Update with respect to the progress we are making our “Back to Basics” Strategy (also known as the M³ Vision). Our goal is to reach a level of sustainability in our club by refocusing on our Mission, growing our Membership and securing the Money that will help support our work in the community and beyond.
Colleen Turner and the Pedersen clan were able to visit Elk Run Farm this past Saturday and get a first-hand look at a remarkable example of Rotary action right here in our area. Elk Run Farm, built on a former golf course, now grows and distributes vegetables for distribution to hungry families and individuals through the 12 members of the South King County Food Coalition.
Name: Paul Cunnington Description: Unintentional Economist & Digital Consultant What I have to offer fellow Rotarians and friends: I help grow companies! If a company needs assistance in growing their ecommerce market share or increasing their product revenue I optimize […]
Welcome to the BBRC (Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club) Vocational Minute (This will be read during a meeting, then posted in our Club’s Vocational Database) Name: Sheldon Sweeney Description: Financial Advisor for Comprehensive Planning, I went to college at the California […]
Hi All, I send out the requests for proposals last month and they have come back. I need some readers that would be willing to take a look at them with a critical eye and score them with the District […]
Our current exchange student, Ariadna Paraira from Barcelona, is doing very well as a junior at Sammamish High School and will be staying with Steve and Sarah Hayne until the end of December. She will be making a short presentation […]
The first week is in the books and it was successful. On Friday we worked at two schools to create Wi-Fi networks. Rod took one group to the “easy” school, easy because all the buildings are connected by a covered […]
It’s February 4 and we arrive in Antigua in 10 days. 14 students and 8 adults will install 300 computer systems, setup wifi networks at multiple schools, start a new sewing center and furnish a library. The big change is […]
Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club is featured on the Rotary International Facebook Page with a video from our 2013 Family Fest/Adoption Party. The post is getting some nice comments/likes and shares. Here’s the link: https://www.facebook.com/rotary/posts/10152831463044552
Special Guest Speaker Cordell Josiah of the Rotary Club of Antigua spoke about the cooperation between our club and those in Antigua in delivering computers, dictionaries and sewing machines. To date, our club has been responsible for 1000 computers, 8000 dictionaries, 46 computer labs and four industrial sewing machines, which have been used to better the lives of Antiguan women.