Director of Community Relations University of Washington
“Built to Win and Built to Last – Washington Husky Football”
Scribe: Steve Roberts Editor: Jim Kindsvater Introduced by: Bob Holert
Damon spent 13 years in the NFL after a successful career at quarterback for the UW. He has two super bowl rings.
Key to the success of the 23-3 UW football program is That Coach Peterson is not just about football. It is
- All about Academics
- All about social life
- All about understanding roles as men
Peterson is also very competitive and has a great leadership style focusing on accountability.
Damon thinks Peterson is the true follow onto Coach Don James, The statue of him was unveiled on Friday.
Damon is very optimistic about the year based on an excellent defense, excellent offense, and an improving special teams game.
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In Support of Rotary's World Polio Day
In 1985, Rotary launched its PolioPlus program, the first initiative to tackle global polio eradication through the mass vaccination of children. Rotary has contributed more than $1.7 billion and countless volunteer hours to immunize more than 2.5 billion children in 122 countries. In addition, Rotary’s advocacy efforts have played a role in decisions by donor governments to contribute more than $7.2 billion to the effort.
To support this effort and the upcoming Rotary EndPolio Day, BBRC held a meeting where we honored the work of Pakistan in its eradication efforts, promoted the B&MG Foundation’s celebration on October 24th and we also learned about polio survivor’s journey dealing with the impact of this virus – we appreciate Paul Jeganathan’s story and learning about Polio Outreach’s work. There is still much to do, even with being close to stopping polio and you can learn more by clicking the yellow button.
Planting Trees at Bellevue Airfield Park
The damp weather did not stop three of our members from showing up this Saturday to plant trees at the Bellevue Airfield Park. We worked with the Bellevue Park and Recreation Service to help reforest a section at the park entrance. Adam Mihlstin, Jason Cherney and Kaj Pedersen shook off the concern for rain and lent their support to the effort. The good news is that the rain stayed away to allow us to get a good couple of hours of digging and planting done.
Many of you know that Ian Riseley, our Rotary International President, has put out a call to action for each Rotarian to plant a tree during his term. The good news is that with 94 trees planted this morning, our small team has planted one tree for every BBRC club member. We are thrilled that we can represent the club’s commitment to this call to action has now been achieved. We have made a contribution to our community and the global community with our tree planting this morning.
Paul Jeganathan, a polio survivor, explains to Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club his story of not only successfully living with the after effects of polio but helping others with Polio Outreach of Washington. Paul is truly an amazing speaker and his story is an inspiration to us all. If you would like more information about Polio Outreach please contact Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org.