IN THIS ISSUE:
President Evison returned from down under, suffering the pangs of jet lag. We still couldnt understand him! Introduced to deliver the invocation was Steve Roberts, who also led us with the pledge to the flag.
Tom Miller greeted two visiting Rotarians and supervised the introduction of guests of Rotarians.
President Evison had a special gift for PP Dick Clarke, who subbed for Brian last week. Dick was introduced as Mr. Wonderful!
And, keeping things together while he was gone, Brian also called his board forward to receive a cute little Koala Bear as a memento of the trip Down Under.
Don Chandler earned a round of applause with the announcement of his new grandchild. Details are sketchy, like gender, weight, length, date, time. Mother and father doing fine, but well do some more digging.
Sergeant At Arms Mary Bell brought John Sheeran up front and noted he was featured as one of a few people whove given 20 years to the Bellevue Philharmonic. Mary thought that 25 cents a year might do it $5.00. John replied, Hey, thats cheap. Mary retorted, Then youd rather have $10? Done.
Steve Lingenbrink came forward to drop $100 in the pot to tell about his latest project with Agros. See article in this issue for the full details. Mark Wednesday, February 11, for a special function supporting Agros.
With the Snoqualmie River at flood alert last Friday, intrepid photographer Ernie Hayden took a detour on his way home to get a shot of the falls. Click on the image to view Ernie's Quicktime movie of the falls (5.4MB file; will open in a new window so you can continue to peruse the Reveille while it loads).
If you don't have Quicktime, you can download it here for free.