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East Bremerton

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:00 AM
McCloud's Restaurant
2901 Perry Avenue
Bremerton, WA  98310
United States
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ImageFELLOWSHIP (noun) -  1. Companionship of individuals in a congenial
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                                                             2. A close association of friends or equals
                                                                         sharing similar interests

 

 
 

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With support from the Islam Foundations, the East Bremerton Rotary Foundation  awarded scholarships to nine Olympic High students. Those honored were:

True Loan $1,000 for each of the first and second year of school
Emily Mowry $1,000 for each of the first and second year of school
Johnathan Estacio $1,000 for each of the first and second year of school
Jeffrey Yenko $1000 for first year
Joel Gesicki $1000 for first year
Chase Kelly $1000 for first year
Taylor Bird $1000 for first year
Kaitlyn Grose $1000 for first year
Raffy Magbanua $1000 for first year

Thanks to  Scholarships Committee members Guy Stitt, Tom Brobst, Jerry LeTexier, and Hilary Harter for their work in this very important community project.

 

 

 

 

 
 

Recent disbursements approved by the  EBR Foundation board have gone to:

The Rotary Foundation:  $572 – Polio Plus (on behalf of EBR program speakers)
RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards):  $370 – sent one student to RYLA conference
YWCA:   $1,500 – Alive Shelter

Red Cross:  $500 – Natalie Poss/Bremerton High School Fundraiser to benefit Red Cross
Corey’s Day on the Farm:  $500 (annual event for special needs children)

KACE (Kitsap Adult Center for Education):     $500 – Spelling Bee entry fee for EBR team

 

 
 
Lots of wonderful things happen in December and one of them is the annual distribution of dictionaries to the 3rd grade students in the Central Kitsap School District.
 
 
 
Past District Governor Ken Bose listed 17 reasons why he is a Rotarian. Here are few of them. More will be shared in future bulletins.
 
 
 

Olympic Views was an earlier version of the East Bremerton Rotary newsletter. Club historian and supreme wordsmith, Lew Bruser, has gone through the club archives and come up with these interesting moments from the EBR past. (Editor's Note)

 
 
 

Idea by Larry Iverson, picture by Rex Rudee

 
 
 
 

Mailing Address:                                                           P.O. Box 2142, Bremerton, WA  98310

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Speakers

Aug 05, 2015
Wyn Birkenthal
Parks in Bremerton
Aug 12, 2015
James McCanna
The Work Place and Marijuana
Aug 19, 2015
Captain Thomas Zwolfer
Overview of Naval Base Kitsap
Aug 26, 2015
Ed Wolfe
State of the County Address
Sep 02, 2015
Jenise Bauman
Conservation, Restoration, and the Elwha River
Sep 16, 2015
Neal Schanbeck
Olympic Peninsula Kidney Centers
Sep 23, 2015
Jack James
US Navy Seals
Sep 30, 2015
Gene Bullock
Why We Watch Birds
Oct 07, 2015
District Governor Rose Bowman
A look at Rotary District 5020
Oct 14, 2015
Chief Scott Weninger
Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue