Posted by G. Stowe Talbot on Jan 08, 2019
Flag Salute & Invocation by Tim Krell
Visiting Rotarians: None
Guests: Molly Visser (member applicant), Susan Rasmussen (Addie's coworker), Sean Chambers (Eric's son)
Flo on Rotario Dinner-Superbowl Sunday:  Our 1st Dinner Rotario of 2019 will be at Sarah Rothenbuhler’s house for Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 2). Limited spots so contact Anna Williams (  or Flo Simon ( ) SOON!! $75/person
Board Meeting this Thursday, 4:30pm at RMC Architects.  
A new member application for Molly Visser has been accepted by the board and membership committee.  Molly works for John L Scott as a real estate agent. Previously she taught science, math and English at the middle school and college levels. Before that, she grew up doing commercial fishing in Bristol Bay on a gillnet fishing boat. She and her husband are raising four teenage boys. Molly’s past volunteer and community work has involved schools and serving on the PTA.  Any comments or concerns can be addressed to President Tresha or the membership committee.
Business Bucket 
Pete Pittmueller thanks to Mimi and others for their generous contributions to NWYS new project “the Ground Floor”
Bucks in the Bay
  • Tresha nice holiday, family came out ;
  • Curtis Dye happy $ for relative house guests, son Jonny on his way to Italy!
  • Chuck Walter sad for Huskies;
  • Andy Clay $100 for missed meetings, torn rotator cuff;
  • Scotty happy bucks, some interesting background and memory on Bob Becker;
  • Mark Turner had a few people over for the holidays, close encounter with a falling tree;
  • Debbie Kiene's son had a harrowing mountain bike accident - MediVac to Harborview - but doing now okay;
  • Addie Brown for a nasty Christmas morning fall broken ankle, she'll be back on two feet by March she hopes!
  • Eddie went to NYC with Rhonda and the kids, and a great ski day yesterday, another check for the Dock Project (need $400K total!) - please consider donating!
  • Michael Tilly for Ohio State!
  • Bill Geyer with info and events for the Docks for Kids project;
  • Stew Ellison birthday bucks for Foundation, trip to MX.
Sergeant at Arms by Inga Drechsel
Fines for world record snowfall trivia. 
Mike introduced Lacey Shoemaker, the Community Preparedness Education coordinator for the NW WA Chapter of America Red Cross (ARC -  Her area covers four counties. The most common events ARC covers are house fires and floods, but also earthquakes, storms, wildfires, landslides, etc.
  • Communication plan;
  • Home evacuation plan;
  • Work together / Map Your Neighborhood app;
  • Building and workplace resources; (
  • Build a kit;
  • Remember your pets;
  • Know where to tune in (tv and radio)
  • We are due for a big earthquake - prepare your home;
To donate blood, go to
Bill Unrein wins the raffle!
Respectfully submitted,
Stowe Talbot