Bellingham Bay Rotary Club
 
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BBRC

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Northwood Hall
3240 Northwest Ave
Bellingham, WA  98225
United States
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Flag Salute & Invocation by Brad Cornwell
 
Visiting Rotarians: Mauri Ingram
 
Guests: Rachel Myers (Whatcom Community Foundation), Chris Vasquez (Boy Scouts), and Dannon’s WHOLE FAMILY!
 
Announcements
 
President Curtis with birthdays and Rotary anniversaries.
 
Next week musical guests the Bellingham High School “Showstoppers”, please bring family and guests (but let Brad or staff at Northwood Hall know so they get a fell for the head count)
 
Business Promo minute: Dr Curtis Smith announced he is retiring from Delta Dental, and Steve Swan with kudos for Whatcom Community Foundation - amplifying philanthropy to help the entire community.
 
BBRC Board meeting will take place THIS Thursday Dec. 14th 4:30pm at Tradewinds board room (2211 Rimland Drive, 4th floor).
 
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