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28 April 2018
5 May 2018

District Conference Service Project

by Kaj Pedersen

Ann Norman packing hygiene kits at District 5030 conference

Ann Norman, Caitlin Devaney and Kaj Pedersen joined in with other Rotarians to participate in the District 5030 Conference Service project.  We helped with many other Rotarians to pack hygiene kits for Puerto Rico Hurricane victims and for Sex Trafficked victims in Seattle.  This service project provided

Getting our hands dirty and making things happen!

us with a hands-on experience, while assembling critical hygiene kits with items that had been procured through Interact, Rotaract and Rotary clubs in District 5030, connecting all generations of the Rotary organization.  All items were put into

reusable Rotary drawstrings backpacks, and we also had an opportunity to write a personal note for each kit. Our key goal was to make a positive and personal impact to those in a time of need and to MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

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31 August 2017
24 Sep 2017

The Teen Center of the Boys and Girls Club

by Alexandra Chehab

On Friday August 25th, a small group of BBRC Rotarians: Paul Osborn, Wendi Fischer, Laura Cosacchi and Alex Chehab, set off to tour the Teen Center that is part of the Boys and Girls Club of Bellevue. We were scouting for possible service projects to help Middle-Schoolers in Bellevue.

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The Teen Center is looking for volunteers to help with the following hands-on activities:

  • help feed the teens on Thursdays from 4-8pm
  • provide tutoring/ mentoring after-school.

For more information, please go to: http://www.bgcbellevue.org/a/Programs/Teens and/or contact the Director, Seth Dostart at: sdostart@bgcbellevue.org

 

29 March 2016
19 Apr 2016

Young Leaders Summit at International Conference in Seoul

by Susan Beals

Thank you Bellevue Breakfast Rotarians for allowing us to come and speak to you last month about May’s Young Professional’s Summit at the Rotary International Convention in Seoul. As you may remember from our talk, Rotary received an anonymous $1 million grant 2 years ago to help revolutionize Rotary and focus on engaging and retaining younger members. Previous, smaller summits, and this major international one have focused on bringing together young Rotarian (under 40) and Rotaract (under 30) leaders to help determine the direction of Rotary in the upcoming years.

District Governor Terry has pledged to send 10 young professionals from 5030 to Korea’s event, and we are fundraising to help cover out-of-pocket costs for these young attendees. The International Convention is a fantastic opportunity to hook these young leaders on Rotary; the last Rotaractor the district sent came home to start a new Rotaract Club, host a regional Rotaract Conference, and join the inaugural board of MDIO Big West Rotaract! Check out Terry’s message about young professionals in District 5030 in February’s The Bridge.

You can help fund our trip (we’re getting close to our goal!!) by donating personally at https://www.gofundme.com/5030YLS or have your club donate directly to the district to support our trip.

Thank you so much for your time and enthusiasm,
Devon Hay & Sora Moon

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