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South Whidbey Island

We meet Tuesdays at 7:30 AM
Whidbey Tel WiFire Club Room
1651 East Main Street
Freeland, WA  98249
United States of America
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On October 5th Whidbey Island's four Rotary clubs donated a memorial in Maple Leaf Cemetery to the unclaimed deceased of Island County.  The idea was conceived by Rotarian Bryan Stuckey and jointly funded by all the Rotary clubs of Whidbey Island.  
            
Rotary District Governor Brad Whittaker recently visited the Rotary Club of South Whidbey and updated members on the organization's local, national, and international events and programs. Club President L. Jay Ryan presented Governor Whittaker with a donation to the Rotary Foundation and Good Cheer in recognition of his visit.  
The Rotary Club of South Whidbey recently awarded four $3000 Levi Watanabe Scholarships to graduating seniors from South Whidbey High School.  Pictured here are two of the four recipients, Carli Newman and Michael Maddux, accompanied by his parents Patricia and Brian Maddux. The scholarships are provided annually by the RCSW and named in memory of Levi Watanabe, the grandson of a club member.  
The Rotary Club of South Whidbey honored four outstanding teachers from local schools during its weekly meeting on May 7th.  Standing from left to right are Middle School Principal James Swanson, Elementary School North Campus Principal Mary Thompson, High School Principal John Patton, High School Biology Teacher Greg Ballog, 4th Grade Teacher Rachel Kizer, 7th Grade Science Teacher Susan Milan, Terry Rose (Rotarian), 6th Grade ELA Teacher Lindsey DeMots, and Elementary School South Campus Assistant Principal Susie Richards.
On May 9th Rotarians from the Rotary Club of South Whidbey assisted the Port of South Whidbey and Island Beach Access with the installation of mats at Clinton Beach Park.  Bright ADA blue access mats are seasonally placed from mid-May through October to allow mobility-challenged individuals to safely and easily reach the water’s edge.  Clinton Beach Park is the first Universally Accessible Public Beach in the northwestern United States.