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Welcome to Sedro-Woolley Rotary Club! Club #188

Sedro-Woolley

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Sedro Woolley Community Center
703 Pacific Street
Sedro-Woolley, WA  98284
United States
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♦ ♦ CHRISTMAS PARTY! ♦ ♦

The annual Sedro-Woolley Rotary Christmas Party will be held on Saturday December 2, 2017 beginning at 6:00 PM at the home of John & Katy Janicki's, 13563 Teak Lane, Mount Vernon (Clear Lake).   Join your fellow Rotarians and family to ring in the Christmas season with great food, fun, fellowship and caroling.  Please remember to bring a cash donation or non-perishable food items for the Helping Hands Food Bank. 

 

 

 

 

ROTARY BINGO NIGHT 

Wednesday December 13, 2017

Sedro-Woolley Community Center

Dinner served from 5:00 - 6:30 PM

Bingo starts at 6:00 PM

$10.00 for dinner and bingo cards

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Sedro-Woolley Rotary Golf Tournament

Two Person Scramble (Rotarians, Family, & Friends)

Starting at 4:00 PM on Thursday September 14, 2017

Overlook Golf Course

Even if you don't play in the Tournament,

come enjoy the BBQ following the tournament!

INSTALLATION DINNER IS FRIDAY JUNE 23, 2017 @ 6:00

The Sedro-Woolley Rotary Installation is where the club will be installing our new President, Avery Martin, along with our incoming Officers and Directors.  It will be held on June 23, 2017 at the Grand Willow located at 17926 Dunbar Road, Mount Vernon.  The festivities will begin at 6:00 p.m.   Dinner will be served at 6:30.  This is sure to be a fun evening with your fellow Rotarians.

If you have not signed up yet, please contact Past President Becky Elde at 360-770-9427 or email Becky@BeckyElde.com to sign up as we need to give a number to our caterer no later than June 16th.

SEDRO-WOOLLEY ROTARY FOUNDATION AUCTION
 
The Sedro-Woolley Rotary Foundation annual auction is coming up on Friday, May 5, 2017 at Christ the King in Burlington Washington.  Visit the auction website at  http://sedrowoolleyrotaryauction.com/index.html
 
“Northern Lights-Celebrating our Rotary Stars” is this year’s theme and we encourage you to dress in the vibrant colors of the Northern Lights so you shine bright like all of our Rotary Stars.
 
Christ the King
1000 Fountain Street
Burlington, WA  98233

5:00 pm - Doors Open, Liquid refreshments, Games and Silent Auction Bidding
6:20 pm - Red Silent Auction closes
6:40 pm - Green Silent Auction closes
6:45 pm - 1st three raffles for hanging basket
6:50 pm - Board Drawings
6:55 pm - Best of Live Drawing
7:00 pm - Invocation and Salad
7:05 pm - Basket Raffles 4-9
7:15 pm - Dinner/Live Auction Begins

After Item 5 - Call for Dessert Dash bids/ Blue Silent Auction(certificates) close
After Item 15 - Dessert Dash/ Almost Live Auction closes/basket raffle 10-12
End of Live - Drawing for GO PRO - (must be present to win)
CRYSTAL BALL WINNERS!
 
Steve Huggins wins the 2017 Crystal Ball Award for the top guesser!  Louie Requa did not do so well.   There is always next year.
Who will be the smartest and not smartest of our Club?
 
Find out at the meeting and take the test for 2017!
 
2015 Winner Geoff McCann is hoping for a repeat while Mark Christ is not!
 
This Club tradition has been happening since 1944!
 
This will be our program for the regular meeting!
 
Cost is $5.00
Make sure to attend, and bring family members, to our Thursday noon meetings to enjoy Christmas Music presented by the Sedro-Woolley High School music groups for the following meetings:
 
December 8, 2016 - Sedro-Woolley High School Jazz Choir
 
December 15, 2016 - Sedro-Woolley High School Jazz Band
DISTRICT GOVERNOR SCOTT DUDLEY TO VISIT ON OCTOBER 6, 2016
 
Scott Dudley and his wife, Christine or “Saint Christine” which she is called and deservedly so, live on Whidbey Island in the City of Oak Harbor, Washington.  
 
Scott joined the Rotary Club of North Whidbey Island Sunrise back in January of 2001 but became a “Rotarian” on a wheelchair distribution trip to Mexico several years later.  He has since done great work in both Haiti as well as Honduras.

Scott was a recipient of Rotary International’s “Service Above Self” Award, one of Rotary's highest recognitions.

He is a Major Donor as well as a member of the Paul Harris Society and a member of Rotary Foundation’s Bequest Society.
 
When he is not working on his Rotary Club’s next project or volunteering at the Rotary District Level, Scott can be found managing his investment office in Oak Harbor, Washington.
 
Scott stays active and as of July 2016, completed his 21st marathon.
 
He also served as the Mayor of the City of Oak Harbor, from 2012 through 2015.
 
Scott and Christine love to travel and have a total of five children.

Those that know Scott, know that he is a huge Seattle Seahawks fan but even a bigger fan of Rotary!

INSTALLATION DINNER IS FRIDAY JUNE 24, 2016 @ 5:00

The Sedro-Woolley Rotary Installation is where the club will be installing our new President, David Bricka, along with our incoming Officers and Directors.  It will be held on June 24, 2016 at the Grand Willow located at 17926 Dunbar Road, Mount Vernon.  The festivities will begin at 5:00 p.m.   Dinner will be served at 6:30.  This is sure to be a fun evening with your fellow Rotarians.

If you have not signed up yet, please contact Past President Becky Elde at 360-770-9427 or email Becky@BeckyElde.com to sign up as we need to give a number to our caterer no later than June 17th.

GEOFF MCCANN WINS 2015 CRYSTAL BALL!
Congratulations to Geoff McCann as the winner of the 2015 Crystal Ball contest for correctly predicting 24 out of 30 questions about future events.  The worst prognosticator was Mark Christ who only correctly predicted 6 of the same 30 questions.   If you want to take part in the 2016 Crystal Ball contest, please see the download files on the website.   
 
 
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Speakers
Thanksgiving
Nov 23, 2017
No Meeting Today
Sedro-Woolley High School Jazz Band
Nov 30, 2017
Christmas Music
Sedro-Woolley High School Jazz Choir
Dec 07, 2017
Christmas Music
Sedro-Woolley High School Orchestra
Dec 14, 2017
Christmas Music