Rotary Club of Everett

Everett  Washington 

 
 
Saturday, April 22, 2017 witnessed yet another successful AVID Walk a Thon.  We had 31 Students and 27 Rotarians, plus parents, educators and alumni turn out and everyone had a great time.
 

The highlights of the day were when Edgar, a former AVID grad and current EVCC student turn up to support the event "because he knew how fun it was and because he wanted to stay connected".

 

Dr. Gary Cohn spoke as well as current Avid Student Marshawna Green from Sequoia High School.

 

There is a comprehensive set of pictures from the event which is located in the Photo Albums section.  Find the link in the box toward the bottom of this column.

 

 

"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 International President John Germ Visits Everett
 
It seems luck happens when you reach out and grab it.
When George Bowden contacted Rotary International Headquarters in December 2016, he was surprised to learn that RI President John Germ would be visiting the Pacific Northwest in early January. Would a stop in Everett, WA, fit Mr. Germ’s schedule?
It was, after all, the Rotary Club of Everett’s 100th Anniversary Year.
And it worked. Traveling from the District 5040 and 5050 Million Dollar Dinner in British Columbia to the Rotary Foundation Centennial Dinner in Seattle, Mr. Germ would pass right through Everett.
Less than a month was available to plan the event, but the Everett Club found a suitable location and attracted some 160 Rotarians from clubs across Snohomish County. District Governor Scott Dudley ferried John and Judy Germ down from Canada and on January 10, 2017, one century and one month after the Everett Club’s initial meeting, Scott and John addressed the group.
Mr. Germ saluted the club for its local and international efforts, and, with wit and good humor enjoyed by all, delivered an inspiring talk highlighting the positive impact Rotary has had and will have in the world. 
He concluded his visit by recognizing eight Everett Rotarians for their Paul Harris contributions to the Rotary Foundation which, like the Everett Club, celebrates its Centennial this year.
Click on the LOG link above for much more Everett Rotary Information!
 
 
 
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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Office Phone number 425-259-9141/Fax 425-258-1341

Welcome to our club!

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
 
 
 
Home Page News

Rotarians Celebrate Arrival of Club Charter a Century Ago

 

Some 90 members of the Rotary Club of Everett gathered on a vacant downtown parking lot Tuesday to celebrate the 1917 arrival of the club’s official Rotary Charter. The site, at Hewitt and Wetmore, was the location a century ago of Weiser’s Café, where the fledgling club first met.

 

With club members wearing 1917-style straw hats and derbies, club historian and past president Larry O’Donnell led a reenactment of the time when the club’s first president, Clayton Williams, received the charter from Rotary. The Everett club had formed just a few months before, in December 1916, fostered by Rotary Clubs in Tacoma and Seattle. O’Donnell also saluted the centennial of the Rotary Foundation, created in 1917.

 

Click here for more pictures from the event.

 

 
 
 
 
2016 Scholarship Awards
 
The Award Winners
 
 

Rotary Celebrates Area Students with $180,300 in Scholarships

 

Some 49 Snohomish County students gained a head start last night as the Rotary Club of Everett handed out $180,300 in scholarships funded by Rotary members and donors. The grants ranged from $500 to $19,000 per student.

In ceremonies May 31 at the Everett School District’s Community Resource Center, proud parents applauded as young people stepped to the front to receive their awards.

“We want to invest in the future of our students, to support their goals for a higher education,” club President Deborah Wright told the audience. Over the years, the Rotary Club of Everett has handed out more than $3.1 million in scholarships.

Rotarians work closely with school counselors to identify scholarship prospects. Those nominees are then interviewed by Rotary members, who make the final selection.

Supporting youth is a major focus for the Rotary Club of Everett. Club members frequently share their business experiences with students participating in the school district’s AVID (Achievement Via Individual Determination) program, and in May helped organize the AVID HighFive Walkathon that raised more than $8,000 for AVID projects. The club also participates in student exchange programs by sending local students overseas and hosting students from other countries.

 
 
Speakers
Larry O'Donnell
May 23, 2017
History of Everett High Schools
Greg Lineberry
May 30, 2017
Dominican Republic Trip Reports
Mike Hamel
Jun 06, 2017
Vocational Training Teams
John Schrader
Jun 13, 2017
Sailing around the Americas
Ed Petersen & Will McMahan
Jun 27, 2017
Changing of the Guard
 
Upcoming Events
 
 
 
Students Of The Month

Rotary Honors Three as Students of the Month

 

 
 
The Rotary Club of Everett on April 18th honored Everett High School student Jacob Rotert, Cascade High School student Jacob Browne, and Sequoia High School student Robert Snider as Rotary Students of the Month.
 
Jacob Rotert has been active in the Everett High Interact Club. He plans to study chemical engineering at the University of Montana, and ultimately become a pharmacist, like his parents.
 
Jacob Browne’s goal is to become an attorney. He plans to attend a community college, then a four-year institution, followed by law school.  
 
Robert Snider has been taking six classes per semester at Sequoia, including honors and advanced placement courses. He plans to attend Everett Community College and major in aerospace, then move on to the University of Washington.
 

Each month the club recognizes outstanding area high school students for their accomplishments and their promise.

 
Officers and Chairs
President
Vice President
Past President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Club Administration Chair
Rotary Foundation Chair
Public Relations Chair
Rotary Foundation
Fundraising Committee Chair
Membership Service Chair
President Nominee
100th Club Anniversary
Secretary
Membership Development Committee Chair
Music Committee Chair
Local Impact Committee Chair
Youth Services/Interact Committee Chair
World Community Service Committee Chair
Club Bulletin Chair
Firesides Committee Chair
Next Generation
Vocational Training Team Chair
Fellowship Committee Chair
Global Scholarship Committee Chair
Youth Education/Scholarship Committee Chair
Sergeants-At-Arms Chair
Roster Committee Chair
Resolutions Committee Chair
Rotary Information & Wheelers
Internet/Website Mgmt Chair
House Committee Chair
Strategic Plan Chair
Public Relations Chair
RYLA/YAIL Committee Chair
Youth Exchange Committee
Program Committee Chair
Executive Secretary