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May 21, 2018  

President Teri opened the meeting with fanfare for the Centennial video.


There will not be a meeting next week, May 28th due to the Memorial Day Weekend
President Teri announced the Whatcom County Memorial Day Parade gathering will be at 10am -11:00am May 26th. We are #60 and they indicate we will be located south side of Alabama and Humboldt St..  Parade starts at 12:00 noon.  There will be no social gathering for this year.  See you there!!
Marty Haines gave an update on the upcoming cruise. Ann Jones is hosting the event for boaters and carpoolers alike. Boaters will leave the harbor around 10:30am. Plan to arrive at Ann’s home around noon at 807 Chuckanut Shore Rd.. Those driving might consider carpools. Meet at Fairhaven Park. Boaters should wear sandals or boots as there is no dock. Haggen is providing sandwich-type picnic food for around $15. Bring spouses and friends. Be looking for a future email with more specific details.   Contact Marty to sign-up by email at or call him
at 360-739-0204
Roster Updates:  It is that time of year again to make sure your information and photos are updated for the Roster that will be printed shortly.  Please send any updated information or photo's to Sandee as soon as possible.
President-Elect Sandy Mcintire thanked everyone who helped with Sunnyland Memorial cleanup. A good time was had by all who participated.
Big Thank You!
We enjoyed a short Centennial video starring many of our own Rotary Members. This might be good tool for new members to view.
Check out the live link on our website.
Guests of Rotarians:  
Lynda Hinton introduced her daughter Kirstin Hunt with Chicago Title
International Projects Committee members Paul Grey and Dominique Zervas, provided the update to their latest trip. In addition to Mark Knittel's work, the other focus has been on water. Several consortiums of Rotary groups have worked hard on this project in Uganda, leveraging $10,000 into $30,000. Of note, 1 of every 142 Rotary clubs attain GOLD status, and we’re one of them. Our second water project serves over 10,000 villagers. As part of this project, 27 Kilometers of trench’s were dug for the pipes…a BIG effort. While there, our Rotary members checked on the previous water project. All are working great. This year many local officials, and even a newscaster attended the ribbon cutting. The news was broadcast nationwide, great exposure of Rotary’s efforts. Much celebration including dancing, eating, singing ensued.  Special recognition given to Dominque for her efforts at grant writing among other contributions.

Lisa Sarr’s project “Rise against Hunger” fed over 57,000 people at .29 cents each. In the coming years, this could be a great “hands-on”
activity for the club. Lisa recruited more than 200 volunteers among several Rotary clubs. Plans are underway for next years effort, beginning in November.
Jun 04, 2018
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Puget Sound Flight
Jun 18, 2018
On Chuckanut Bay
Jun 25, 2018
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May 24, 2018 – May 27, 2018
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