Rotary Club of Lake Stevens
 
Ron Rasmussen, Lake Stevens Fire Captain/Medical Service Officer and Chair of the Club's Membership Committee provided on-site Hands-Only CPR techniques with Club members practicing on the twelve manikins.  Also, use of the AED (Automated External Defibrillator) was taught during the presentation. If you witness a sudden collapse, how many people would know what to do or how to administer CPR. Quick response while waiting for First Responders to arrive could be a major difference in a person's survival.
Reshal displayed the poster from the Lake Stevens Arts and Parks Foundation that is being sold with the proceeds going to the Arts Commission with the idea of improving arts and parks in our community.
CA visit from former member and Past President, Bill Demeroutis, prompted an exchange of Club banners at our meeting on Friday, November 8th. Bill is now a member of the Rotary Club of Saddlebrook, AZ in District 5500 which is close to Tucson. Bill, you are welcome any time!
A comical moment as Chief John Dyer receives the November-Rotarian of the Month award from President Laurie.  Congratulations John on being named this month's recipient of our monthly award.
The Rotary collection bucket originally put into service by former member John Morrison was restored by Ilene and returned to service this past Friday, November 1st. Awesome work Ilene. Thanks.
A world class skate park is taking shape and form and will be a fantastic park for the Lake Stevens and surrounding communities. Pictures were taken on Sunday, November 3rd.
Ron Rasmussen, Chair of the Membership Committee and Jim Steinruck along with Gary O'Rielly (not pictured) lead the discussion and presentation of a Club Orientation session at our weekly Friday morning meeting November 1st.
 
Senator Steve Hobbs, Chair of the Senate Transportation Committee and a member of our Club outlines the State of the Transportation budget at our regular Friday morning meeting on October 25th. The State Transportation budget is at $9.3 billion in appropriation authority and is separate from the Operation budget. Constitution amendment #18 requires that all gas money received by the State goes to transportation separated into two accounts. One is the motor vehicle account and the other is the multimodal transportation account.
Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk. Top left. Hannah the organizer:  Ilene the event photographer, President Laurie and Angie. The walkers were Angie, Jim and Laurie and along the route joined by Kendra. And our Club members  nearing the finish line. Photos by Gary O'Rielly
Brad Whittaker, District Governor visited our Club this past Friday, October 18th. What a treat, to have the District Governor visit our Club. A really great opportunity to get acquainted with one another, share our stories, projects and learn from our District leader. The Governor was introduced by Dave Duskin, Area J Assistant District Governor. Brad is the fourth Rotarian from the Chilliwack Club to be the District Governor.
 
Welcome our newest member, John "Jak" Thornton who was formerly  inducted into our Club by District Governor Brad Whittaker. Joining in the ceremony was President Laurie, who is Jak's sponsor, and Ron Rasmussen, our Membership Committee Chair. Please welcome Jak to our Club when you meet him at our next meeting or project. This brings our total membership to 43 Active members and 2 Honorary members!
 
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Lake Stevens

We meet Fridays at 7:15 AM
Lake Stevens School District Educational Service Center
12309 22nd St NE

Lake Stevens, WA  98258
United States of America
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Speakers
Karen Beaudry, UW Career Services Manager - Math
Nov 15, 2019
Financial Engineering - What it is, What the education looks like, What are the career jobs
Jim Haugen
Nov 22, 2019
The Rotary Foundation
No Speaker
Nov 29, 2019
Informal Social at The Buzz Inn
Mayor John Spencer
Dec 06, 2019
State of the City
John Dyer and Jak Thornton
Dec 13, 2019
Classification Talks
Alex Zitnik
Dec 20, 2019
What is Physical Therapy
TBD
Jan 03, 2020
Legislative Advocacy 101
 

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Nov 15- Don Iverson
Nov 22- Tracy DeLorm
Nov 29- Social Gathering at The Buzz Inn
Dec 6- Sam Low
Dec 13- Kevin O'Brien
 
 
 
 
 
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