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For an invitation to join us for lunch, contact our membership chairman, Fred Baxter, at...

Fred@baxterarchitects.com

 

Board Meetings

The SEMR Board of Directors meets the 2nd Tuesday of each Month
At the Everett Golf and Country Club at 5:30 pm
Food and beverages are available for purchase.
 

Speakers

Apr 25, 2014
Katherine Steen
Orphans to Ambassadors
May 02, 2014
Brian Evans
Wealth Management
May 09, 2014
Chuck Morrison
Red Cross Response to Oso Landslide
May 16, 2014
John Bosch
Rotary Aces Luncheon
May 23, 2014
Jim Stephanson
SEMR Board Report, President Elect Vision & New SEMR Board
May 30, 2014
Multiple Speakers
Rotary Scholorship Award Winners
Jun 06, 2014
David. H.Albert and Wayne Medrud
BioSand Water Filters Technology
Jun 13, 2014
Stephanie Allen
The Hour That Matters Most
Jun 20, 2014
Buzz Rodland
Rotary Trip to Guatemala
Jun 27, 2014
No Speaker
Year End Party!
Jul 04, 2014
No Meeting
July 4th!
Jul 18, 2014
Brain Sloan
Everett Aquasox
Aug 01, 2014
Jennifer Gregerson, Mayor
City of Mukilteo
 
 
 

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Welcome to the South Everett/Mukilteo Club

Welcome to our club!

South Everett/Mukilteo Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 12:15 PM
Everett Golf & Country Club
1500 52nd St SE
Everett, WA  98203
United States
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OSO EMERGENCY FUNDS

The recent tragedy in Oso has left many asking how they can help. Our friends at the Greater Everett Community Foundation have provided the following information. 

The Community Foundation has opened an Emergency Fund to provide assistance for the communities impacted by the tragic mud slide on March 22, 2014. Consistent with the Community Foundation’s focus on sustainable solutions, the Emergency Fund will aid in long-term recovery and community rebuilding. This could include relief for displaced families and individuals, animal welfare, environmental needs, community clean-up, rebuilding and more. The Community Foundation will work in partnership with local government entities, nonprofits and other community organizations to identify the best way to provide support to assist the people and communities affected. Distributions will be overseen by a committee of community volunteers and foundation staff.

Credit card donations can be made online via our partner the Seattle Foundation or checks can be mailed to the Greater Everett Community Foundation, PO Box 5549, Everett WA 98206.

Other Support Options

  • In order to best serve the communities impacted by 530 Mudslide, Darrington Recreation & Education Foundation and North Counties Relief Fund are now working as one and request all donations be designated for North Counties Relief Fund.  The Stanwood-Camano Area Foundation is accepting credit card donations on their behalf. 100% of the funds donated will go to the North Counties Relief Fund. All credit card processing costs are being donated by Coastal Community Bank. For non-credit card donations please send checks to: North Counties Relief Fund, c/o Coastal Community Bank, P.O. Box 90, Darrington, WA 98241.
  • Online donations can be accepted at the United Way of Snohomish County.
  • The Red Cross is taking the lead in providing shelter and support to both the survivors and the rescue crews. You can find out more on their website or mail a donation to 2530 Lombard, Everett WA 98201 or by calling 1.800.redcross and designating you gift.
 

 
SEMR club members and guests raised over $68,000 to help give foster children a safe place through Hand in Hand. Check out this short video recorded at the auction by Hand in Hand PR Manager, Kim Neill. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Aleph Fackenthall from the non profit ‘The Healing Fund’ shared about their yearly outreach to Panama.
 
In Panama, one of the leading causes of illness and death of children in the indigenous Guaymi population, is gastrointestinal infections often traced to polluted drinking water and unsanitary practices.  To help alleviate this problem, the Healing Fund has partnered with several Rotary clubs to drill wells and install water catchment systems in remote communities which have little or no outside humanitarian aid.   They  also provide medical & dental clinics, facilitate community health training, teach English and make kids smile with face painting, balloon animals and pictures.  
 
Over the last 10 years Healing Fund has established working relationships, trained teams and supplied materials and funds so that well drilling can continue year round in their absence.  They are slowly turning the well drilling operation into a ‘cottage business’ that can be sustained without direct involvement.
Trip participants pay for all their own travel as well as for much of the tanks, wells and medicines expenses.  The Healing Fund has no administrative fees and allocated donations go directly to covering the costs of the wells and tank materials. 
 
The Healing Funds goal is to provide for all whom they serve a new, more hopeful outlook on life while providing trip participants the immeasurable benefits of helping others.  They are always grateful for the support of like-minded individuals and groups that help them to serve the many underprivileged of Panama. 
 
Follow this link to learn more of what you might experience on one of these trips or contact them via email at TheHealingFund@gmail.com.   
 
 
Dr. Waqar Ajmal, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
On the front lines of Global Polio Eradication in Pakistan
 
Dr. Waqar Ajmal is currently working as a Senior Program Officer for Polio Eradication with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation at its headquarters in Seattle, Washington, USA. Dr. Ajmal will speak about the progress in the global eradication of polio, and the challenges that still exist in Pakistan. As a member of the Polio Team within the Global Development Department of the foundation, Dr. Ajmal is the foundation’s lead on Polio Eradication activities in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Before joining the foundation as a staff member, Dr. Ajmal has been a foundation consultant based in Pakistan covering Pakistan and Afghanistan on polio eradication.
 
In addition to his work in Nigeria, Pakistan and Afghanistan on polio through the World Health Organization (W.H.O), Dr. Ajmal has twenty two years of progressive experience at national and international levels (Asia and Africa) in planning and management of large-scale Public Health and Development programs. He has served as a team leader as a short-term consultant and as a staff member of the UN, Government and NGOs. He has developed Primary Health Care and Community Development programs from scratch to a point of full and successful functionality. During the course of his career he acquired significant cross cultural experience and managed large portfolios of professional and support staff. He also worked in community development and on poverty alleviation projects with the non-governmental sector in Pakistan as well as other countries in Asia and Africa. Largely his work has been for the most underprivileged communities in countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda etc.
 
Dr. Ajmal and his wife Nabila have lived in Mukilteo for the past 18 months since moving to the US from their native Pakistan. Their youngest daughter Hira is a senior at Kamiak and is a member of the leadership class. Waqar and Nabila also have two older daughters, one living in Chicago and the other recently moved to Dubai with her family, including an 11 month old grandson.
 

 
 

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We did it again!  350 Turkey Baskets delivered to families in our Mukilteo-South Everett Community in November 2013!

 

 
 
 
 
 

Rotary-The Peak Experience (District 5050 Conference)

 

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