare Challenges

September 18 Program:  Acres of Diamonds - Homeless Assistance

October 20: Chelan Chase

October 21:  Pink Ribbon Golf Classic and Auction, Chelan Golf Course

October 26-28:  District 5060 Assembly and Training Weekend, Campbell's Resort, Chelan

May 2-5, 2019:  District Conference, Kamloops, BC
Lake Chelan Rotary
Officers & Directors
Ty Witt
President-Elect :
Kelly Allen

Vice President :
Tom Tochterman

Treasurer :
Sandy Calicoat

Secretary :
Tiffany Gering

Past President :
Lester Cooper

Directors :
Kate Tomlinson
Kirk McGovern
Brian Patterson
Karen Pembroke
Sergeant at Arms
Mandi Dawson
Tricia McCullough

LC Rotary Fund Trustees
Terry Johnson
Karen Feek
Rick Nedrow tracks club member attendance. Check yours July 2018 Attendance If you chair an event, meeting or lead a community service project, please provide Rick with a list of attendees afterward. You can also report makeup meetings online at
Make Up Meeting Form  which can be found on the Lake Chelan Rotary website under Forms.

To read the last Board meeting minutes, see July 2018 Board Minutes
Make Up Meetings around the Area

Wenatchee Downtown @ Red Lion, Thursdays at Noon
Wenatchee North @ Town Toyota Center, Wednesdays at Noon
Wenatchee Sunrise @ Rivertop Café, Coast Wenatchee Center Hotel, 1st, 3rd, & 4th Tuesdays at 7 am with Social on 2nd Tuesday of month
Cashmere @ Cashmere Presbyterian Church, Wednesdays at Noon
Leavenworth @ Kristall's, Fridays at 11:45 am
East Wenatchee @ Shari's Restaurant, Thursdays at 7 am
Lake Chelan @ Tsillan Cellars, Tuesdays at Noon
Quincy @ Quincy Senior Center, Thursdays at Noon
Okanogan-Omak @ Omak Elks Lodge, 110 Ash St in Omak, Thursdays at Noon
Grand Coulee Dam @ Siam Palace Restaurant, Wednesdays at Noon

You can use E-Club to make up your attendance at
Views of the Lake

This photo was taken at the head of Lake Chelan in Stehekin on September 4 looking down lake.

Photo submissions are welcomed. If you have an interesting photo of the lake or from around the community, please send it to or .
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Newsletter Editor:  Karen Pembroke
Assistant Editor:    Karen Takagi