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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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Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

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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District Site
VenueMap
Venue Map
 
 
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We all face the risk of a heart attack.  If you missed last week's excellent presentation on Pulse Point and how it can save lives in Kitsap County, take a minute to read the information at www.harrisonfoundation.org/pulsepoint   And, if you know CPR don't forget to download the Pulse Point app to your phone. If you don't know CPR, free classes are available through the Central Kitsap Fire District.
 

 
 
The third-grade dictionary project began in 2008 and has run continuously in the Central Kitsap School District. Every year, every third grade class gets a visit by Rotarians with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt American Heritage Children's Dictionaries in hand. These dictionaries become the property of each student.
 
During this visit, the students write their name in the front of the book and Rotarians give a brief overview of what Rotary is all about and then ask the students to help repeat the Four Way Test. One of the fun things to ask during the last test (Will it be beneficial to all concerned?), is if the students know the definition of beneficial. Most of the time there is no answer, so we ask the students, "where do you think we can find out what it means?" Certain students understand to look up the word and discover the answer. As a class, we then look up the word together. 
 
To date, more than 8,000 dictionaries have been handed out.
 
In many cases, this is the only book the student owns, and they become very possessive of their new books. Occasionally there is a conflict between a pair of siblings (third and fourth grader) in mixed classes where the students recently transferred. It is always fun to sneak a dictionary to a fourth grader. 
 
The teachers and students always show their appreciation with thank you notes and pictures. 
- See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/730/Stories/8-000-dictionaries-given-out-since-2008#sthash.HIO7JEcW.AOLd5MrF.dpuf
The third-grade dictionary project began in 2008 and has run continuously in the Central Kitsap School District. Every year, every third grade class gets a visit by Rotarians with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt American Heritage Children's Dictionaries in hand. These dictionaries become the property of each student.
 
During this visit, the students write their name in the front of the book and Rotarians give a brief overview of what Rotary is all about and then ask the students to help repeat the Four Way Test. One of the fun things to ask during the last test (Will it be beneficial to all concerned?), is if the students know the definition of beneficial. Most of the time there is no answer, so we ask the students, "where do you think we can find out what it means?" Certain students understand to look up the word and discover the answer. As a class, we then look up the word together. 
 
To date, more than 8,000 dictionaries have been handed out.
 
In many cases, this is the only book the student owns, and they become very possessive of their new books. Occasionally there is a conflict between a pair of siblings (third and fourth grader) in mixed classes where the students recently transferred. It is always fun to sneak a dictionary to a fourth grader. 
 
The teachers and students always show their appreciation with thank you notes and pictures. 
- See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/730/Stories/8-000-dictionaries-given-out-since-2008#sthash.HIO7JEcW.AOLd5MrF.dpuf
The third-grade dictionary project began in 2008 and has run continuously in the Central Kitsap School District. Every year, every third grade class gets a visit by Rotarians with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt American Heritage Children's Dictionaries in hand. These dictionaries become the property of each student.
 
During this visit, the students write their name in the front of the book and Rotarians give a brief overview of what Rotary is all about and then ask the students to help repeat the Four Way Test. One of the fun things to ask during the last test (Will it be beneficial to all concerned?), is if the students know the definition of beneficial. Most of the time there is no answer, so we ask the students, "where do you think we can find out what it means?" Certain students understand to look up the word and discover the answer. As a class, we then look up the word together. 
 
To date, more than 8,000 dictionaries have been handed out.
 
In many cases, this is the only book the student owns, and they become very possessive of their new books. Occasionally there is a conflict between a pair of siblings (third and fourth grader) in mixed classes where the students recently transferred. It is always fun to sneak a dictionary to a fourth grader. 
 
The teachers and students always show their appreciation with thank you notes and pictures. 
- See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/730/Stories/8-000-dictionaries-given-out-since-2008#sthash.HIO7JEcW.AOLd5MrF.dpuf
The third-grade dictionary project began in 2008 and has run continuously in the Central Kitsap School District. Every year, every third grade class gets a visit by Rotarians with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt American Heritage Children's Dictionaries in hand. These dictionaries become the property of each student.
 
During this visit, the students write their name in the front of the book and Rotarians give a brief overview of what Rotary is all about and then ask the students to help repeat the Four Way Test. One of the fun things to ask during the last test (Will it be beneficial to all concerned?), is if the students know the definition of beneficial. Most of the time there is no answer, so we ask the students, "where do you think we can find out what it means?" Certain students understand to look up the word and discover the answer. As a class, we then look up the word together. 
 
To date, more than 8,000 dictionaries have been handed out.
 
In many cases, this is the only book the student owns, and they become very possessive of their new books. Occasionally there is a conflict between a pair of siblings (third and fourth grader) in mixed classes where the students recently transferred. It is always fun to sneak a dictionary to a fourth grader. 
 
The teachers and students always show their appreciation with thank you notes and pictures. 
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FEBRUARY 23RD MARKS THE 111TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF ROTARY
 
Congratulations to everyone for being part of such a great organization.
 
 

 
 

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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.
 
 
 

Idea by Larry Iverson, picture by Rex Rudee

 
 
 
 

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 2142, Bremerton, WA  98310

 
 
Speakers
May 25, 2016
Mary DeMers
Hospice in Mexico
Jun 01, 2016
Chal Martin
Public Work Projects in City of Bremerton
Jun 08, 2016
Jan Keiser
Classification Talks
Jun 15, 2016
Jack James
Kitsap County Veterans Advisory
Jun 22, 2016
Lew Bruser
The Test of the Four-Way Test
Jun 29, 2016
David Endicott
Music4Life
Jul 06, 2016
Stella Lugalia
Life in Kenya
Jul 13, 2016
Stacy Dore
Club Assembly
Jul 20, 2016
Dan Weedin
The 4-Way Test and Unleashed Leadership
Aug 03, 2016
Jennifer Roach
Foster Care program thru Kitsap Mental Health Services
Aug 17, 2016
Tristan Peter-Contesse
Salmon Recovery