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Hear it first on Channel 462! Norm Johnson found 20 more votes in his pocket and added it to his total – 2,506 – which puts him
in second place for the individual honors. This gives the Tories a 103-vote lead and brings the the grand total of votes to 103,103. Whadya think about that?
Election Up in the Air
Yes, dear reader, there’s another election going on in this country. Perhaps you Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Clubbers forgot about your own election
being held in conjunction with the Raffle Election 2000 Exercise. As you may remember, Margie Burnett, the Secretary of State, certified the votes as her canvassing board made the count public. At
her press conference, Ms. Burnett – the center of controversy for three weeks – said “Boy, what a close race! The new totals put the final vote count at 103,083. More
Applications are now being accepted for year 2002-2003 ambassadorial and cultural scholarships. Ambassadorial scholarships are for a one-year term and
are for up to $25,000. The cultural scholarships are for a six-month term for up to $19,000.
Rotary District 5030 plans to award three ambassadorial and two cultural scholarships.
Applicants cannot be Rotarians or children or grandchildren of Rotarians. Application deadline is June 1, 2001. For further information or application forms, please contact either Dick Clarke or Kevin Jewell.
Information can also be accessed at the Rotary International website.
Holiday Shopping To Benefit HTC-WWA-OR
Taking one more step in keeping up with the times, Healing The Children-Western Washington & Oregon Chapter [HTC-WWA-OR] has provided a link on their website so you can do your online holiday shopping AND support this worthwhile organization with no additional effort or expenditure of funds on your part! More
program will explore the Trans Lake Washington Project. Jenni Cannon will explain how the project moves forward with identification of options for improving mobility on the
SR 520 corridor. Don’t miss Friday’s meeting, 7:00 a.m., Glendale Country Club.
Giving Tree and you are about to make another Christmas happier for many children and adults. Don’t forget to
bring your gifts to the meeting this Friday, December 1.The Lake Heights YMCA will receive 35 of the gifts, and the remaining 65 will go to patrons of Hopelink.
It’s better to appreciate things you don’t have than to have things you don’t appreciate.