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President Bucky Tart
President Elect Cindy Huleatt
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Director Membership Duane Rhodes
Director Public Relations AJ Chase
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Posted by AJ Chase on Apr 07, 2014

A message to all District 5050 Rotarians from District Governor Elect, Lyle Ryan-

I want to thank all of you that have inquired about Rotarian support for the victims of the horrific landslide in Oso.  Thanks to our Sedro-Woolley Club we are ready to move ahead in an organized manner to accept your monetary donations.

As Rotarians as a group, we are drawn to help communities and people in need.  As the Oso landslide unfolded this past month I knew in my heart and mind that you all would want to be there with your helping hands and support. In addition to being your District Governor Elect, I am also a member of the Rotary Club of Everett and personally know people who have been impacted by this disaster.

District Governor Denis Boyd and I suggest that individual Rotarians and clubs that wish to make a monetary donation provide their funds to the Rotary Club of Sedro Woolley – Foundation.  The dollars will be accumulated in this foundation and will be distributed by a committee made up of representatives from the Sedro Woolley and Arlington Rotary Clubs as well as District representation.  The pooling of our funds in this way will allow us to direct our collective power as Rotarians to assist in the recovery and rebuilding of their lives and community.

Please see the delivery instruction below:

                Please make checks payable to:  Sedro-Woolley Rotary Foundation  -  Oso Fund

                Mail your checks to:  P.O. Box 726 – Sedro-Woolley, Washington  98284

 Receipts will be remitted to individuals for tax purposes.

Your commitment to the communities that we serve is truly appreciated!

Lyle E. Ryan

 

D.G.E. – District 5050

Posted by Dave Duskin

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Posted by AJ Chase on Apr 03, 2014

Posted by AJ Chase on Apr 03, 2014

Save the Date:

Transforming Hurt to Hope Luncheon

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Edward Hansen Conference Center

Comcast Arena - 200 Hewitt Avenue, Everett, WA 98201

10:30 am VIP Reception

11:30 am Check-in

Noon - 1:30 pm Lunch and Program

No charge - table seats 10

To be a table captain, sponsor, or for more information, contact Kristine or Vicki at 425-388-7497 or kpetereit@snoco.org

Posted by AJ Chase on Apr 10, 2014

Family and friends are welcome
Come join your Rotary friends for a traveling Fireside  
Friday, May 30 7:10 pm - Seattle Mariners vs. Detroit Tigers
We have chartered a bus for a Mariner game so you can sit back and relax while someone else drives us safely through the traffic and parks right across the street from Safeco Field.  
AND. . . IT'S FEDORA HAT GIVE-AWAY NIGHT !!
The first 20,000 fans will head into the summer in style with a one-of-a-kind Mariners fedora hat.
Bring your favorite beverage—(we have a liquor license for the bus).
Snacks or sweets to share.
Our tickets are on the third base side only a few rows from the field so bring your glove.
Great fun with great friends, a free hat and a meeting make-up
Cost is $50.00 per person for ticket and transportation. 
Meet the bus at the Glen Eagle Parking Lot at 4:30 pm.

Sign up today!  Pam will invoice you for your tickets
Sign up now - seating on the bus is limited. If questions, contact Linda Byrnes.

 
Posted by Dave Duskin

ImageImageWhile the community brought by food and supplies for the disaster in Oso, the Arlington Community Food Bank was moving into a new building.  Here are some photos:

 

Posted by Paul Ellis on Mar 27, 2014

Arlington food bank is looking for volunteers to help move into the new facility.

Friday starting at 4:30PM setting up shelving ( they also need the use of a flatbed truck or trailer with a ramp Friday night)

Saturday starting at 9:00AM moving and setting up for the Tuesday distribution.

 

The Food Bank is also taking donations of non-perishable food items for the Oso Slide.

Items of need are:

Diapers

Baby formula

Hygiene items

Snack food

Pet food

Posted by AJ Chase on Mar 20, 2014

Posted by AJ Chase on Mar 20, 2014

Posted by AJ Chase on Mar 20, 2014

Posted by AJ Chase on Mar 20, 2014


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Posted by AJ Chase on Mar 13, 2014

 

 


 

Posted by AJ Chase on Mar 13, 2014

Posted by Dave Duskin on Mar 06, 2014

Polio Report: 24 cases since the first of the year—21 in Pakistan and 3 in Afghanistan. Doug showed a great video.
Visitors: Brad Kim and his mother Alisha Kim were Devin’s guests—starting a new Smokey Pt. Business.
Announcements:
• President Bucky’s Virginia basketball team beat Jon’s Clemson Tigers for ACC championship.
• Devin recruited a student to go to RYLA as reported earlier
• It’s literacy month and Phil will tell us more next week
• Bob Weller’s burial at our local cemetery will be March 19 at 10 AM with fire department, military and Knights of Columbus taking a role. There will be a reception at GlenEagle after the burial.
• Board meeting next Wednesday, 5:30 PM, at the fire station.
• Bucky is going to AZ and Jeff will preside at next week’s meeting with Duck Dash sponsors kickoff.
• Scroll down to the bottom of this website and check out all the upcoming events.
Happy Buck Highlights: Robin won the pot…Casey was fixed by Devin….Brad jumped out of an airplane that wasn’t sitting on the ground…Eric doesn’t live in a flood zone…Ron acquired a new business…Dale going to AZ again to celebrate John D and Gene C’s birthdays…Gene having success inducting new members in Marysville Sunrise Club…Mike Z. new non-profit with a 7500 sq ‘ warehouse that recycles mattresses and box springs…Carla got Paul’s help tracking down responsibility for construction causing damage to the club….Phil sold his business…John P. has 8 wedding rings so when he loses one he has plenty of spares
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PROGRAM- RELAY FOR LIFE BY JENNIFER HOLOCKER AND MARGARET HEDLUND
Jennifer gave us the history of the American Cancer Society that is now 100 years old. She is the ACS’s coordinator for all the relays in Skagit County, Stanwood, and Arlington. Arlington’s initial year set a record of raising $234,000 as a rookie relay. Since its start Arlington has raised over $1 million! Here are some 2013 advances:

 

Posted by Dave Duskin on Mar 06, 2014

Polio Report: 24 cases since the first of the year—21 in Pakistan and 3 in Afghanistan. Doug showed a great video.
Visitors: Brad Kim and his mother Alisha Kim were Devin’s guests—starting a new Smokey Pt. Business.
Announcements:
• President Bucky’s Virginia basketball team beat Jon’s Clemson Tigers for ACC championship.
• Devin recruited a student to go to RYLA as reported earlier
• It’s literacy month and Phil will tell us more next week
• Bob Weller’s burial at our local cemetery will be March 19 at 10 AM with fire department, military and Knights of Columbus taking a role. There will be a reception at GlenEagle after the burial.
• Board meeting next Wednesday, 5:30 PM, at the fire station.
• Bucky is going to AZ and Jeff will preside at next week’s meeting with Duck Dash sponsors kickoff.
• Scroll down to the bottom of this website and check out all the upcoming events.
Happy Buck Highlights: Robin won the pot…Casey was fixed by Devin….Brad jumped out of an airplane that wasn’t sitting on the ground…Eric doesn’t live in a flood zone…Ron acquired a new business…Dale going to AZ again to celebrate John D and Gene C’s birthdays…Gene having success inducting new members in Marysville Sunrise Club…Mike Z. new non-profit with a 7500 sq ‘ warehouse that recycles mattresses and box springs…Carla got Paul’s help tracking down responsibility for construction causing damage to the club….Phil sold his business…John P. has 8 wedding rings so when he loses one he has plenty of spares
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PROGRAM- RELAY FOR LIFE BY JENNIFER HOLOCKER AND MARGARET HEDLUND
Jennifer gave us the history of the American Cancer Society that is now 100 years old. She is the ACS’s coordinator for all the relays in Skagit County, Stanwood, and Arlington. Arlington’s initial year set a record of raising $234,000 as a rookie relay. Since its start Arlington has raised over $1 million! Here are some 2013 advances:

 

Posted by AJ Chase on Mar 04, 2014

Congratulations to Devin and Chelsea Brossard who welcomed beautiful Penny May to the world on February 24!



Posted by AJ Chase on Feb 20, 2014


Brantly Stupey – Arlington (Post MS)       Paying it Forward to Lifeway Foursquare Church of Arlington

It is my honor to write this letter of accolade for Brantly Stupey. Brantly is, by far, one of the most outstanding students to pass through Post Middle School. Along with maintaining a grade point average of over 3.85 throughout his middle school career, he is currently taking Geometry at Arlington High School. He is a focused young man who has set high goals for himself academically and does what it takes to reach them.

 

Brantly currently serves as our Student Body President. He has been active in leadership at Post Middle School since 6th grade, being elected a class Senator. In seventh grade he was the first officer to become a part of our morning announcement team, a position usually reserved for 8th graders. He was also the student in charge of updating the reader board. Now, in 8th grade Brantly’s leadership is what sets the climate for our Post student community. He leads by example and is the first person students will go to if they need help in any way. Several times this year students of all ages and social groups have asked him to help them solve a problem or go to adults for guidance.

 

Brantly is an accomplished communicator and is well beyond his years in maturity and vision. Post Middle School has become a better place having Brantly be a part of it. I am happy to recommend him as the Rotary Student of the Month.

Shelby Edwards – Arlington (Weston HS)         Paying it Forward to             N.O.A.H.                      

Shelby possesses the traits of a model student. She is on time for classes, always prepared, whether it be having her homework completed or pencil and paper out. She works well with others and follows instruction. If she needs help, she is not afraid to ask. She cares about her work and her grades.  Although it is a contributing attribute, being a model student is not what makes Shelby stand out. It is her intrinsic character traits that make her who she is. Shelby is the student in a room full of students that naturally catches your eye. She has this air of confidence and an optimistic attitude that literally fills the room. One looks at her and knows this is a student who will be successful. More than that, she is a value added individual. Those around her benefit from her positive attitude and find themselves elevating their own efforts-stepping up their game, so to speak. In addition, Shelby has never met a person she does not like. She is friends with everyone.  Shelby is the student chosen repeatedly to work with new or struggling students. She has a natural knack of making everyone feel safe in their confidences and or struggles.  She is a natural leader. 

 

Baleigh Rumsey – Darrington (Darrington HS) Paying it Forward to Darrington Community Center 

She is a student-athlete and a junior at Darrington High School. She has letters in three varsity sports: volleyball, softball, and basketball. She participates in many school activities and clubs, such as FBLA, Art Club, and Honor Society. She has a 3.5 gpa. She loves helping her community and has over 50 community service hours, mostly from volunteering at memorial/funeral dinners and cleaning the Darrington Community Center gym. Baleigh is her class secretary and leads her class with her never-ending school spirit and participation in athletics. 

Posted by AJ Chase on Feb 24, 2014


Bryce, Linda and Cindy presenting Haller Park Playground plans to the City Council on February 24.

Check out the plans HERE!

Posted by Breanne Martin on Feb 27, 2014

View her presentation here!

Born in Romania – came to U.S. at 6 in 1983

Five siblings, I’m a lefty, no middle name, didn’t attend kindergarten, my grandfather was born in Transylvania, I say “dude” a lot

First moved to Ontario, CA, went to school in Compton, lived with family (18 people in 1,500 square foot house)

Graduated in 1995 and went to Cal Sate Fullerton, moved to Bothell in 1997

Married in 1999, Noah born in 2003, 2004 moved to Arlington, 2005 Andrew was born, 2006 became an employee of Whidbey Island Bank, now I am a commercial lender

I am involved in Relay for Life, Susan Komen race, Chamber, Rotary, and Big Climb in Seattle

Google “colton’s army” to find out more about donating for the Big Climb on behalf of a family member
Posted by AJ Chase on Jan 23, 2014

Please see Mayor Tolbert's presentation here!

Also, here is a FAQ on the upcoming levy lid lift: CLICK FOR PDF.

 

Posted by AJ Chase on Mar 13, 2014

Check out Sarah's presentation here!

Hello Rotarians,

Thanks for welcoming me and Jean Randles on behalf of the Arlington Arts Council. 

You asked for me to send the power point. . . You can see it on the city's website at this link.

There is also a map and guide to the art walk there. Also, check out AAC's website!

PS If anyone ever wants a guided tour of our art walk, please let me know and we'll make it happen.

ENJOY the ART!

Sarah Arney 


Posted by AJ Chase on Jan 30, 2014


See Grace's presentation here!

 

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Haller Park Playground Work Day Apr 26, 2014 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
District Conference Fairmont Chateau Hotel - Whistler
May 01, 2014 - May 04, 2014
Duck Dash Sponsor Deadline May 01, 2014 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
Crown Ducks/Distribute Duck Dash Tickets/T-Shirts May 08, 2014 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
Boy Scout Camp Work Day Fire Mountain Camp
May 10, 2014
Board Meeting Station 46 - 137 Macleod
May 14, 2014 05:30 PM - 07:00 PM
Club Assembly May 15, 2014 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
Mariner Fireside-- Fedora Hat Night May 30, 2014
Rotary International Convention Sydney, Australia
Jun 01, 2014 - Jun 04, 2014
Board Meeting Station 46 - 137 Macleod
Jun 11, 2014 05:30 PM - 07:00 PM
Installation Banquet Jun 19, 2014
Relay for Life Arlington High School
Jun 21, 2014 01:00 PM - Jun 22, 2014
Pub Crawl Jun 27, 2014 07:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Great Stilly Duck Dash Haller Park
Jul 04, 2014 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
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May 29, 2014
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Kiwis Friendship Exchange 2013
DG Denis Boyd Visits
Post Pre-Memorial Golf Tourney 2013
Duck Dash - 25th Anniversary
2013 Fire Mountain Camp Work Day
Lighted Parade - Relay for Life - March 2013
Duck Dash 2013 Kickoff!
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Dick Post's 89th Birthday Celebration!
Christmas Baskets 2012
Holiday Party 2012 @ Rhodes River Ranch
Halloween Fireside at Menos 2012
Classification: Bud Compton (Part I) Veteran's Day
Club Visioning 2012
DG Sean Hogan visits
Stilly Sr Ctr breakfast honoring Margaret Larson
Doug's Rotary Moment - TRF Bunnies
Rotary Youth Exchange 2012-13
Post Pre-memorial Golf Tournament 2012
National Night Out 2012
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Fire Mountain BSA camp
The Fourth - Duck Dash 2012
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Class of 2012 Scholarship Winners - $10,000 total
Flag Day 2012 - Hugh Fleet
German GSE 2012
Joan Tilton Classfication Talk May 10, 2012
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Roteract Library - Resita, Romania
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New Member Tina Davis - Union Bank
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Duck Dash - the early days...
Music in the ManCave - PolioPlus 2011
Book Drive - Roteract Resita, Romania
Marysville Rotary's Night at the Oscars auction
Michael Burns - 2010 Census
Rocket Alley Family Event
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June 24, 2010
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40th Anniversary Celebration
April Fools Meeting
Visioning-The Fun is Just Beginning!
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District Governor's Visit
Guaymi Indians of Panama
DUI Taskforce
Stedman Classification Talk - 022411
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Blvd of Trees Project 3-11
Duck Dash 2011
Visioning Recap 2011
Wally's Trip to Panama April 2011 - Guaymi Indians
Lee's Trip to Romanian Orphanage in Resita
17th Annual Boys & Girls Club Auction 2011
Photos Test
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Penny Clark's Classification Talk
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