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1200 Carillon Point
Kirkland, WA  98033
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Spokesman for meeting of July 10, 2017


President Steve called the meeting to order at 6:30 and Bob Webb led the pledge. Steve thanked Tricia Stromberg and DeeDee Rusnak for manning the front desk and yours truly for greeting and scribing.

Russ Stromberg introduced his guest Warren Saul(sp) whom he met while selling Ducks. Warren is a web designer. President Steve introduced FLOKR (First Lady of Kirkland Rotary), Patty.

Steve Acknowledged 4th of July Volunteers of note Rick, Patty and Amy for wearing the Mama Duck costume in 80% weather with David making sure Baby Duck’s head kept moving. Brian Tucker saved the day by making sure that Big Duck stayed inflated.

The Club Picnic is next Monday at the Waverly Beech Shelter. Please sign up if your coming to enjoy the evening and, or if you can help set up or take down.

Duck Dash Sales: Rick was the first to sign up. We are at QFC this Saturday and need sellers from 10-12 & 12-2. Fred Meyer is scheduled for the next weekend. Please put your money in the envelopes when Handing it in.

Pat Swenson told us that there are some great tours of Smith Tower, reminiscent of the past glory days of the former tallest building West of the Mississippi.

Rick lightened the weight of bills in our pockets by calling for Happy Dollars.

The June 23, 2017 Rotary Club of Kirkland meeting  was called to order by a healthy Scott Becker at 6:30pm.  The pledge of allegiance was led by Gail Auslander, our Greeter tonight was Terri Ebert. and John Pruitt served at the Front Desk.

Our Guests tonight were Matt & Terri Clements, Matt an electrical engineer and Terri an in IT Software sales, Scott East from a Bellevue Club was here as well as Doug Seto our Seattle 4 regular guest/assoc.  member.


Ernie Norehad reminded us  what Walter Winchell said that "Peace, a noun meaning a lull between two people cheating and between two countries fighting" or  "I try to be nice to people on the way up and see them on the way down" or something like that.


President Scott Becker called the June 12, 2017 Rotary Club of Kirkland meeting to order at 6:30. Amy Mutal lead us in the Pledge. John Pruitt and Teri Ekert helped with the front desk. Patty Doherty was the greeter.


Guests this evening were Brandon Hencoop’s family, his wife Becca, and two daughters.


Gail Auslander
Jul 24, 2017
Meet the new member
Joel Ryan - executive director of head start
Jul 31, 2017
Head start program and early education
No Meeting - Duck Dash
Aug 14, 2017
Salmon Bake at Auslanders
Aug 21, 2017
Food, Fun & Fellowship
Better Business Bureau
Aug 28, 2017
Scams and identity theft
No Meeting - Labor Day
Sep 04, 2017
District Governor Alex Hopkins
Sep 11, 2017
Update on District
Candidate forum
Sep 18, 2017
Candidate forum
Angelica 'Angel' Pilato, Lt. Col. USAF (Ret.), Ph.
Sep 25, 2017
Angel's Truck Stop: A Woman's Love, Laughter, and Loss during the Vietnam War (A Memoir)
No Meeting - Christmas
Dec 25, 2017
No Meeting - New Years
Jan 01, 2018
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