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Mill Creek

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Mill Creek Country Club
15500 Country Club Dr
Mill Creek, WA  98012
United States
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The Arc of Snohomish County

Jamie Coonts, Program Director for The Arc Snohomish County was our Wednesday speaker.  The Arc of Snohomish County is an information and resource hub for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.  Jamie talked about the mission of The Arc and the peer support and social networks it has available for families, parents, caregivers and children.  

2016-17 Club Recognition

Also at Wednesday's meeting, District Governor Alex Hopkins joined us to present the club with four awards for our 2016-17 participation and level of giving to The Rotary Foundation and to PolioPlus!  Accepting the awards was our 2016-17 president, Mike Mallahan, and current president Kyla McNulty.  Congratulations to everyone in our club for the great support to The Rotary Foundation!


Nov 29 New Member Inductions - Welcome to Rotary!


Selena Fitch with Soleil by Design, interior decorations.


Conor O'Regan with 1st Security Bank.


Student of the Month

At this Wednesday's meeting, we recognized three incredible students.  Read on and I am sure you will agree!

Hailey Stapp

The theme for our Student of the Month for November is "Overcoming Adversity."  Our Student of the Month from Henry M. Jackson High School is Hailey Stapp. Hailey is a senior who has truly demonstrated the characteristic of resiliency.  Two years ago during her sophomore year, her mother died from health complications.  Hailey found herself initially spiraling into loneliness and depression, but through the support and encouragement of two teachers, she was able to not only catch back up in school, but excel in even more challenging classes.  She used the energy of her feelings as fuel to change her life in a productive way.  She started working two jobs and volunteering at SeaFair where she received an award for her above-and-beyond innovative efforts that improved guest experiences.  Hailey's ability to overcome adversity has been an inspiration to those who have had the privilege to know her.  Hailey plans to attend Western Washington University in the fall to study biology or environmental science. Congratulations Hailey!

Megan Birch

 From  Archbishop Murphy High School, Megan Birch is our October Student of the Month for "Community Outreach."  She has had the opportunity to travel to Haiti on five different occasions to help rebuild communities after the earthquakes in 2010.  Megan is a member on the Be Like Brit Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to a young woman who lost her life in the 2010 Haiti Earthquake.  Megan has helped build an orphanage, homes for local families and coordinate fundraising events. Melissa Provost, the Program Director for the Be Like Brit Foundation, Inc. described Megan as, “…genuine, kind and caring, and is willing to help anyone she comes across. ..." Megan is currently applying to colleges and plans to go to the Boston area to study nursing.    Congratulations Megan!

Lillian Budinick

From  Archbishop Murphy High School, Lillian "Lilli" Budinick, is our November Student of the Month for "Overcoming Adversity."  A year ago, the Seattle Times wrote an article titled “Despite Hardships, Lilli Budinick is the heart of the Archbishop Volleyball program.” Lilli was born without a heartbeat. After 11 minutes of CPR, doctors were unsuccessful in reviving her.  With a sprinkle of holy water and many many prayers, the miracle happened - Lilli's heartbeat was found.  Doctor’s said that she may never walk, talk, see or hear.  Once again she proved them wrong.  Through years of therapy and perseverance, today Lilli is a vibrant young woman who is full of life, laughter and hope. She embraces every day: playing volleyball for three years on the high school girls team, performing her community service hours with a loving, giving heart; and has truly become that miracle who always faces her daily challenges with a smile.  Lilli intends to attend a four year college and pursue a degree in business. 
Footnote: Lilli was asked by one of our members what advice she would have for anyone facing difficult challenges.  Lilli's words were simple, but impactful..."don't give up"!  Thanks and congratulations for being our Archbishop Murphy November Student of the Month! 

Check Presentation

At Wednesday's meeting, Nicole Otness, chair of our New Generations committee, presenting a check for $1,000 for the Music4LIfe program to Pam LeSesne and Dr.Gary Cohn. Pam is a board member of the Everett School District and Gary is Everett School District's Superintendent.  Both Pam and Gary are passionate about the Music4Life program which provides new and refurbished musical instruments to students in need in our schools. Dr. Cohn was also are speaker at the meeting and provided an update on the school district. 
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Dr. Jennifer Hoock & Jeff Brennan
Dec 20, 2017
Global Grant 1757578
Global Grant 1757578


Join us as Dr. Jennifer Hoock of Guatemala Village Health and Jeff Brennan talk about global grant GG1757578 (Water and Sanitation Project in Izabal Department, Guatemala).  This project has been almost two years in the planning and brings purifiers and over 200 toilets to four villages in Guatemala.  You'll learn about the project, its goals, and our partners.  

Our Rotary classification speaker for this meeting is Amanda Winn.

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