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We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Tuscano's Italian Kitchen
14919 N. Kelsey St
Monroe, WA  98272
United States
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Board meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, 12:00 Noon at Ixtapa.  All are welcome!!!  Please come to share ideas, present proposals, or just to listen to hear what is being planned.
 
 
 
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Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Vice President
Past President
Secretary
Club Treasurer
At Large Director #2
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At Large Director #4
At Large Director #5
Youth Exchange Officer
Foundation President
Foundation Treasurer
Foundation Board Pos# 1
Foundation Board Pos #3
Barn Dance Chair
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Staci Cogar
    January 3
  • Neil Watkins
    January 23
Join Date:
  • Diane Bylund
    January 1, 2003
    14 years
  • Lisa Caldwell
    January 1, 2002
    15 years
  • Sue Skillen
    January 1, 1999
    18 years
  • Patricia Knight
    January 6, 2016
    1 year
  • William Bylund
    January 12, 2016
    1 year
  • Jeff Rasmussen
    January 26, 2015
    2 years
 
 
Serving Monroe, Sultan and the Sky Valley Region
Our regular Wednesday meeting will be held at Collector's Choice, Wednesday January 18th, at Noon.  Our speaker will be Elizabeth Grant, Executive director of the Snohomish Food Bank.
 
 
 
  Thanks for attending our event and supporting the greater Monroe Community.
The money raised at the barn dance each year supports multiple local and international projects. This past year the Rotary Club of Monroe has assisted Take the Next Step, the Women’s Gospel Mission our local food banks in Monroe and Sultan and many other organizations. These programs help low income and homeless families in our community to get the housing and services they need. Without the support of The Rotary Club and other community organizations, these families would not have access to housing, food, counseling and valuable children’s programming. The Rotary Club was able to accomplish a dream come true when they opened Rotary Field in Monroe. This is a fully handicap accessible baseball field which is now home to the Miracle League. This program brings children from communities near and far to make their dream of playing baseball a reality.
 
The money raised at this event will also help organizations such as the Monroe Boys and Girls Club, Monroe YMCA, The Monroe Library and the Monroe Public Schools Foundation. Thank you for your support.
 
Barn Dance FUN!!!
 
 
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Speakers
Sue Skillen
Jan 25, 2017
Monroe Public Schools Foundation
Gary Goldbaum
Feb 01, 2017
Snohomish County Halth District
 
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Monroe Rotary Bulletin
Sep 21, 2016
 

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The Rotary Foundation ranked in list of top charities
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Australian entrepreneur announces $1 million gift to Rotary
On Wednesday, over breakfast with the Rotary Club of Wahroonga, New South Wales, Australian entrepreneur and philanthropist Dick Smith announced a donation of AU$1 million to Rotary (about US$750,000), citing admiration of Rotary members for the time they devote to others. The Rotary Australia Benevolent Society (RABS) will administer the funds. “With 29,500 Rotarians in 1,100 clubs throughout Australia, we have an army of volunteers eager to assist those in need,” says Michael Perkins, RABS chair. “The impact of this donation will be felt throughout all of Australia, from the cities to the...
 
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