Posted by Tony Freeland on May 29, 2018
Flag Salute and Invocation:  Stan Dyer

Visiting Rotarians:  none

Guests:  none

Announcements by President Curtis Dye
  • 15 Rotarians in Memorial Day Parade
  • Tony Freeland's birthday
  • June 7 - Bellingham Bell's game, email Eddie to attend
  • June 21 - Hotel Bellwether social, Atlantics playing
  • July 10  - Changing of Guard and Crab Feed, Stu Ellison's house
  • Lance Calloway requested leave of absence from club
  • Teri Myers moved to Arlington
  • Shannon Terrell received Paul Harris award
  • Jeff Clement donated a laptop computer to the Club
Business Promo
John Templeton - Windermere agents (140) to perform volunteer work at Blaine's Lions Club Camp

Bucks in the Bay
  • Stan Dyer - donates $100
  • Curtis Dye - worked in garden, son is home
  • Tim Krell - go Knights Hockey
  • Eddie Hansen - trip to Disneyland with family and parents
  • Steve Swan - watched Memorial Day documentary
  • Andy Clay - hopes to retire, husband is 82, 3 students attending Harvard this summer
  • Mark Turner - camped for 3 days
  • Bill Geyer - attended Bay View Cemetery Memorial Day ceremony 
  • John Templeton - camped in Coupeville
Sergeant at Arms by Flo Simon
Fines for Eddie Hansen' tan and riding in police car, Steve White for not recognizing Tresha Dutton at a party.

Annie Howard - Director of Human Resources, Superfeet Worldwide

Annie graduated from Squalicum High School and Cal State with a B.S. in Accounting.  She has been the Director of Human Resources at Superfeet for 6 years.

Superfeet has been in business for 40 years.  It was started in Blaine with a mission to provide affordable  orthonics.  The company is 100% employee owned.  1% of all sales is donated to charities including the Boys and Girls Club and Light House Mission. Superfeet has 95% customer loyalty. They manufacture 5 brands including Brooks. 150 employees worldwide including 80 in Ferndale.

Steve Beringer wins.
Respectfully Submitted,
Tony Freeland