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Vol. 13, No. 38, April 9, 2001

 New Members Proposed

The Board of Directors of the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club has approved two applications for membership.

Scott Hildebrand, proposed classification “Government Affairs-Master Builder’s Association,” is introduced by Will Einstein and Steve Goldfarb. Scott lives in Sammamish and works in Bellevue. He is married to Jennifer, and they have two children, Annika and David. Scott is the King County Director for the Master Builders Association’s government affairs program. He has held this position for one year. His community involvement includes: Treasurer, Eastside Business Alliance; member of Normal Heights Masonic Lodge #632 F&AM, King County Transport Association, Holy Cross Episcopal Church, and Habit to Humanity Liaison. He is also a member of the American Society of Association Executives and enjoys gardening, golf, and history.

Darlene Kiehl, proposed classification “Real Estate-Commercial,” is sponsored by Sharon Edberg and Wayne McCaulley. Darlene lives on Ames Lake Drive in Redmond and is an owner/partner of Kiehl & Associates, a commercial real estate company doing business in Bellevue since 1993. Darlene has two children and was a 5-year Rotary Club member in California, where she served as Sergeant At Arms and International Director. Her professional association memberships include the Washington Association of Realtors/CBBA, Eastside Runners, and the Sierra Club. Darlene is a member of the Washington Cathedral Choir and Outreach ministry, and she enjoys writing, home improvement, skiing, hiking, and running.

If members have comments or questions regarding these two applications, email Bob McNulty, or phone him at (425) 885-3517, prior to noon on Thursday, April 12.


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