Rotary International Foundation

At last week's Rotary meeting Assistant District Governor Maggie Crawford shared all about how your gifts to Rotary International help to make a difference in our community and around the world. If you missed this great program you can view the replay by CLICKING HERE.
Ready to make a difference in the world? CLICK HERE to sign up for Rotary Direct giving!

A.o.K. Award

This nomination comes from Rotarian Molly Pepper - she writes: 
I think every Rotarian appreciates Brian Newberry. And not just because he often brings Girl Scout cookies to our events. But also because of that.

After a bad fall, my mother’s 96-year-old friend was moved to a skilled nursing facility for rehabilitation. It will be a difficult recovery for this wonderful woman. She is a former Girl Scout leader, so I asked Brian if I could have some cookies to take to her. Instead, he put together a care package full of Girl Scout love. In addition to cookies, he gave her Girl Scout merit badges, a personalized Girl Scout ornament, and, most important, a note thanking her for her service to Girl Scouts and encouraging her to get well. The package brought tears to the eyes of everyone present. I believe Brian’s act of kindness will help her recover as she looks at the care package and remembers that she remains a part of the Girl Scout family.
Have you seen an Act of Kindness that deserves to be highlighted? 
Click the button to nominate a Rotarian for the A.o.K award.

Upcoming Events

Rotary Networking Social
February 28, 4:00PM, Rotary Business Networking at Uprise Brewing. CLICK HERE for details. Sponsored by Rotarian Kyle Weir and
RBC Wealth Management
Hot Yoga Engagement Event
Saturday March 2nd @ 1pm
*arrive at 12:30pm to sign waiver and get settled in.

3017 S Grand Blvd. Suite C 
Join Mimi Vimont (Classification Wellness Provider) for a complimentary HOT YOGA class at BEYOUTIFUL HOT YOGA - exclusively for Rotarians (and guests!). This class is open to all Club 21 Rotarians, family members and friends. Limited to 40 participants. 
What to bring: Yoga mat, large towel & water bottle. 15 yoga mats available for use at the studio if you do not have one. 
 RSVP: Kindly RSVP by February 29 to

Upcoming Programs:

February 29, 2024
What does it take for our neighborhoods to thrive?
The multigenerational intersections of housing, employment, childcare, health, and student success with Jene Ray, Northeast Community Center/ The Zone.
Planning to attend the 2/29 meeting?
Chef’s Choice Salad
BBQ Glazed Pork Loin
Whipped Yukon Gold Potatoes
Oven Roasted Vegetables
To attend via Zoom  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
March 7, 2024
Travelling Africa with Mark Michaelis
Planning to attend the 3/7 meeting?
For more information on upcoming programs

Feb 26 Chonchol Gupta
Feb 27 Rick Ellingwood
Feb 28 Rod Bacon
Mar 1 Debbie Rauen

Committees Meeting This Week

Disability Services
RCS/RC21 Board of Directors
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.

Host Family Needed

Rotary is seeking a youth exchange host for the 2024-2025 school year. Hosting occurs mid/late August 2024 - January 2025. A second host family from mid-January to June. If you are interested or know someone who may be interested in hosting, please CLICK HERE to contact Jim Johnson

District News

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