Welcome to the Rotary Club of South Whidbey Island!

South Whidbey Island

We meet Tuesdays at 7:30 AM
Whidbey Tel WiFire Club Room
1651 East Main Street
Freeland, WA  98249
United States
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Rotarians visited Cloudstone Sculpture Park, founded in 1993 by artist and sculptor Hank Nelson and his wife.  The 20-acre park on Whidbey Island displays hundreds of his sculptures of stone, steel structures, bronze casts, and art of and by the earth.  The Director of the park, former RCSW President Marty Matthews, led the tour.  

On June 27th Linda Q. Senff (left) ended her year-long term as RCSW President during a formal "passing of the torch" dinner at Useless Bay Country Club.  The incoming President, John Plakos, was unavailable and represented by his wife, Marie Plakos.  
The Rotary Club of South Whidbey awarded $15,000 in scholarships to six students for the 2018-2019 academic year.  Each student received $2,500 towards their higher education; two of the six recipients are currently attending college in Washington and four will graduate from South Whidbey High School this month.  Three of the scholarship recipients attended the Club meeting on June 5th and are in the center of the above picture with their parents and friends.  From left to right they are Jordan Shelley, Sophia Nielsen, and Callum MacDonald.   Click here to view more photos.

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