Bellingham Bay Rotary Club
 
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BBRC

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:30 PM
Zoom
virtual meetings (for now)
Bellingham, WA 98225
United States of America
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Flag Salute & Invocation by Tim Krell
 
Guests: None
 
Visting Rotarians:  None
 
Announcements by Mike Bates
 
We will conduct a zoom meeting like this every two weeks: June 2, June 16, and June 30.  The next meeting on June 2 will feature our Squalicum HS scholarship recipients and new member talks.
 
Northwood Hall is now closed and will not be hosting Rotary groups going forward. We are looking strongly at the Holiday Inn (Airport) as a future meeting venue. The big club (Monday) is also considering the Holiday Inn. 
 
The traditional “Changing of the Guards” celebration is being deferred; more information to follow when available. 
 
Business Bucket by Bill Gorman
Bill is proud to announce that he has purchased and installed a Shimpo brand pottery wheel for his home, and planning to hone his skills as a ceramics artist!
 
The club has  resume Tuesday lunch meetings via zoom, on a bi-weekly bases through the end of the Rotary year. Watch your emails for the zoom meeting invites.
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Speakers
Flo Simon
Jul 14, 2020
BPD
Mary Bissell, Executive Producer
Jul 28, 2020
Surviving R. Kelly Series
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