Local Impact
The Local Impact Committee is always looking for local opportunities to support.  Below are links to information about this program.
 
 
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Officers and Chairs
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Membership Development Chairperson
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Environmental Committee Chairperson
House Committee Chairperson
Web Management Chairperson
Local Impact Chairperson
Program Committee Chairperson
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Welcome

 

Everett

We Add Value to our Community Through Service

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Legion Memorial Golf Course
144 West Marine View Drive
Everett, WA  98201
United States
425-259-9141
 
 
 
Home Page News
 

Janice Ellis Selected Rotarian of the Year – 2017-2018

 
Like most volunteer organizations, there are a number of people who participate in Everett Rotary's club activities, but there are always a select few whose actions so purely personify our motto, "Service Above Self" that they stand out from the crowd.  One of those is our member, Janice Ellis, a Superior Court Judge, who is a model of willingness to help others. 
 
In particular, she chaired the Youth Exchange Committee with such skill and enthusiasm that we increased the number of incoming and an outgoing exchange students every year.  She coordinated all of the activities for the incoming youth, procuring host families, and making sure that the student's needs were taken care of.
 
She continually demonstrates her willingness to go above and beyond the basic responsibilities with gusto.
At the same time, she took on a leadership role in suggesting revisions to the Rotary Youth Protection Policy, to bring it more in line with policies of other Rotary youth programs.
 
Janice is known for always having a smile, and a welcoming attitude.  She seems to always be ready to accept responsibilities, a common Rotarian trait, and one that she handles very well.
 
If one were to look for a person that would be the complete Rotarian, one would look no further than Janice Ellis.
 

Rotary Salutes Area Students with Record $202,200 in Scholarships

 
Some 56 Snohomish County students gained a head start as the Rotary Club of Everett handed out $202,200 in scholarships funded by Rotary members and donors.
 
 
Speakers
Epsen Diamond
Aug 21, 2018
Rotary Youth Exchange - Return from Norway
Barbara Bledsoe
Aug 28, 2018
WSU Food Services
Diane Kamionka
Sep 04, 2018
Innovation Resource Center
Todd Britsch
Sep 11, 2018
Sno. Co. Land Economics
Jenny Martin
Sep 18, 2018
Conscious Capitalism
TBD
Sep 25, 2018
Village Theatre
Abigail Cooley
Oct 02, 2018
Everett Public Library
Suzanne Britsch
Oct 09, 2018
Thailand Outboud & Inbound
Anna Liotta
Oct 23, 2018
Work Ethics - Does Anyone have it?
Linda Murray, District Governor
Oct 30, 2018
District 5050 Update
Dr. Lee Harman
Nov 06, 2018
Rotary International Foundation
David Stalte
Dec 11, 2018
Children's Hospital Facility
 
"The Rotary Club of Everett is the pre-eminent professional service club, known for its core values, support of youth education, and for successfully identifying and addressing community and international issues."

Rotary Takes Everett Students Shopping for College Essentials

 
Every successful transition from high school to college requires focus, hard work and . . . stuff. Essential things that make college life easier, like hot plates, note pads and laptop computers.
 

Rotary Fields International Team to Buff Up Rotary Park

 
They came from across the globe – and right next door -- to weed and buff that fisherman’s friend on the Snohomish River, known as Rotary Park.
 
 
Everett Rotary Club members Eric Anderson, Ralph Quaas and Russ Kimball spent lunchtime on April 26 sorting donated food at the Volunteers of American Food Bank on Broadway. Together with Rotarian Walt Greenwood (behind the camera) they boxed up a full pallet of edibles for distribution.

Rotary Honors Three as Students of the Month

The Rotary Club of Everett on April 17th honored Everett High School student Nathan Ness and Cascade High School students Jocelyn Ibarra and Sabrina Hudson as Rotary Students of the Month.
 
Housing Hope recently broke ground on HopeWorks Station II, a 67,000 square foot high-rise structure, an important new initiative for the homeless and under-employed in Everett, funded in part with a $100,000 contribution from Rotary Clubs in the area. 
It will feature 65 supportive housing units for vulnerable populations and feature bike parking for its 65 residents as well as additional bike racks for visitors.
Two floors of LEED-certified commercial space will house a training academy, including culinary classrooms, kitchens, and a multifunctional learning lab.

The Rotary Club of Everett  concluded its Centennial Year celebrations on Wednesday, June 28, by presenting a $100,000 gift to Catholic Housing Services, the agency selected to build and manage a new “Housing First” facility in partnership with the City of Everett.

The Rotary gift is funded by a bequest from Rotary Past President Steve Saunders and his wife, Jo.