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The Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club has for the last six years organized a project in Antigua, putting computer labs into schools, distributing dictionaries, and teaching sewing.
The All in For Autism 10K 5K run, walk and kids dash is one of the two Bellevue Breakfast Club's major fundraising events of the year. With major corporate sponsors and over 2,000 participants, the event funds programs at Kindering, Seatlle Children's Autism Center and other programs throughout the Eastside and the World.
Rotary First Harvest is a program that was established by District 5030 to collect unwanted crops from farmers throughout the region, and to transport it to the Northwest First Harvest warehouses. The second Saturday of every month BBRC volunteers go to the warehouse in Kent to package up the food ready for Food Banks.
Fun and outdoors at the first annual bicycling to wineries tour by the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club.
The Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club held a successful and fun golf charity event this September at Willows Run Golf Course.
Martin Clavijo / Wendi Fisher / William Spencer
Chris Monger and Family
Chuck and Nancy Kimbrough
Kit and Jan Bowerman
John and Maria Schwager
J. Paul Blake
President Paul started the meeting by introducing Steve Szirmai did the invocation and Girish Bhatia led the club in the pledge and introduced the visiting Rotarians and guests.
Chris LeRoux is in charge of greeters this year. He passed around a schedule before and during the meeting for signups. Hopefully everyone signed up. Remember, we work here. We are not guests.
Adding to the theme of “we work here”, President Paul announced that committee signup sheets were out. I signed up at the end of the meeting and there were not a lot of names. Please get signed up and make this easy.
Chuck Kimbrough introduced Jonas Larsson. Jonas was a Rotary exchange student back in ’88 ’89 and he stayed with the Kimbroughs. He is now an aerospace engineer and he gave a short dissertation on how the exchange program changed his life.
Jeff Cashman and Dick Brown gave out Paul Harris awards to the current group of recipients. Tim Leahy, Paul Osborne, and Fred Janssen all became Paul Harris fellows by donating $1000 and...continue reading
The first question you need to ask yourself when contemplating a safari in Africa is where to go. For most safari-goers it boils down to a question of East vs. Southern Africa.
Southern Africa is host to some of the world’s most unique places, for example, the Skeleton Coast and Namib Desert of Namibia, the Okavango Delta of Botswana, and Victoria Falls of Zambia/Zimbabwe. The gateway to southern Africa and South Africa, should also not be overlooked, particularly the Cape Town region.
Join Erica Varga of Acappella Safaris for an exploration of southern Africa. Key features and areas of South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, and Zambia will be highlighted as well as best ways to combine travel among those countries. We will discuss changes that have transpired in southern Africa in recent years and touch upon conservation and community development efforts as related to the safari industry....continue reading
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