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We has a great Zoom meeting this week - join us next week for another hour of fellowship - Thursday mornings 7:30-8:30 via Zoom
Fun to see all your smiling faces - Rotary fellowship is a great way to start the day!

Happy Bucks/Sargent's Report - $70
Please mail money to PO Box 321 Allyn, WA 98524

Registration is looking really good for the May 16th DTvZ, our first virtual training session ever!  Registration opened just 6 days ago and we have almost 200 Rotarians already registered!  Those  Rotarians have already discovered the attraction of getting excellent FREE Rotary training from the comfort of their own home computer!  If you haven't already downloaded the free Zoom app on your electronic device, check it out now and take their free tutorial to learn your way around.  We'll be doing everything necessary to protect your security so don't be afraid of that.
As you may have heard, either by way of e-mail, the UD 5020 magazine, the District 5020 website, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, we are providing 30 separate classes for you to choose from during 5 different time frames beginning at 10:00 a.m. and ending at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 16th.  After the training is completed, we'll be having a virtual happy hour celebration to wrap up the day with some special surprises being planned for you to enjoy.
If you haven't already done so, I encourage you to click on the link below or check out the information on the site to sign up for DTvZ!  You can take one or as many as 5 classes!  By the way, you can also edit your class choices until May 5th!  We'd love to host every one of the members of our District at this event!   E-mail, text or call if you have questions!
Click this link to register:

Nathan Daniels from the Great Peninsula Conservatory

Protecting our lands and waters
for generations to come.

Great Peninsula Conservancy is a nonprofit land trust dedicated to protecting the natural habitats, rural landscapes, and open spaces of the Great Peninsula region of West Puget Sound, Washington. View our Map to see where we work.

Our Story

Photo by Don Paulson

In the 1980s, as the population on the peninsula began to grow, visionary local leaders took action to preserve the natural beauty of this region and protect local lands and waters. For their protection efforts to be successful, they realized a strong organization was needed to take on regional challenges and to shoulder stewardship responsibilities far into the future. Great Peninsula Conservancy was formed in 2000 to take on those responsibilities.

Our mission is to conserve vibrant forests, streams, shorelines and community greenspaces to help wildlife and people thrive. We commit to caring for the lands we protect to ensure wildlife and people enjoy the many benefits of nature well into the future. And we enrich lives by offering opportunities for people to experience nature close up.

To date we have preserved over 10,000 acres of evergreen forests, salmon streams, marine shorelines and community parks.



What We Do

Photo by Don Willott

With almost four decades of conservation accomplishments in the region, Great Peninsula Conservancy is a trusted conservation leader. We work in collaboration with community groups, local governments, tribes, and landowners, providing the tools and expertise to preserve forever the special landscapes of the Great Peninsula region.

Great Peninsula Conservancy protects land by creating nature preserves that we own, partnering with public agencies to create local parks, and by placing permanent restrictions on private land that help sustain family farms and forests through generations. Conserved lands are either purchased at fair market value or received through donation. Our work is made possible by generous contributions from individuals, foundations, and public agencies, and by the willingness (and often passion) of landowners to conserve their land.

View our Featured Projects to read stories of how communities have joined together to save a forest or stream near you!



The accreditation seal is awarded to land trusts meeting the highest national standards for excellence and conservation permanence.



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Enroll in Rotary’s recurring giving program, Rotary Direct, which makes giving easy, fast, and secure. You can schedule a monthly, quarterly, or annual donation that empowers Rotarians to change lives in communities around the world.

Online Youth Protection Awareness (online YPA) course - select your Club from the dropdown, select your name from the list, click on ‘Send Course Link’.  You’ll be sent an email from with the subject ‘Rotary District 5020 Youth Protection Awareness Training’.  

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Katie (Hopkins) Musgrave was awarded the Rotary Citation with Gold Distinction for helping Rotary be the inspiration  in the lives of people all over the world.
As President in 2018-2019 she worked really hard to be the best Rotarian she could be and pushed others to be also. 
We are so proud of you Katie.  Fantastic job!!!!
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