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Vol 12, No 50      June 26, 2000

BBRC Experiences A Lost Vuarnets Music Project & Wins!


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BBRC Experiences A Lost Vuarnets Music Project & Wins!

The annual Rotating the Wheels ritual of cheering the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club’s leadership for another banner year went off without a hitch at the General Petroleum Museum on Capitol Hill in Seattle Friday night. Competing with Paul Allen as he opened his EMP at the Seattle Center, Rotarians found the Lost Vuarnets band to their liking and the changing of the guard a necessity. More

Golf Outing Right Around the Corner

GreenMembers are reminded of the Fifth Annual Golf Outing, the lead-off event for the 2000 Raffle experience – Mt. Si Golf Course, 7:00 a.m., Friday, July 7, 2000. The shotgun start for the Scramble is at 8:00 a.m. There will be dozens of items up for bid during the silent auction. Lunch will be at 1:00 p.m., following the tournament.

The Mt. Si golf course has a limited number of golf carts available for use that date, so you may want to call Mt Si directly (Ph 425-888-1541) to reserve a cart.

Remember: There will be no regular meeting that morning at Glendale.

To sign up for the tourney, contact Rick McManus or Tim Moriarty or register online. Registration fee is $135.

Final Meeting For Current Rotary Year

Next week is the closing meeting of the 1999-2000 Rotary Year. Don’t miss John DeWater’s final meeting. Speaker will be State Senator Dan McDonald, with an overview of legislative happenings – 7:00 a.m. at Glendale Country Club.

Thought For The Week
“Maybe it’s just the Space Needle’s pet pot-bellied pig, heavily tattooed.” -Tom Corddry, leader of the team that created Microsoft’s Encarta, quoted in the June 24, 2000, Post-Intelligencer on the occasion of the opening of Experience Music Project.

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