Stories
Here we are setting up the Angry Birds Booth for the Psuedo-Annual (COVID *) Ghost Train event at the aptly named South Kitsap Regional Park. This event is put on by the Kitsap Live Steamers. Be sure to check out their Facebook or website for more info on what they do. Big kids playing with big toys and doing good work in the community.
Congratulations to our newest Paul Harris Fellow. Annette Baker.

The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation.

Rotary established the recognition in 1957. The Rotary Foundation transforms your gifts into service projects that change lives both close to home and around the world.
Since it was founded more than 100 years ago, the Foundation has spent more than $4 billion on life-changing, sustainable projects.
 
Rotary International recognizes Clubs that have 100% participation by members with a minimum of $100 per member per year. SK Club Members let's meet that goal!!  today! 
Gary Anderson purchased our "40 Hours of Unskilled Yard Labor" at the Bash Silent Auction.  On July 16th we showed up to fulfill his purchase! 
SK Rotary presents our "Big Check" $10,000 donation to KMHS at the Ribbon Cutting of their new office at the Westbay Center.
Bash Tickets on sale now. Join us June 4th at the Towne Square mall for our mostly annual Casino Night  Fundraiser. Woot!
 
Click on the photo to see some of our Rotarians and working volunteering at the new Kitsap Mental Health building helping to get it ready for occupancy.
 
 
 
Our "Adopt-a-Turkey" annual Holiday Meals donation drive went well this year with the Club match rounding it up to $3,000. Here is President Conner Hartmann presenting the check to Helpline Executive Director Jennifer Hardison.
Way to go SK Rotary Members!
 
Sarah Dageenakis (she is the one on the right) is the kind of Rotarian we all strive to be.
Whenever help is needed, Sarah’s hand is the first in the air.
She is bubbly and upbeat, and confident that every project will be a success.
She has tackled public relations by taking on the Facebook and Club Runner posts.  Her other committees are fundraising and community service.  She doesn’t let that stop her from helping the other committees get their projects done.
For all these reasons, Sarah has been chosen as this year’s Rotarian of the Year. Thank you, Sarah, for your heart of service.
Stories
Here we are setting up the Angry Birds Booth for the Psuedo-Annual (COVID *) Ghost Train event at the aptly named South Kitsap Regional Park. This event is put on by the Kitsap Live Steamers. Be sure to check out their Facebook or website for more info on what they do. Big kids playing with big toys and doing good work in the community.
Congratulations to our newest Paul Harris Fellow. Annette Baker.

The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation.

Rotary established the recognition in 1957. The Rotary Foundation transforms your gifts into service projects that change lives both close to home and around the world.
Since it was founded more than 100 years ago, the Foundation has spent more than $4 billion on life-changing, sustainable projects.
 
Rotary International recognizes Clubs that have 100% participation by members with a minimum of $100 per member per year. SK Club Members let's meet that goal!!  today! 
Gary Anderson purchased our "40 Hours of Unskilled Yard Labor" at the Bash Silent Auction.  On July 16th we showed up to fulfill his purchase! 
SK Rotary presents our "Big Check" $10,000 donation to KMHS at the Ribbon Cutting of their new office at the Westbay Center.
Bash Tickets on sale now. Join us June 4th at the Towne Square mall for our mostly annual Casino Night  Fundraiser. Woot!
 
Click on the photo to see some of our Rotarians and working volunteering at the new Kitsap Mental Health building helping to get it ready for occupancy.
 
 
 
Our "Adopt-a-Turkey" annual Holiday Meals donation drive went well this year with the Club match rounding it up to $3,000. Here is President Conner Hartmann presenting the check to Helpline Executive Director Jennifer Hardison.
Way to go SK Rotary Members!
 
Sarah Dageenakis (she is the one on the right) is the kind of Rotarian we all strive to be.
Whenever help is needed, Sarah’s hand is the first in the air.
She is bubbly and upbeat, and confident that every project will be a success.
She has tackled public relations by taking on the Facebook and Club Runner posts.  Her other committees are fundraising and community service.  She doesn’t let that stop her from helping the other committees get their projects done.
For all these reasons, Sarah has been chosen as this year’s Rotarian of the Year. Thank you, Sarah, for your heart of service.
Stories
Here we are setting up the Angry Birds Booth for the Psuedo-Annual (COVID *) Ghost Train event at the aptly named South Kitsap Regional Park. This event is put on by the Kitsap Live Steamers. Be sure to check out their Facebook or website for more info on what they do. Big kids playing with big toys and doing good work in the community.
Congratulations to our newest Paul Harris Fellow. Annette Baker.

The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation.

Rotary established the recognition in 1957. The Rotary Foundation transforms your gifts into service projects that change lives both close to home and around the world.
Since it was founded more than 100 years ago, the Foundation has spent more than $4 billion on life-changing, sustainable projects.
 
Rotary International recognizes Clubs that have 100% participation by members with a minimum of $100 per member per year. SK Club Members let's meet that goal!!  today! 
Gary Anderson purchased our "40 Hours of Unskilled Yard Labor" at the Bash Silent Auction.  On July 16th we showed up to fulfill his purchase! 
SK Rotary presents our "Big Check" $10,000 donation to KMHS at the Ribbon Cutting of their new office at the Westbay Center.
Bash Tickets on sale now. Join us June 4th at the Towne Square mall for our mostly annual Casino Night  Fundraiser. Woot!
 
Click on the photo to see some of our Rotarians and working volunteering at the new Kitsap Mental Health building helping to get it ready for occupancy.
 
 
 
Our "Adopt-a-Turkey" annual Holiday Meals donation drive went well this year with the Club match rounding it up to $3,000. Here is President Conner Hartmann presenting the check to Helpline Executive Director Jennifer Hardison.
Way to go SK Rotary Members!
 
Sarah Dageenakis (she is the one on the right) is the kind of Rotarian we all strive to be.
Whenever help is needed, Sarah’s hand is the first in the air.
She is bubbly and upbeat, and confident that every project will be a success.
She has tackled public relations by taking on the Facebook and Club Runner posts.  Her other committees are fundraising and community service.  She doesn’t let that stop her from helping the other committees get their projects done.
For all these reasons, Sarah has been chosen as this year’s Rotarian of the Year. Thank you, Sarah, for your heart of service.
Stories
Here we are setting up the Angry Birds Booth for the Psuedo-Annual (COVID *) Ghost Train event at the aptly named South Kitsap Regional Park. This event is put on by the Kitsap Live Steamers. Be sure to check out their Facebook or website for more info on what they do. Big kids playing with big toys and doing good work in the community.
Congratulations to our newest Paul Harris Fellow. Annette Baker.

The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation.

Rotary established the recognition in 1957. The Rotary Foundation transforms your gifts into service projects that change lives both close to home and around the world.
Since it was founded more than 100 years ago, the Foundation has spent more than $4 billion on life-changing, sustainable projects.
 
Rotary International recognizes Clubs that have 100% participation by members with a minimum of $100 per member per year. SK Club Members let's meet that goal!!  today! 
Gary Anderson purchased our "40 Hours of Unskilled Yard Labor" at the Bash Silent Auction.  On July 16th we showed up to fulfill his purchase! 
SK Rotary presents our "Big Check" $10,000 donation to KMHS at the Ribbon Cutting of their new office at the Westbay Center.
Bash Tickets on sale now. Join us June 4th at the Towne Square mall for our mostly annual Casino Night  Fundraiser. Woot!
 
Click on the photo to see some of our Rotarians and working volunteering at the new Kitsap Mental Health building helping to get it ready for occupancy.
 
 
 
Our "Adopt-a-Turkey" annual Holiday Meals donation drive went well this year with the Club match rounding it up to $3,000. Here is President Conner Hartmann presenting the check to Helpline Executive Director Jennifer Hardison.
Way to go SK Rotary Members!
 
Sarah Dageenakis (she is the one on the right) is the kind of Rotarian we all strive to be.
Whenever help is needed, Sarah’s hand is the first in the air.
She is bubbly and upbeat, and confident that every project will be a success.
She has tackled public relations by taking on the Facebook and Club Runner posts.  Her other committees are fundraising and community service.  She doesn’t let that stop her from helping the other committees get their projects done.
For all these reasons, Sarah has been chosen as this year’s Rotarian of the Year. Thank you, Sarah, for your heart of service.
Rotary Club of South Kitsap
South Kitsap

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
The Eagles Club
4001 Jackson Ave SE
Port Orchard, WA 98366
United States of America
We meet every Tuesday at 12:00 Noon at the Eagles Club. Park in the back for easy access to the upper-level meeting room. See the calendar for speakers!
Upcoming Events
Speakers
Wendy Wojtanowicz
Nov 29, 2022
Communities in Schools
Susie Nass, SKHS
Dec 06, 2022
DECA
Beth Javens
Dec 13, 2022
Executive Director, Visit Kitsap
Gregg Olsen
Jan 24, 2023
Olalla Bay Market and Landing Renovation/NYT Bestselling Author
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