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April 2, 2018  

Tim Farris, our “fake president” opened our meeting welcoming us in President Teri Treat’s absence. She is taking a much needed vacation this week with her family in Hawaii.

Memorial by Bob Nicholl for Cleary Cone who passed away March 25th.  He joined the club in 1991, was a Honorary Member, Paul Harris Fellow and received the Will J. Griswold Club Service Award in 2010.   

Bob honored the passing of Cleary with some stories of their friendship over the past twelve years recognizing that Cleary will be greatly missed.


There is an upcoming Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, RYLA, Leadership Camp, May 24-27 in Washington State.  This is open to friends and family of Rotarians, who are between the ages of 18-30. Please go to the for more information. These leadership camps are life changing for many.  
"Fake Pres" Tim announced that major awards nominations are being accepted by the Executive Committee for: the Will J. Griswold Club Service Award; the David C. Morse Sr. Community Service Award; the Michael K. Mischaikow International Service Award and the Karen W. Morse Vocational Service Award. They will be presented at our regular meeting June 25th. Turn in nominations to Executive Committee members President Teri, Del Vandekerk, President-Elect Sandy McIntire and VP Cathy Buckley.  Details are available by Clicking Here.
Tom Grinstad reported on the Tattler Committee, describing the members as "Pulitzer worthy".  He donated $100 for a Tattler "failure to send" and the major save by Sandee.
Guests of Rotarians:  
Lynda Hinton brought her daughter Kirstin Hunt with Chicago Title
Jennifer Moehl introduced our Incoming Exchange Student, Ivanna Platt from  Hermosilla, Mexico
Our exchange student, Ivanna Platt, described her first ever trip to Honolulu, Hawaii, thanks to Rotary. Sche described this trip as the best week of her life, filled with surfing, hiking, snorkling and new friendships. She met others from France and Spain and thought Hawaii was "like heaven".


Speaking of saves, Doug Cole saved everyone's bacon as a replacement program for the scheduled one. He had only a couple of hours to prepare, and gave us insights into the Adventures of refurbishing a "free" Cessna. This was a very interesting program of his experiences refurbishing a 1976 Cessna 172 that he "purchased" for $2 from his friend Roger Rue.
Through his stories and photos, Doug shared the great effort and committment it took he and his partner (a registered airplane mechanic) to fully restore the Cessna. 
Doug shared his motivation for owning and refurbishing small planes as the desire to bring the joy of flying (through hands-on experience, not virtual) to young adults and children. He has been able to do just that through his volunteer work with Big Brothers, Big Sisters.
His photos included the joy of flying for the first time for some of the young men that Doug mentors.
Jun 11, 2018
Puget Sound Flight
Jun 18, 2018
On Chuckanut Bay
Jun 25, 2018
Jul 02, 2018
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