Helping disadvantaged children and their families lead happier, healthier, and more productive lives.

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The BBRC has provided over half a million
dollars of computer equipment to the
schools of Antigua. For the last seven years high
schools students from Bellevue have
traveled to Antigua to install them.

The BBRC awards scholarships to five or six
exceptional local students to attend University
who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford to do so.

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Last year the BBRC sponsored a new
Interact Club at Forest Ridge high School,
which now has over 50 members.
Interact is for young Rotarians who are
in High School

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Every year the BBRC host an adoption party in cooperation
with the DHSS and other adoption agencies.
It is a unique opportunity chance for prospective parents
to meet foster children in an informal setting.
Over 70% of children find their forever families

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Glendale Country Club, 13440 Main St

(425) 298-7719

Come For Breakfast, Change the World

Friday 7:00am, Program 7:30-8:30am

BBRC.NET

Helping disadvantaged children and their families lead happier, healthier, and more productive lives.

The BBRC sponsored $15,000 for
washers and driers at this
Day Center for women and children.
The center offers a refuge and a place
to get help for about 50 women
and their children.

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Eastside Rotaract is jointly supported by
the BBRC and Bellevue Noon Rotary Club.
Rotaract is for young Rotarians between
the ages of 18 and 30.

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Every month the BBRC honors exceptional
students from local high schools who
demonstrate academic excellence
and a passion for service.

The BBRC organizes an international youth exchange
every year, hosting a high school student for a year.

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Glendale Country Club, 13440 Main St

(425) 298-7719

Come For Breakfast, Change the World

Friday 7:00am, Program 7:30-8:30am

BBRC.NET

Helping disadvantaged children and their families lead happier, healthier, and more productive lives.

The Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club has an amazing team of meeting planners that provide top notch weekly speakers to inspire and invigorate club members to getting out and doing good in the community and their lives. Here are a few of the fun meeting moments:

Join Us At A Meeting! Doors open at 7:00am. program runs until 8:30am

Assisting families in need

  • Helping local foster children get adopted
  • Feeding families through Rotary First Harvest
  • Helping with gifts and turkeys at Christmas and Thanksgiving
  • Supporting the local homeless

Developing all children's learning potential

  • Funding and support for Autism programs and work programs
  • Providing scholarships both locally and in Africa
  • Bringing Computers for the World to Antigua

Improving global health and sanitation

  • Eradicating malaria in Zambia and Uganda
  • Providing clean water in Haiti and Colombia

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Community Svc: Service Projects Committee

Hands-on Service Projects - June Events

By Adam Mihlstin

We have two hands-on community service projects lined up for June.  Please note them for your calendar.  We hope to see a healthy turnout from our members in support of the following events:

  • Saturday, June 2nd @ 10am / Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank – approximately 10 – 12 volunteers to do odd jobs (i.e. pack food, sort clothing, etc.) around the IFCB warehouse.  {The Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank is committed to providing quality food, clothing and other items to its customers. They have a special emphasis on healthy foods and work hard to get fresh, local produce into the homes of its customers.}
  • Saturday, June 16th @10am / Tavon Learning Center – approximately 12 – 15 volunteers to do gardening, landscaping and greenhouse work.  Tavon has a beautiful wooded campus that requires maintenance.  {Tavon Learning Center contributes to the vitality of the greater Seattle communities by providing active learning and community programs that empower adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to acquire home and community skills for living better.}

Please follow up with Adam Mihlstin for any questions related to the two events above.

 

Student of the Month

Student of the Month - Casey Kuloloia

By Kaj Pedersen

Larry May awarding Casey Kuloloia his plaque for Student of the Month

Casey Kuloloia is our Student of the Month and Eastside Academy’s Student of the Year.  Casey joined Eastside Academy, after he sustained injuries as a high-level athlete that made it difficult for him to continue in a large school environment.  It was clear that Casey was a leader as soon as he joined the Academy.  Other students quickly looked up to him thanks to his positive attitude and compassion for those around him.  He also has a brilliant sense of humor, which he balances with a sincerity that is beyond his years.  Casey is an industrious individual, both in the school, where he has grown academically, and outside where he holds down jobs to support himself.  Yet, it is Casey’s love for his family (who were with him this morning) that is combined with a tremendous respect for them that stands out to those who know him.  Casey’s plans for the future will be to pursue a career in real estate and music, which we wish him future success in.

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