Rotary Club of Puyallup
 
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Welcome to our Club!

Puyallup

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Charlie's Restaurant
113 E. Main Street
Puyallup, WA  98372
United States
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Speakers
JD Go Green Games
Jul 18, 2018
Way Out Kids
NO NOON MEETING!
Jul 25, 2018
Meeting replaced with the Annual Rotary BBQ - see event calendar for details
Chuck Fitzgerald
Aug 01, 2018
Art In Our Community
Jan Mauk/Karissa Thompson- Communities in Schools
Aug 08, 2018
Fill the Canoe - Also Red and Blue Badge Presentaitons
Sue Drier
Aug 15, 2018
Pierce County Transit
Beth Incrocci - The Seattle Childrens Hospital
Aug 22, 2018
Brooklyn's story
Janel Tobar
Aug 29, 2018
St. Francis House
 
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The Rotary Foundation
Club Administration
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Youth Protection Officer
 
14th Annual Puyallup Rotary Golf Classic
 14th Annual
Puyallup Rotary
Golf Classic
has come to a close...
Thank you for all the participation
in golfers and sponsors.
We couldn't do it without you!
 
 
A BIG Thank you to our Sponsors!

Timberland Bank
 
Sign Dog Media          Windermere Real Estate          Jennings Equipment
 
Bowers Plumbing          The Mel Korum YMCA          Bellanca Homes
 
Trillium          Payeho Project          Bay Equity Home Loans
 
Premier Floors & Design Center          Hills Funeral Home          Wesley Homes/Bradley Park
 
Edward Jones/Blair Sexton          Independent Pest Solutions          Far West Technologies
 
State Farm/Mark Mullins             Advanced Septic & Construction Service    
     
Columba Bank          Jet Chevrolet          Minuteman Press
 
 
 
 
 

YAP!
Youth Advocacy Project
Next Meeting Dates:
08/14/18 (Tuesday)
11/07/18 (Wednesday)
01/09/19 (Wednesday)
03/20/19 (Wednesday)

Meeting Times 11-12
Location:  Puyallup Digital Learning
716 South Hill Park Dr., Ste B, Puyallup, WA 98373


If interested in attending RSVP KThompson@redcanoecu.com


I'm excited to share with you a program called the
Youth Advocacy Project (YAP).

 
YAP was developed two years ago by Karissa Thompson, Rotary Past President. Karissa wanted to find a way to connect community members and local non-profits to the needs in the school district. She has formed a roundtable that meets quarterly to discuss and shine light on the needs of our youth. As a group they work together to find solutions for each need. We are making an effort to build resources and unite many talented people who are determined to make a difference. We would love to have you be a part of making a difference!
 

YAP webpage on the Puyallup School District Website:

https://www.puyallup.k12.wa.us/cms/one.aspx?portalid=141151&pageid=3899222

 
Click here to read what The News Tribune had to say!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Celebrating Rotarians
 
Home Page Stories
Last night the world lost a special Rotary family member, Larry Carney was a very respected member of our community. Larry had a servant heart and a passion for youth. Larry will be greatly missed.
 

The Dash Between

by Ron Tranmer©

 
I knelt there at the headstone

of one I love and cried.

Name, with dates of birth and death

were perfectly inscribed.

 

I pondered these two dates

and how little they both mean

when compared to the tiny dash

that lies there in between.

 

The dash serves as an emblem

of our time here on the earth,

and although small, it stands for all

our years of life, and worth.

                 

And our worth will be determined

by how we live each day.

We can fill our dash with goodness,

or waste our life away.

 

To ourselves, as well as others,

let’s be honest, kind and true,

and every day, live the way

we know God wants us to.

 

May we look for opportunities

to do a worthy deed,

and reach out with compassion

to those who are in need.

 

For If our hearts are full of love

throughout our journey here,

we’ll be loved by all who knew us

and our memory they’ll hold dear.

 

And when we die, these memories

will bring grateful, loving tears,

to all whose lives were touched

by the dash between our years.