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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Announcements by Mike Bates
 
On  Wednesday March 18th, we will be hosting a “New Members Social Hour” at Keenans with a District 5050 representative (New members are those who became members over the past two years). Invitations were sent to 15 folks; please rsvp ASAP.
 
On Thursday March 19th at 4:30pm: BBRC Board Meeting at RMC Architects office.
 
On Tuesday March 31st, 4:30pm there will be an “Intra Club Social” at the Lynden Inn with the Mt Baker, Semiahmoo and Whatcom North Clubs.
 
 
Upcoming District Conference April 30-May 3 at Harrison Hot Springs https://district5050.org/sitepage/district-conference-1/
 
Rotary Leadership Institute May 7-8 in Mount Vernon https://www.district5050.org/Event/rli-weekend
 
Brewers By The Bay 2020
Saturday June 13th from 6pm-10pm
Market Depot Square 
Members are required to sell/purchase 12-$25 tickets
All member will be asked to join in the fun with the day of event tasks. 
Details see lancercalloway@outlook.com or 360.961.5323
 
Annual “Changing of the Guard” Party
Tuesday, June 30th, 5:00
Bellingham Golf & Country Club
Details to follow...
 
Wine By The Water (a Grape & Gourmet event) 2020
Sunday, October 4th, 2:00-6:00 
Hotel Bellwether
Members are required to sell/purchase 2-$95 tickets
For details see planning committee: Lesa (lesa.ferguson@countryfinancial.com), Tresha (tdutton@whatcom.edu) or Mike (mikebates9@aol.com).
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