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Thanked Dave Debois for the great hockey night event
Wanted everyone to get the word out about Rotary
Talked about his 1988 trip to Africa and how beautiful the women were but the point of this part was that Rotary had just joined the fight against Polio and now look where we are.
The meeting was called to order by President John Pruitt at 6:30 PM
Bob Webb led us in the Pledge of Allegiance
Rich Bergdahl gave an inspiring account of how a Rotarian in Sacramento California where Rich worked as a waiter for five years while on a break from college influenced his life. The Rotarian he met encouraged him to finish college and go to law school after he discovered Rich liked to read. The gentleman offered to pay all of Rich’s college and law school expenses and while tempting, Rich went ahead on his own with the continual encouragement of this older Rotarian friend.. Rich’s parting comment was that you as club members are PR men and women for this club every day.
President John thanked Rich Bergdahl for being the greeter and yours truly for acting as scribe.
Our guests included spouses of Ben Premack , Dan Bartel, Bill Taylor, Jim Going, John Pruitt, Jim Feek (Kathy recently ending a year as Chamber of Commerce President),Rick Ostrander, Dave Aubry,, Rick Walter, Mike Hunter, Steve Shinstrom and their son Alex (soon to be leaving home); and Jason Overleese’s spouse and two kids. Tim Platt, Librarian and Jeff Degallier, Principal for John Muir Elementary; Kirk Rogers and spouse; Nancy Bennett Evans, Rotarian from the International district Rotary in Seattle, classification as architect; soon to be re-united as members Megan Nakananishi and Patti Sims; Kyle and Becky (last name not heard); and last but not least Denny Delling from King County Metro.