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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Lake Stevens

Lake Stevens

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 7:15 AM
Lake Stevens School District Educational Service Center
12309 22nd St NE
Lake Stevens, WA  98258
United States
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Interact Club

​Interact is a service club for youth ages 14-18. The name is a combination of the words international​ and action​. We join Clubs in over 120 countries around the world. The global youth network is dedicated to community and international service. Every Interact Club project, great or small, has a lasting impact on society worldwide.
 
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​The Club meets the first and third Wednesday at 2:30 LSHS room #104. Find out the latest at our Facebook site.
 
 
 
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Congratulations, Jackie Sheheen, our new member. Jackie was sponsored by Reshal Ploeger. Prior to joining our club, Jackie worked a shift at our AquaFest Food booth. Jackie works for Columbia Funding Mortgage. Her application was approved by the Board, at its meeting last night.
Four of the six winners came to our Friday meeting to pick up their Duck Dash winnings prizes.
 
Pictured with President Randy Celori are Grand Prize winner Todd Jubie, 6th Place winner Tom Hartwell and 2nd Place winner Leslie Elsmore. 
3rd Place winner Hailey Mallott receives her winnings from President Randy.
 
The 4th & 5th Place winners were unavailable this meeting.
Chief Bruce Stedman was our guest speaker on Friday, August 4th talking about a community paramedic program offered by Medicaid under the Accountable Communities Health demonstration, the State of Washington is anticipating receiving $1.2 billion in federal investment in return for rewarding high-quality care. The purpose of the grant is for EMS to change the way they deliver services. Stedman commented that 85% of the time, fire departments are doing EMS services in the communities throughout the State of Washington. Looking for ways to provide services that will lead to a healthier Washington.
 
 
Barry Rassin, of the Rotary Club of East Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, has been selected to be 2018-19 Rotary president. Rassin’s nomination follows Sam F. Owori’s death in July, just two weeks into his term as Rotary International President-Elect.
The winners have been determined and calls to them are in the process. And, the winners are:
 
Grand Prize - $1,000  Todd Jubie
2nd Place    -  $  500   Leslie Elsmore
3rd Place     -  $  250   Hailey Mallott
4th Place     -  $  100   Diane Demeroutis
5th Place    -   $  100   Larry Lian
6th Place    -   $  100   John Hartwell
 
Congratulations to our winners of the Duck Dash prizes and for buying tickets to this wonderful fundraiser!!
 
The Flying Duck has arrived perched on our Rotary tent this past Sunday.
Our guest speaker this past week was Peggy Ray of the Lake Stevens Family Center. She is the Family Support Supervisor at the Lake Stevens Family Center. Peggy talked about the services that the Family Center provides including 24 hour food supplies for families in need. Mental health and veteran services are free. One of the upcoming large events for the Family Center is the Project Homeless event September 16th in Arlington.
 
NEW MEMBER  Please welcome, Rick Miller, our newest member approved by the Board at its meeting on Tuesday, July 18th. Rick's information will appear in the club directory within the next few days. Rick is an unfranchise owner of Shop.com.  He was previously a member of the Rotary Club of Renton and operated his own landscape business. Please give a big welcome to Rick when you see him at our next meeting. Rick's sponsor is Larry Saint.
Rotary International President-elect Sam F. Owori died unexpectedly on 13 July due to complications from surgery. Sam was a member of the Rotary Club Kampala, Uganda, for 38 years.
 

“Rotary has become a way of life for me – with the intrinsic value and core belief in mutual responsibility and concern for one another as a cornerstone,” Sam said when he was nominated last year. “I feel immense satisfaction knowing that through Rotary, I’ve helped someone live better.”

Sam's term as Rotary’s 108th president would have begun on 1 July 2018.

“Please remember Sam as the outstanding, hardworking Rotarian he was,” said Rotary International President Ian Riseley. “In this difficult time, I ask you to keep his wife, Norah, the Owori family, and Sam’s millions of friends around the world in your thoughts.”

 

 
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"Too many people go through life complaining about their problems. I've always believed that if you took one tenth the energy you put into complaining and applied it to solving the problem, you'd be surprised by how well things can work out."
 
 
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