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We meet Fridays at 12:15 PM
Shawn O'Donnell's American Grill and Irish Pub
122 128th St SE
Everett, WA  98208
United States
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SEMR honored the Students of the Month from Cascade High School at the February 2 meeting. Madaline Kapetanov and Holli Miller were chosen for their service and leadership to their school and community.
Madaline currently serves as Junior Class President and is active in athletics, church, and the community. Notable are awards she has received for completion of service goals in church and her involvement in teaching elementary school students German. She has also been actively involved in food drives to benefit community members. Last summer, She participated in a short term exchange program to Germany. She has yet to decide on her future career, but would like to attend either the University of Utah or Brigham Young University.
Holli serves her school in ASB leadership and as editor-in-chief of the yearbook. She has a special heart for students with disabilities, planning and implementing the first All-Inclusive dance, allowing disabled students to have the full high school experience. Most of her time outside of school has been photographing high school and community events, documenting the experiences for the school and yearbook. She plans on attending Seattle University to pursue a degree in photography and journalism.
SEMR congratulates these well deserving students and is proud to honor them as Students of the Month.
Madaline Kapetanov
Holli Miller
In December, SEMR honored Cami Kloes as the Cascade High School Student of the Month. 
Cami is very involved in student activities, community service, and is the daughter of Lori and Daren Kloes, two members of our SEMR family!
A strong believer in stepping out of one's comfort zone, Cami serves at Camp Prov, an integrated camp for children with disabilities and their siblings. She has also been active in school athletics and French Club and enjoys experiencing diverse cultures and travel. She recently traveled to New York and Washington DC, where she witnessed the Women's March. Her academic studies include French and Advanced Placement classes. After graduation, she hopes to attend Western Washington University and earn a CNM degree and become a nurse midwife. Congratulations to Cami!
Cami Kloes
SEMR celebrates long time member and immediate past president, Cassie Franklin, on her election and beginning service as Mayor of Everett. Her commitment to Rotary values, service, our community, and her dedication to the youth is unsurpassed. Congratulations, Cassie! We know that Everett is in very capable hands under your leadership. 
In what has become an annual opportunity to serve, the SEMR Club members delivered 350 Turkey Baskets to families in the area. As a club, we are truly grateful for the communities we serve and grateful that these families had the means to prepare a Thanksgiving dinner for their families. Additionally, we are grateful for Rene Porubek, past club president, whose passion leads us in this service. Thank you to the many Rotarians, family members, and friends who helped to make this service a fantastic success. A special shout out to the Mukilteo QFC for their partnership for and dedication to this service!
Rotary International President Ian Riseley will be holding six Peace Building Conferences throughout the world. The first will be held in Vancouver, BC on February 9-11.  Participants will discuss the impact of environmental issues on health, fresh air, clean water, vegetation, and food production – and how improved environmental conditions are a fundamental condition of building peace within communities. All are invited to participate by registering for the event. 
A new Rotary Club aimed at 18 - 30 year olds has been created in Snohomish County. The Snohomish County Rotaract is designed to provide avenues of service for its membership and giving back to the community in positive ways. President Rachel Preston leads the new Rotaract Club. To date, the Rotaract Club of 15 members has provided a school supply give away and 100 hot weather kits for children. They will soon partner with local firefighters to install smoke alarms in homes. The Rotaract Club was sponsored and is supported by Snohomish County Rotary Clubs, including SEMR! Read the Herald article about this new service opportunity for young Rotarians!
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Feb 23, 2018
International Program
Mar 02, 2018
International Service
Katie Jensen
Mar 09, 2018
Everett Community College
Mar 16, 2018
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