Anchorage International Rotary Club
Join us Friday at noon at Coast International Inn

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Anchorage International

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We meet Fridays at 12:00 PM
Coast International Inn
3450 Aviation Avenue
P.O. Box 100516
Anchorage, AK  99510-0516
United States
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A Day of Thanks with Akila Amala, and others
Will be giving us an update on Winter Orientation, Informing us about her home in Indonesia, and what all she is doing on her Exchange to Alaska.
 
We also have a couple students who received scholarships that would like to meet our club and say Thank you.
 
 
It is also the 60th Birthday of our club - if you would like to share any stories.
 
 

 

 

This year’s auction will include all kinds of goodies for you to indulge yourself or your sweetie AND to support the Rotary Foundation which transforms lives both close to home and around the world! Goodies include…

  • Stuffed animals
  • Chocolates
  • Baskets of delights
  • Wine
  • And lots more!  

The AIRC Foundation Auction is in just a few short weeks and we welcome your donations for AIRC bidding!  If you need a suggestion on what to donate we can always use wine for the wine pull.  Please bring your items to this Friday’s meeting. 

The Pay it Forward baskets were also a big hit, it you want to pick up new wool socks, or scarves, hats, and gloves, personal grooming items, towels, band-aids Coffee, the committee can put together baskets that the many shelters are always grateful to receive.  Gift cards to Grocery Stores, and Bus Passes, and House hold items are Welcome at Clare House and the refugee Assistance programs.  There is a Wish list for multiple charities on cssalaska.org web site under the donate button.

 

Thank you! Celeste

 
 
 
Calling all Rotarians, 
 
What happens 11 days before Valentine's Day?...it's the annual District 5010 Leadership & Training event!  (If you thought "I had better order flowers" that's probably a good answer too!)
 
Mark your calendars for the annual District Training event being held in person and online simultaneously thanks to SCIENCE...actually, its the District's GoToMeeting! So if you aren't able to attend in person - NO PROBLEM - we'll have an online meeting so you can tune in from anywhere (slippers and fuzzy PJs not provided). We recommend if you are attending remotely to group up with others in your area - that way when we go to breakout, you can too!
Here's the 411 you need now:
 
Who: ANY District 5010 Rotarian & Rotaractor! Along with Assistant Governors, District Committee Chairs & Rotary Alumni.
What: District Leadership Team Training
When: February 3rd, 2018  8:30am - 5:00pm
Where: The Chariot Group, 3120 Denali Street #1, Anchorage AK 99503 (Physically) & D5010 GoToMeeting (Online - details forth coming via email as we get closer)
Cost: In person registration $25.00 to cover lunch and supplies (It's a GOOD lunch, catered by Diane's Wild Fork Catering)
After Party: 6:00pm--? THE Abandoned Warehouse in Ship Creek with DJ Sparkles and the Glowworm Bunch.  Just seeing who really reads their email ;-)
 
 
 
TBA - Jan 28-Feb3 - Parent University North Star Elementary - If you want to participate handing out home computer systems to Families of North Star Students - Contact Tim Trueblood.  e-mail TTrueblood@alaska.net
 
Feb 3:  District 5010 Leadership Training - See bulletin for details - you can "go to meeting online"
 
Feb 9:  FOUNDATION AUCTION - 11:30 - 1 Coast International Inn - Super fun - bring lots of guests.  Wonderful selection of live and silent auction items.
 
Feb 13 - Board of Directors Meeting - Wells Fargo C and Northern Lights - 2nd Floor Conference Room
 
Feb 16 Clare House Dinner - contact Kevin Fimon if you would like to help out.
 
March 4:  Iditarod Restart Party at the Erickson's on Long Lake - the Best Party of year - Supporting the End Polio Now Campaign - out on the lake cheering on the Iditarod dogs and mushers, lots of great Food and beverages and some of the best company you will ever enjoy.  See you there.
 

TBA  - March 26- April 6  Parent University North Star Elementary - If you want to participate handing out home computer systems to Families of North Star Students - Contact Tim Trueblood.  e-mail TTrueblood@alaska.net

April 1 - International Grant Applications Due for Rotary Year 2019-2020

April 28 - Health Fair at Willow Crest Elementary School - this is always a great event with lots of community participation.  A Great way to have a very noticeable Rotary presence - Will need volunteers for set up the night before - Volunteers during the event - and clean up after the event.  

May 17-20 District 5010 Assembly and District Conference - Seward Alaska
 
May - RYLA will be in Whitehorse this year,  If you know of a potential participant or want to help out  with the interview committee, or be a Chaperone contact Jeff Promish. e-mail: yolew@gci.net
 
TBA - May  Spring Clean up of Wisconsin Blvd between Spenard and Northern Lights Blvd - more details to follow. 


June 23-27 Toronto Canada - Rotary International Conference

TBA June - Changing of the Guard

 

 
 
Speakers
Mike Jipping
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Brewing Soda in Alaska
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Foundation Auction
 
 
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