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Scenes From The Campaign Trail
Political writer Dave Ammons
Dave Ammons, dean of the political writers in Washington State, served up a palette of tidbits about the state’s primary election and
gave some predictions for the November 7 General Election. Introduced by Craig Groshart as the journalist considered “most fair and honest” by scores of politicians, Ammons has covered six governors,
dating back to Dan Evans. He also pens a weekly political column which is seen in the Eastside Journal.
Remarking about his “near late arrival,” Dave said he left Olympia at 6:00 a.m., and arrived at Glendale at 7:45. “Maybe
I will pay more attention to transportation issues after that commute!” More
West Seattle Day At The BBRC
An entourage of 31 West Seattle Rotarians battled the inclination to sleep in and trundled over to the Glendale Country Club for a Friday morning
meeting with the BBRC. This was the opening shot of an exchange, which will have the BBRC sending a delegation to West Seattle Tuesday, Sseptember 26. The Club with the most attendees will
receive a $100 bonus to be put to work for the winning club’s activities. More
Former District Governor and Past President of the BBRC Dick Clarke and his wife Donna were recognized at the Rotary Zone Institute in early
September held in Portland, Oregon. Dick holds a crystal piece honoring their new status as “Major Donors” to the Rotary Foundation. A major donor has contributed $10,000 or more to the Foundation.
Pictured [l-r] are RI President Frank J. Devlyn; Donna Clarke; RI Director Wilfred Wilkinson; Dick
Clarke; Past RI Director “Sonny” Brown; and Past RI President Cliff Dochtermann.
NEW MEMBER PROPOSED
The Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club’s
Board of Directors approved an application for membership from Mary Susan Harrison. Susan, as she’s known, is CEO of Retail Branding International
of Bellevue. Her company helps clients in retail design and developing retail branding strategy. Her sponsor is Phil Salvatori, and she is co-sponsored by Bob McKorkle.
Susan is a member of NAFE, the Chamber of
Commerce, and the National Retail Federation. Her hobby is the study of domestic and international design. She has worked on the Sand Point Homeless Shelter, Children at Risk program. Her assigned classification is
proposed to be “Retail Design.”
For comments or questions regarding this
application, contact Bob McNulty prior to the close of business on Thursday, September 28.
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