Friday Feb 12, 2016

John Rose

Board member Washington State Chapter, Nature Conservancy

“What it will take to make a healthy forest?: The Nature Conservancy’s vision for the East Cascades”

Introduced by: Bob Holert

The forests of the East Cascades are very sick, and one symptom is that the forest has too many trees. The Nature Conservancy’s recent acquisition of 48,000 acres in Kittitas County creates an opportunity to change the way the forest is managed, but there are significant challenges to overcome. John will share those challenges and possible solutions during his presentation.

 

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New Generations: Interact

New Interact Parternership with Forest Ridge

By Joellen Monson

The New Generations Committee is proud to announce the most recent addition to our club. We have entered into an Interact partnership with Forest Ridge of the Sacred Heart School. Our thanks to Laura Cosacchi for taking on this leadership role for our club. This active group of social minded and committed young women and their school advisor will be visiting our club on Friday, March 4th to share a bit about themselves. Let’s give them a warm BBRC welcome!

Fundraising: Bellevue 10K Run/Walk

Just Monkeying Around

matchesKung Hei Fat Choi!

This Voluntines day, get matching stick hers (and his) by going to the allinforautism.org website and registering.  No, really, this isn’t funny, we need 300 people – sew pleats do it two day.

(this is a free posting by The Guild of Scriveners)

Third Thursday at Azteca

Viva Vivo 53!

Social Event  •   Organized by Club Admin: Fellowship Committee
By Carmela Ramaglia

Third Thimage1ursday is coming up soon!! February 18!

This month we will be meeting at Vivo 53 in Bellevue Square.

We’ll be there about 4:30 to grab tables – join us when you can!

Map Courtesy of Steve Lingenbrink! – Click for Larger Size

DECA

You Are Never Too Old to Have An Opinion!

opinionJudge on March 4th

DECA is still looking for judges for March 4th (a Friday unfortunately).

Mentor A National Competitor

If you can’t make that but would like to improve the chances of local State Winners as they go on to National, then we will be organizing mentoring for a few of the competitors towards the end of March.

If you would like to be involved in this unique way to give back, contact me (Paul Osborn)

RYLA

RYLA Applications needed!

By Madeline Gauthier

Rotary Youth Leadership Award Applications are now sought! We are focusing on 10th and 11th grade students who would like training in leadership. Please contact me for applications. The event is the weekend of March 10-13, 2016. Applications are due by Feb. 12, 2016.