|Munch Madness!||Posted||on Feb 22, 2017||
Ellensburg businesses joining together in friendly competition to benefit FISH Food Bank.
|CORNERSTONE TAKEOVER!||Posted by Drew Houck||on Feb 16, 2017||
Wednesday, February 22 at 10 AM - 8 PMAt Cornerstone Pie, 307 E 5th Ave, Ellensburg
|And So It Begins...||Posted||on Oct 06, 2015||
And so it begins...
Last night Brad Case and I presented at the Ellensburg City Council meeting in regards to our proposed Circle the City Project and Trail Tale at Irene Rinehart.
The council could not have been more supportive and enthusiastic about our plans.
We now have full approval to move forward with the Trail Tale. A special thank you to everyone that has contributed to this idea and has pledged their time as this component of the Circle the City project comes along.
Yours in Service,
|Split the Pot winner!||Posted||on Feb 22, 2015||
During our regular meeting on February 12th, rotarian James Paton won the Split the Pot! His son, Dexter, pulled the winning card. Congrats to both James and Dexter!
|Like Us on Facebook!||Posted by Jerry Findley||
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|Dinner & A Movie!||Posted by Sadie Thayer||
Please join us for Dinner & A Movie on November 13th at the CWU SURC Theater. The evening begins at 5:30pm with a social hour before a delicious dinner and good movie. Tickets may be purchased through any Rotarian of Ellensburg Morning. Everyone is welcome; rotary membership is not required for this event.
|A big welcome to a new baby||Posted by Joanna Markell||
A big welcome to a new baby
The Ellensburg Morning Rotary Club presented a backpack full of books and a gift certificate to Pearl Street Books to the first baby born on International Literacy Day locally on Sept. 8.
This year’s baby is Jared Russel Cromer, 8 pounds, 12 ounces. He is the son of Jessica Crandell and Kyle Cromer and was born at Kittitas Valley Healthcare.
Literacy is a basis for lifelong learning and plays a crucial foundational role in the creation of sustainable, prosperous and peaceful societies, according to UNESCO, which started Literacy Day in 1965.
In addition to raising awareness for literacy efforts, the Ellensburg Morning Rotary Club supports the Ellensburg School District bookmobile and hosts an annual family reading night at Bright Beginnings. The club also provides books at the Kittitas County jail and to new Habitat for Humanity homes, and has supported training for teachers in South Sudan.
|Traveling Wall in Cle Elum!||Posted by Sadie Thayer||
|Let's Celebrate!||Posted by Sadie Thayer||
|EMRC Spring Fundraiser!||Posted by Sadie Thayer||
|Youth Services Mentor Program Needs Your Help!||Posted by Sadie Thayer||
|Mark Your Calendars!||Posted by Keegan Fengler||
|Munch Madness!||Posted by Sadie Thayer||
|Clymer Holiday Social||Posted by Jerry Findley||
Thanks to Phil and Judy Backlund who organized a Holiday Social at the Clymer Museum this past week! Kicking off the holidays right! Check out the photo's in the Club Photo Album!
|North Alder Street Park Grand Opening||Posted by Jerry Findley||
|Rotary donates bookshelves to jail||Posted by Jerry Findley||
Members of the Ellensburg Morning Rotary Literacy Committee, Central Washington University Rotaract and CWU's WORD group stand next to bookshelves and books donated to inmates at the Kittitas County Jail.
Members of the Ellensburg Morning Rotary Literacy Committee, Central Washington University Rotaract and CWU's WORD group toured the Kittitas County Jail on May 1. Morning Rotary recently donated six bookshelves to the jail as part of its Books Freeing Minds project.
The bookshelves are set up in the multipurpose room in the new section of the jail. The club and students are collecting paperback books for inmates as part of a larger book drive.
Members who toured the jail were Amanda Bean, Megan Foster, Naomi Barnes and Jaclyn Robertson with WORD. WORD stands for Washington Organization for Reading Development, and is a local chapter of the International Reading Association.
Rotary members in attendance were Erleen Beckley, Judy and Phil Backlund, Joanna Markell, Jack Carpenter and Sheriff Gene Dana, who is a member of the Noon Rotary club. Rotaract members were Shannon Lowry, Lara Abuhudra, Johnny Niguyen and Cassandra Lariza.
The clubs also have been collecting books for Bright Beginnings, Habitat for Humanity and the clean and sober house in Ellensburg.
|New Park Project||Posted by Jerry Findley||
|Donations for Helping Neighbors & Friends||Posted by Jerry Brong||
Rotarians stepping forward to help neighbors in a time of need os a common practice. The Ellensburg Morning Rotary Club has taken step one in a donation to vistims of the Taylor Bridge fire.
|Come one, come all! EMRC Fireside||Posted by Jerry Findley||
Come one, come all!
Tuesday, May 22nd at 6 PM
Looking forward to see you all for our club's upcoming Fireside social. It will be Tuesday, May 22nd and be at the home of John and Claudia Haddon. The festivities will start at 6pm and should wrap up by 8pm.
This will be an appetizer/dessert affair. If you would like to bring a snack or drink to share that would be great. Your presences is more important that food/drink though:)
The Haddon address is...2501 N Delphine Ellensburg Wa. I have also attached a map if needed.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Hope to see you on the 22nd!
|Rotaract Presentation this week.||Posted by Jerry Findley||
This weeks program will be:
Lana, Tara & Friends
Rotoract - What's Happening & How to Use Social Media to Get the Word Out
|From Phil and Judy in Sudan.||Posted by Jerry Findley||
A response from Judy to let me know she will not be attending the Board meeting and up date on the trip.
Bob, as you know we are in S. Sudan so can't make it. But, we are attending a Rotary meeting, Rotary Club of Juba, tonight. They are the group that helped us last year so we are looking forward to seeing them. The turnover here is so great that we are not sure how many folks will still be around. All is well here, but very hot. Temps have been in the l00's with 80-90% humidity. Yuk! We are still in Juba so have internet and AC part of the time. Tomorrow we leave for Akon, where there is none of that fancy stuff, so it should be even more of an adventure. We are going to the orphanage today to give them the pillow case dresses, shirts, scarves, books and scholarships that our Club and the student IRA group from CWU + Rotaract students have put together. We will take lots of pictures. If your meeting is short on Thursday feel free to share our little update.
|Thank You From Dinner and a Movie!||Posted by Jerry Findley||
The Ellensburg Morning Rotary Club would like to THANK EVERYONE who participated in Dinner and a Movie! It was a tremendous success!
We would also Thank everyone who made that possible from the organizers, donors, bar tenders, food bringers, etc, etc, etc. Without your dedicated service to Ellensburg Morning Rotary, this event would not be possible!
You are ALL SUPER STARS!
|Geology of Washington class FREE||Posted by Jerry Findley||
Nick Zentner is offering a Geology of Washington class again this winter - and you're invited to attend. For free. People of all ages and backgrounds are welcome. GEOL 103 (Geology of Washington) will be taught 10:00 - 10:50 am during the Winter Quarter. That's January 4 - March 9, 2012. Four lectures per week (Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays). New room: CWU's Lind Hall room 215. CWU students will be taking the course for credit - and there is plenty of room for you.
Free parking at the Alberston's lot on Univeristy Way OR just north
|New Sgnt @ Arms and Greeter/Ticket Taker Info||Posted by Jerry Findley||
ATTENTION: There is new Sgnt @ Arms and Greeter/Ticket Taker list posted above in the "Committee Info" Section. Please check it out above!