Rotary Club of Arlington
We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
GlenEagle Family Restaurant
7619 W Country Club DrArlington, WA 98223United States
WIN THIS BOAT!!!!! Arlington Hardware & Lumber in cooperation wit Master Marine of Mt. Vernon is offering a "Fishing Package" with all of the raffle proceeds going to the Food Bank. It includes: a 12 ft. Lund boat, a 4 h.p. Suzuki 4 stroke motor, an EZ Load trailer, 2 fishing rods & reels, 2 life jackets, a fishing box, a net and even a dozen night crawlers!!!! Tickets are $5.00 or 5 for $20.00. The drawing is set for Saturday June 8th! Just in time to catch a BIG ONE!
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Herald - May 6, 2013
Sponsors dash to Arlington Duck Dash
North County Outlook - April 30, 2013
2013 Duck Dash shows record-breaking donations
North County Outlook - April 9, 2013
Rotary recognizes students for March
Arlington Times - April 8, 2013
Arlington Rotary names Outstanding Students for March
Arlington Times - April 2, 2013
Rotary offers speech contest
North County Outlook - April 1, 2013
Rotary sponsors ethics speech contest for students
Arlington Times - March 20, 2013
Stilly Duck Dash rings in 25th year
Ryan and Ethan Bartlow on spring break
Sonja - Marysville Club - had a great event and want to thank all for attending
Robin Stacy - selling tickets to Burlington rotary comedy event $10 per ticket, children under 12 free
Kimbra Smoots - Eagle Wings walk/run - please attend. Rotary donated $2000 for the walk/run
Over $50,000 in Duck Dash sponsors
Sponsors due by end of next week
Approved donation for $1,100 to Cub Scouts
Approved donation for Stone Soup event
Bruce's Presentation can be viewed here: click here.
Breanne (Evert MartinBorn Feb 21 1983. Married 2009Picts as she got older. Brother bret, 1st b day, fell on wood stove, high chair.Older fashion queen growing upHigh school prom queen and homecoming princess at Portland state. Brother and sister-in-law live in Yakima – wastewater management. Brother, Ryan, Albany Fire chief with wife.Bret, youngest brother, is an Atlanta Braves scout. His wife, Lisa, works in office admin at high school. Dad, Steve, was minor league baseball player. Mom, Winnie, worked office admin for the Yakima sheriff deputy. Now she is retired and parents live in Olympia. Photo of her boy Jackson and husband’s last quarter at UW Construction Management. He has a Project Engineer Job pending. Married 2009. Husband plays bass and loves Dallas Cowboys. Photos of JacksonNew arrival expected September 2013. Undecided on names. Don’t want to know sex of the baby. Before marriage loved traveling – went to Europe in 2008 with her husband. Breanne likes cooking, camping, etc, but not great at those things. EducationGraduated in 3 yearsTook a couple years off and then went to Seattle University. Breanne had a multitude of extra curricular credentials. Came to Arlington to work with Bailey Duskin and Peiffle. Started with Rotary at 20 going to RYLA sponsored by Oregon club. At Attorney office, they work with people in many different counties and stay on their toes with different AHJ’s.You can view her presentation here: Breanne's Presentation
Madison Stamey is an eighth grader at Lakewood Middle School. She has been an honor roll student in 6th ,7th, and 8th grade. She has won numerous awards at school including the Language Arts award, merit roll award, Cougar Trax All-Star award, Master of Math, Pencil of Power, Pyramid of Success, and the Young Author Award. Madison was nominated for putting in effort to make things right for those around her and for being a class leader. Madison has chosen to give her $50.00 donation to the Arlington Food Bank.
Paul Gamble is a student at Weston High School where he has been a leader and excelled academically. His teachers consistently comment on his positive, polite, friendly behavior as well as his incredible work ethic. He was nominated for being an exceptional student and young man. He is interested in attending Universal Technical Institute after graduation. Paul has chosen to give his $50.00 donation to Sarvey Wildlife Care Center.
April 13 - District Assembly
The Assembly is great training for club leadership as well as an introduction for club members to the larger world of Rotary beyond the club. As an added incentive this year, the District will give a 100% registration refund for any club which sends 5 or more members. So bring as many club members as you can for free! Click here for more information and registration
April 16 - 20 - Meet RI President Sakuji Tanaka
President Sakuji Tanaka is back in town to help the Vancouver Rotary club celebrate its 100th Anniversary. You have four opportunities to take part:
President Tanaka will address the Vancouver Board of Trade on Tuesday, April 16.
Free events for the evening Party on the Plaza on Friday, April 19 including the lighting of the Olympic Torches.
The Saturday Showcase will be at the Convention Centre from noon to 4:00 pm.
The final celebration is the Gala Celebration on Saturday night
April 27 - Rotarians At Work Day
District 5050 joins 42 other Rotary Districts in this event which take place every year on the last Saturday in April. Plan a hands-on community project as a great way to build fellowship, engage members and create publicity for Rotary. CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE ROTARIANS AT WORK WEBSITE.
April 27 - Future Vision Training
The second and final opportunity for your club to learn about the changes to the Rotary Foundation taking effect on July 1 and to enable your club to qualify for Foundation Grants during the next Rotary year. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
April & May - Group Study Exchange (GSE)
The GSE with New Zealand is about to begin. Our own Bill Robson and his team begin their trip on April 3 - you can follow them on their team blog and their Facebook page.
Our GSE visitors from New Zealand arrive April 26. I hope that you will encourage your members to visit one of their host clubs to hear their presentation. The first host is the combined Coquitlam/Coquitlam Sunrise/Port Moody clubs, followed by Chilliwack Mt. Cheam and Langley. Then across the border to Monroe, Stanwood - Camano Island and Skagit Mount Vernon. A fuller itinerary will be published closer to their visit but I encourage you to contact one of your Presidential classmates to take part in this final official GSE.
May 30 to June 2: iRotary District Conference
Only a few registrations remain before we reach full capacity. CLICK HERE for the iRotary District Conference website
President Julie Lienhard and the South Everett Mukilteo Rotary club will host the Peace Train leaving Everett on the evening of Wednesday, May 29 and ending with a party at the Royal Suite in the Vancouver Four Seasons Hotel. PDG Gary Hollick and I will board the train with President Julie in Everett. Join the train en route or meet us at the hotel. For more details CLICK HERE
June 23 to 26 - Rotary International Convention in Lisbon, Portugal
We’ve got about 50 Rotarians from District 5050 going to Lisbon. If you or any of your club members are joining us, we have two District party opportunities. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
I have a request from my classmate, Governor Tom McCaughey, asking Rotarians to help with the development of a program for workplace literacy. Please forward this to your members with a request for businesses to complete a 10 minute survey. The direct link to the survey is here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BCG6DZS
From the City of Arlington