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Rotary Honors Three as January Students of the Month

The Rotary Club of Everett on January 15th honored Sequoia High School Student Liam Taylor, Everett High School student Long Ly and Cascade High School student Joe Hofman as Rotary Students of the Month.
Each month the club recognizes outstanding local high school students for their accomplishments and their promise.
Liam Taylor is a highly motivated student at Sequoia, who said he plans to learn welding at Everett Community College and hopes to work as an underwater welder. He also said he loves sharks. Long Ly has been in involved in the Interact Club throughout high school and is a member of NJROTC and the Torch Honor Society. He plans to major in electrical engineering at the University of Washington. Joe Hofman is a student representative with the Washington State Board of Education and serves on the executive committee of the Association of Washington Student Leaders. He is also ASB President and a member of Interact, the National Honor Society and Boys Tennis. He hopes to study diplomacy and international relations at Stanford.
Miss Vicky dropped by for a visit the other day and filled us in on her upcoming 10,000 mile trip to raise awareness about End Polio Now.  Miss Vicky is a 1931 Ford Victoria which has been lovingly restored and improved by the team of Lee Harmon and Bill Ward.  They are financing the entire adventure so that 100% of the donated funds will go directly to the End Polio Now campaign being conducted by the Rotary International with major support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.  Lee gave us a full rundown on the restoration efforts that had gone into getting Miss Vicky ready for a grueling trip from Peking China to Paris France.  Some of the trip will feature roads, some will be over virgin territory.
You can learn more about this exciting adventure and how you can contribute to the final elimination of this terrible disease by visiting their website here

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.
Aileen Forde
Jan 22, 2019
Village Theatre
David Stolte
Jan 29, 2019
Children's Hospital Facility
John Olson, Presidential Nominee
Feb 05, 2019
Annual Fundraiser Kick-off
Ken Blaisdell
Feb 12, 2019
A Kiss for Luck
EVCC Student
Feb 19, 2019
Everett Community College Food Pantry
John Olson, Presidential Nominee
Feb 26, 2019
Annual Fundraiser Finale
Greg Lineberry
Mar 05, 2019
My recent trip to Africa
Kari Petrasek
Mar 12, 2019
Fellowship Committee
Gary Cohn, PhD
Apr 02, 2019
Everett Public Schools
Avenue of Service Chairs
Apr 09, 2019
Club Assembly
Nate Nehring
Apr 16, 2019
New Regional Apprentice Program
Anna Liotta
May 07, 2019
Work Ethics - Does Anyone have it?
Elisa Dawson
May 14, 2019
Our Rotary Park
Mayor Barbara Tolbert
May 21, 2019
Arlington Air Show
Barry Long
Jun 18, 2019
Talk & Roll
President Amy Norman and PE Steve Miller
Jun 25, 2019
Changing of the Guard
Upcoming Events
Local Impact
The Local Impact Committee is always looking for local opportunities to support.  Below are links to information about this program.
January 2019
Officers and Chairs
President Elect
President Elect Nominee
Vice President
Past President
Club Secretary
Membership Development Chairperson
VTT Chairperson
Foundation Chairperson
Public Relations Chairperson
Education/SOM Chairperson
Next Generation Project Chairperson
Peace/Global Scholarships Chairperson
Interact Chairperson
RYLA/YAIL Chairperson
Rotary Foundation Services Chairperson
Rotary International Chair
World Community Services Chairperson
Youth Exchange Chairperson
Membership Services Chairperson
Club Administration Chairperson
Assistant to the President
Environmental Committee Chairperson
Local Impact Chairperson
House Committee Chairperson
Web Management Chairperson
Program Committee Chairperson
Rotaract Chairperson
Service Projects Chair
Executive Secretary / Director
"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.
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.