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Experience Music Project
New Member Application Approved: Donn Roberts
Choices Gets Backing From BBRC
Nominees Named For Raffle Push
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Experience Music Project Becomes Reality
Patti Payne, Community Outreach Director, Experience Music Project
Smitten by a bout of laryngitis in early May, Patti Payne kept good on her promise to visit the BBRC and tell the story of Paul Allen’s Experience Music Project [EMP]. Patti holds down the job of
Community Outreach Director for EMP, which officially opens on Friday June 23, 2000.
“EMP is getting great
publicity the world over,” said Patti. “There are indications that people will attend from all around the globe.” Patti explained that the EMP, a museum of 140,000 square feet, is a “miracle of a building, costing
$100 million dollars. It’s all about creativity and nothing else. Paul Allen has taken his passion for music and technology and combined the two into this great endeavor … the Experience Music Project.” More
District Conference Yields Awards
Self portrait of John DeWater awarding Best Website citation to John Mix.
Three of the members of the Award-Winning BBRC Website Committee (L-R) Mark Hough, John Mix, Steve
The Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club walked away with two special awards for excellence during the past year. District Governor Duane Ruud presented President John DeWater with the Rotary International
Presidential Citation for completing 100% of the requirements set by the RI President Carlo Ravizza. The Club also earned a District Award for Best Website in District 5030.
Representatives of Golf Outing foursomes competed early Friday morning, vying for a complimentary round of golf at Glendale Country Club. The trick was to drive the ball off the tee the farthest, using unconventional
weapons. The golfers had the choice of hitting the ball from the opposite side; hitting from their normal side-but blindfolded; using a hockey stick, or a club with a tennis racquet attached. More
FRIDAY, JUNE 23
General Petroleum Museum, Seattle
Reception 6:00 p.m.
Dinner 7:00 p.m.
Program & Entertainment
$30.00 per person
Dress is casual
Jan and Richard Nestler proudly report the arrival of Mason Finn Kennedy, their
first grandson. News travels slowly, as Mason arrived on September 7, 1999. He graduates magma cum lava from Harvard next year. Congratulations, Nestlers!
Wendi Olds traded in
her name Saturday during her wedding ceremony. Wendi is now Mrs. Chad Fischer. The happy couple is enjoying a two-week honeymoon in Hawaii. Wendi has been a very active member since joining the BBRC in
early April. Congratulations, Wendi and Chad!
Take your pick:
Jimmy Hendrix said, “I’ll probably get busted at my own funeral.”
“The only thing that bugs me is critics. It’s like shooting at a flying saucer as it tries to land, without giving the occupants a chance to
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