This Weeks Rotary Story

Each week we will highlight a Rotary member and tell their story, so you can connect their face to their name and make a connection with them!
This Rotarian joined Rotary after making their first international service trip in 2000. Fueled by this Rotary Service trip they knew that Rotary was something they wanted to do more of — to help people tell their stories, to find the narrative in what Rotary is doing and come back and share it.

During their time as Club President, they learned the importance of taking care of members. Striving to put their full-on energy into Rotary, they become District Governor but had to step away from all endeavors when diagnosed with cancer. Returning to Rotary after almost eight rounds of chemo and 21 rounds of radiation. 

In March of 2020, a Rotary Foundation trustee at the time, this Rotarian was fresh off a monthlong Rotary trip, which started in India for its Rotary centennial, continued to Nepal to visit a project started by a Rotary Peace Fellow, and concluded in New Zealand for the South Pacific presidents-elect training seminar when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the world. 

They watched with pride and amazement as Rotary members quickly applied for disaster response grants from The Rotary Foundation to fund service projects. But they wanted to do more so they pitched the idea of a telethon.
The idea came together over a matter of weeks and more than 65,000 people tuned in to the event which raised more than $525,000 for the Rotary Foundation. 

By now I’m sure you’ve figured out that this Rotarian is one who helps guide us all…

Say Hello to
Jennifer Jones

CLICK HERE to learn more about this year's Rotary International Theme by viewing July's Governor Message.

Rotary Night at
the Ballpark

You must purchase tickets before Wednesday, July 20th to guarantee you're seats will be in the 'Rotary 21' Section!
Join Rotary Club 21 at this year's annual family summer event, July 22nd, as Rotary attends a Spokane Indians baseball game!

Rotarians wishing to attend will need to purchase a ticket by CLICKING HERE - this unique link will allow Rotarians to buy from a particular group of tickets all seated together.

Committees Meeting This Week

Disability Services
International Services
Civic Affairs
Youth Services
Committee meetings can be subject to cancellation. Please contact the committee chairs to confirm the meeting logistics or request a Zoom meeting link.
Join a Committee today
CLICK HERE for a list of committee chairs.

Your Rotary yearly membership dues are requested to be into the Rotary Office by July 1, 2022. Please click the button above to pay your dues or contact the Rotary office for payment arrangements.

Upcoming Programs:

July 21, 2022
Cheryal Stewart, Inland Northwest Chapter of the Associated General Contractors
Planning to attend? CLICK HERE to RSVP FOR THE 7/21 meeting.
To attend via Zoom
CLICK HERE at Noon on Thursday to attend the meeting via Zoom. To phone in call 
+1 253 215 8782
Meeting ID: 842 3937 5370
Passcode: 191121 
July 28, 2022
Mark Michaelis - Philanthropy First, the Story Behind IntelliTect.
Planning to attend? CLICK HERE to RSVP FOR THE 7/28 meeting.
For more information on upcoming programs
CLICK HERE, to notify the Rotary Office about guests.


Seasonal Salad
Sweet and Sour Pork
Vegetable Stir Fry
Planning to attend? CLICK HERE to RSVP FOR THE 7/21 meeting.
If you are gluten-free, vegetarian or vegan and would like to order a substitute meal please contact the Rotary office before 12:00 PM on Tuesday.

Rotary Minute

This week's Rotary Minute featured one of the 7 area's or focus for Rotary International! Click here to learn more!

Jul 19 Rick O'Connor
Jul 22 Randy Fosseen

Host Family Needed!

Rotary Club 21 will be hosting a male exchange student from Germany for the 2022-2023 school year at Ferris High School. A second host family who can host this student from February to June 2023 is needed. The host family must be in the Ferris High School attendance boundary. If you are in the Ferris school attendance boundary area or know someone in that area who may be willing to be a host family, please contact Jim Johnson for further information via email 
or phone (509) 991-6611. 
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