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Interviewers Needed for Rotary Youth Exchange Candidates
District interviews for Rotary Youth Exchange candidates are scheduled for Saturday, January 5th and we need your help interviewing candidates.
This is a wonderful opportunity to spend some time getting to know the talented students who have applied for the short and long-term Rotary Youth Exchange programs. I’ve been participating in the district interviews for five years and it truly is an enriching and eye-opening experience.
The BBRC has an outstanding candidate for the short-term program, Grace Newell. She is bright, dedicated and is looking forward to experiencing a new culture. She is also Dennis Newell’s granddaughter.
Please let me know if you are interested in interviewing students. Details are below:
Date: January 5, 2019 Place: International Community School, 11133 NE 65th St, Kirkland Time: 8:30am – noon
Thank you, Colleen 425-306-7391 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dine Around - February 9-10th, 2019
The annual BBRC Dine Around is coming up! This is an opportunity to gather in small group setting and enjoy a scrumptious dinner in a Rotarian home.
Sign up by clicking on the yellow button at the top of the form. Get on the list before February 2. Please note if you will be attending with a spouse/guest, check if you’d like to attend on Saturday, February 9th or Sunday, February 10th. We have many wonderful hosts so come for the fun!
February 3, the hosts will be notified who will be coming to their house as guests. The host will then contact their guests and let them know what they can bring to contribute to the dinner; appetizers, desserts, salads, beverages, etc. Contact Robin Callan or Ann Norman if you have any questions.
BBRC Shows Up Strong at December RFH
Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club members and their guests outdid themselves at Rotary First Harvest – a program of Rotary District 5030 this morning. We had over 30 people working on oats and beans. Thank you to John Smolke and his team at Peterson Sullivan, the Forest Ridge Interact Club, Kaj & Clare Pedersen, Adam Mihlstin, Howard Johnson, Colin Radford, Andrew Face and his daughter Quincy, Eli Enger and his fiancée, Brittany Powell and Colleen Turner.
The strong turnout helped Rotary First Harvest to pack 3,500 pounds of oats which equals 2,692 meals and 7,500 pounds of beans which equals 5,770 meals for our community.
Our Annual Holiday Breakfast is just around the corner!!