New members – please come and help us or come to meet and socialize
October 7th – Octoberfest at Ravenna Brewery at 4:30
October 7th – Seahawk Game Day, Fundraiser for Outdoors for All –Contact Ed Bronsdon at [email protected]
October 9th – Tiny Home Build, Michael Bronsdon would still like to have 1 – 2 more people – Contact Michael at [email protected]
October 30th – QFC Food Drive for University Foodbank. Isaac sent out a sign-up sheet already. If you have not received it or wish to sign up, contact Isaac at [email protected]
November 20th Saturday 2:00 Social Event – Potluck and Pies at Colleen White’s house. We all know how to do a potluck (more details will follow). If you want to go home with a pie, please bring a pie (store bought is acceptable). We will draw numbers to select a pie that appeals to you. A great meal at a fun location and you bring home a pie – you cannot say no to that. Spouses and significant others are invited. Let’s all have a great time.
December 5th – All Club Christmas Party with Santa Claus. Children welcome and encouraged. More information about location and what to bring will be forthcoming. We will also be collecting Toys for Tots. Please bring a new, unwrapped toy for a tot or consider making a $20 donation.
Still in the works:
Tiny Parks Project – Still need to clear up permission with the University of Washington
Dictionary Project – Ron Espiritu may need help delivering dictionaries by the end of October. Currently we cannot make in person presentations.
In the new year, we will try to recreate projects that have worked for us: Teen Feed, Tiny Houses, Food Drive, Outdoors for All
For the new year, the social committee is thinking up new and fun events. If you have any suggestions, contact Colleen White at [email protected]
Suggestions for new service projects: blood drive, adopt a highway or street (Rotaract has already adopted Roosevelt Ave. so maybe we can continue with that project), a Christmas project with Mercy Housing and Solid Ground, and finally a major project creating a permanent rotary structure at a local park. Any other suggestions contact David Mushen at [email protected]