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We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Puerto Vallarta Mexican Restaurant
1599 Southeast Lund Avenue
Port Orchard, WA  98366-5626
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April 21, 2013

 

To Friends of The Coffee Oasis-Port Orchard:
Great News!!
We have signed a lease on the 807A Bay Street “Ale House” building in downtown Port Orchard as the new location of The Coffee Oasis in Port Orchard!
Our lease begins May 1, 2013 with four months allotted for the remodel. Our ambitious goal will be to be operational by the end of July. That means we have a lot to accomplish by then!
As you can see from the attached “Coffee Oasis-Port Orchard Expansion Plan”, the crucial needs to accomplish this project in good time are funds, equipment and volunteers.
Our fundraising goal by August 2013 is…$97,000. So far…almost $40,000 has been raised!!
Our equipment needs are attached and, if donated, would significantly reduce the funds needed to be raised. Exact equipment types and models needed can be given upon request.
Our volunteer needs are also listed in the attached “Plan”. The timely success of the remodel obviously depends hugely on volunteer labor. There will be regular work parties established as well as the opportunity for particular aspects of the project to be “owned” by specific individuals.
Thank you so much for helping The Coffee Oasis-Port Orchard become a reality!

 

If you have any questions, would like to donate funds or equipment, or like to volunteer please contact:

Megan Sheppard, Port Orchard Contact, The Coffee Oasis – 360-434-4244, megan.sheppard@thecoffeeoasis.com
Nate Potter, President, Noon Rotary – 360-340-6283, nate@myprintingservices.com
Jim Way, Noon Rotary, Pristine Homes, Contractor Overseeing Project – 360-340-7223, jimway@pristinehomesllc.com

Thank you, 

Dave Frederick, Director, The Coffee Oasis – 360-509-8642, david.frederick@thecoffeeoasis.com

 

 

 
 
 
500.00 donation from South Kitsap Rotary to help with the construction of the new SK Skate Park. Coming along nicely and I can't wait to see the finished product.
 
 
 
Once again Rotario has gone and shown us why he is not only an invaluable member of our club but also to the entire International Organization. Introducing the Rotario approved (and funded) Penny Incentive Program. 

One day Rotario asked himself…”what would make me want to bring in more members to Rotary?” Then Rotario realized the thought of a lifetime: The magical penny!!! Rotario’s latest innovation is specially designed to help your club or organization get more members! Rotario’s new “Penny Incentive System” was specially designed with a built in human incentive: Bright shiny Lincoln pennies. Bring in a member-Get a shiny new penny! Bring in two members-get two shiny pennies. Bring in three-three pennies. You get the point! Become rich bringing in new members to your organization!!!!!!!

Want to learn more? Download the brochure.
 
 
 
No noon meeting on October 16th. We will be meeting at Everybody's at 5:00 with the morning club again.
 

 
 
Only 200 tickets available. Win one weeks stay at the Villa del Arco in Cabo san Lucas. 1 bedroom suite with murphy bed in the living room will comfortably sleep 4 and airfare for 2 is included. Click here to download your order form and pay with a credit card.
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Rotarians have been finding a number of ways to help victims of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan that killed thousands and left hundreds of thousands more homeless.  

By Ryan Hyland and Dan Nixon 
Rotary International News -- 25 March 2011 

 

 
 
 
From DG Alex in regards to the Haiti earthquake:  In checking the RI Website there is a DAF set up with TRF and you can find a link to information about it on both www.rotary.org and www.7020.org.  They have established a Rotary NGO in Haiti and have Rotarians on the ground to assure that money and supplies are used as intended.
 
 
 
— Children raced over new steps approved by the American Disability Association, swung on solid metal monkey bars, and fell onto sliver-free beauty bark at Clayton Playground Park in Port Orchard on Wednesday. More
 

 
 
The South Kitsap Rotary club is sponsoring a fund raiser "Help Strike Out Hunger" for the South Kitsap Helpline on February 13th at the H-Joy Bowling alley in Port Orchard on the corner of Mile Hill and Bethel Road .  Registration is from 12:00 to 1:00 PM .  The total cost for 3 games is $12.  Please bring your family or friends and enjoy this great event.  Prizes will be available and food donations are accepted.
 

 
 
The Annual Rotary Putt Putt tournament is coming up.  Tickets for the event are 5.00 each. Raffle tickets will be available at the event for some great prize plus a hole in one, oversize chip, marshmallow long drive and best poker hand.

Food and beverages (the adult kind included) will be available at the event.

Prizes for the event include (and are not limited to) a fishing trip with a real guide, golf packages, a kids bicycle, gift certificates, we even have some stuff for the ladies this year and lets not forget about the cash.

Tickets are available at the event or they are on sale in advance at Printing Services.  Call 360-340-6283 (Nate Potter) for more info

 
 
 
 

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