Posted by Mike Hunter on Apr 22, 2019
Rotary Club of Kirkland
Monday, April 22, 2019 Meeting
President Rick Walter called the meeting to order at 6:30 PM.  George Anderson led us in the Pledge. 
Sage Boyd, Student of the Month from Lake Washington High School
Angela and Geoff Lakman, parents of Sage Boyd
Margie Glenn
Sherry Barr(?), friend of Russ & Tricia Stromberg
Paul Harris Presentation
Brandon Honcoop presented Don Dicks with his 8th Paul Harris Fellow, which means Don has given to Rotary International nine times.  Thanks, Don, for your generosity to all the work that Rotary International does around the world.  And it’s nice to have you back from Palm Desert!
  • Rick Walters announced that Harry Cummings, a long-time member of this Club, has passed away.  Harry was remembered for his kindness and skill as an architect.  He will be remembered at the District Conference along with other Rotarians that have passed away this past year.
  • Patty Sims reminded us that Miracle League will begin April 27, rain or shine, at Perrigo Park in Redmond. Volunteers are needed and they should be at the park at 10:00 AM.
  • Amy Mutal told us the Club will be playing golf on Monday, May 20th at Mt. Si Golf course.  Let Amy know if you want to be part of a foursome.  Tee times start at 11:00 AM and dinner & prizes will begin at 4:30 PM.  You’re invited to dinner even if you don’t play the game.
  • Four Rotary Clubs (including our Club) are planning a golf tournament in September so stay tuned for more details (maybe September 20th).
Student of the Month
Sage Boyd gave us an overview of her many activities at Lake Washington High School, including participation in Model United Nations, Key Club, Dance Club (championships were won!), Drill Team (she has sold Duck Adoptions!), and she also works at the Bellevue Club as a hostess.  Sage has been accepted at Loyola Marymount University in LA, plans to major in psychology, and hopes to become a psychiatrist in the future.  She has been impressed with all the things Rotary does in the world and even though we’re a “rowdy” group, she’s proud of all we do for the community.
Happy Dollars
Terri Ebert brought forth a lot of happiness from our members!
Rotary Challenge
Each table was color coded (orange, green, gray & yellow) and President Rick had members answer Rotary related questions and other bits of trivia in order to win a bevy of prizes:  Kirkland Rotary shirts, thumb drives, and “I Love Rotary” pins.  After agonizing over the questions, the scores were tallied and the Green table won!
President Rick adjourned the meeting at 7:30 PM.
Submitted by Mike Hunter, Scribe for the Week