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Vol 14, No 33      February 18, 2002

IN THIS ISSUE
Oo La La! Breakfast With Ciscoe!

Friday Potpourri

Powell Gets Badge

Show Time for Endowment

Proud Retreat Tradition Continues

Vocation At Work

Board Actions

New Member Applications Approved: Hayden, Ludwig, Perine, Stansell & Thorsen

Hello From Wally

The Stock Boy and the Check-Out Clerk

Web Fun

NEW! SEARCH THE BBRC WEBSITE!

 


 

THIS WEEKS EDITOR
John Mix

PHOTOGRAPHER
Jim Kindsvater

POINTS OF INTEREST

SHORT VERSION MEMBER DIRECTORY
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EXPENSE-
FUNDING REQUEST FORM
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BBRC COMMITTEE LISTS - Members Only Section

DISTRICT 5030 CLUB MEETING LOCATIONS - Calendar

NEW MEMBER APLICATION FORM
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Ciscoe Morris
Ciscoe Morris

Oo La La! Breakfast With Ciscoe!

Ciscoe Morris, master gardener and TV/radio personality, needed no introduction to most of his audience Friday morning. He recently retired from Seattle U as grounds manager, a post hes held since the late 70s. Now, he is devoting his time to broadcasting and making the occasional visit to Rotary Clubs.

It seems that Mr. Morris and the BBRC have one thing in common:- they like getting up in the morning! He jumped right in, going for the jugular with a pronouncement that I like to work in the garden without using poisons. He opened with a story called If You Have a Deer In Your Yard, Its Like Having a 250-Pound Slug! MORE

Sick List
Former BBRC member Frank Stillo is continuing his treatment for cancer. A call would be welcomed. Catch him at home (425-836-8623) or at work (425-644-8106).

Steve Lingenbrink was bitten with the Dread Mohocus, which started out as the flu and ended up as pneumonia. Get back on your feet, Linge. We need you back at your post!

Evison, SalvatoriBrian Evison (L) and Phil Salvatori sign a card Friday for Dale Hemphill, who is still recovering from the effects of radiation treatments for cancer. Get well, Dale, and return to the fold soon!

Proud Retreat Tradition Continues
One of the most successful activities of the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club is the Annual Club Retreat. Dating back to 1988, the BBRC retreat attracts over 50% of the membership, which makes it truly an exercise in leadership by those attending. MORE

Thought for the Week
A weed is but an unloved flower.

THIS WEEK
The final February program for 2002 features Mitch Friedman of the Northwest Ecosystem Alliance, who will discuss the various agencies who make up the alliance. This is a joint sponsorship of the Ethics Committee and the Preserve Planet Earth Committee. Larry May will introduce Mitch. Guests are welcome for the Glendale Buffet breakfast at 7:00 a.m., followed by the regular weekly meeting at 7:30, and the program at 8:00.

ADMIN CORNER
A reminder for members who receive make-ups from other clubs. All too often, the date of the make-up is not listed on the card, as well as the date you are making up for. Please make sure the secretary of the club you visit fills in the information. If they dont, YOU fill in the missing dates. No dates, no make-ups. Clubmate Rules!

NOTICE: For those of you who have not paid your current dues, please review your billing. Our records show 30 members who have current balances with the quarter nearly two thirds completed. Any questions, please contact John Mix. Thank you.