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THIS WEEK’S EDITOR
THIS WEEK’S PHOTOGRAPHER(S)
POINTS OF INTEREST
Forest & Fish – A Remarkable Achievement
Bill Wilkerson, Executive Director, Washington Forest Protection Association
A group of private landowners, in concert with Governor Gary Locke’s statewide Salmon Recovery Plan, worked quietly
for two-and-half years to achieve the first-ever accord to save salmon. Called the Forest & Fish Plan and Iinitiated by Washington’s private forest landowners, the Plan is the result of several years of
collaboration with scientists and policy makers from federal, state, county, and tribal governments. Bill Wilkerson, Executive Director of the Washington Forest Protection
Association, gave the details of the Plan at Friday’s membership meeting. More
New Member Inducted
In ceremonies Friday, Carlene Buty became the newest member of the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club. Carlene, sponsored by Dale Hemphill,
enters the Club with the classification “Hospital-Fundraising.” Steve Goldfarb is her co-sponsor. More
In case you missed it last week …
Board Pix Mix
The Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club Board of Directors has hired John Mix to be Club Administrator. Mix served in a similar position
for four years from 1989 to 1993. More
Rotarians at Work!
World Community Service Committee, chaired by Mike Hyodo, gives a thumbs up on their busy agenda.
This Friday morning, it’s the annual Holiday Breakfast for members and guests. If you
haven’t yet signed up yourself and your guests, please email John Mix or call (360)
863-0861. Father Don Picton, St. Madeleine Sophie Parish, will give the spiritual message, and there will be a visit from Santa Claus bearing gifts for the youngsters. There will
also be a harpist providing holiday music and the wonderful Glendale Country Club breakfast buffet.
Don’t forget that your online holiday shopping can benefit Healing The Children-Western Washington & Oregon
Chapter [HTC-WWA-OR]. Just click on the marketplace link on their
website and do your online shopping. HTC-WWA-OR receives a portion of every sale!
Always do your best. What you plant now, you’ll harvest later.