Keeping up with Rain City Rotary

Monday, January 19, 2015

en garde! to weeds and overgrown shubbery
Photo by Donna Eggen

Keeping up with Rain City Rotary
by Donna Eggen

Our monthly service projects keep us busy and make us happy.

In October we gave the grounds of YMCA Pathways for Women in Lynnwood a final cleanup for the winter. We also painted their activity room. It was cold and wet outside but we kept busy and kept warm.

The 15th NE clean up crew
Photo by Kim Lancaster

Our project for November was our quarterly cleanup of 15th Ave NE. It had been rainy for some days before hand but the sun smiled on us as we did our work. Yaaaaaay!

Member Sharon Knight says “One of the best things about cleaning up a road in Shoreline is all the positive responses from the people passing by. We have received thumbs up from drivers and heartfelt thanks from pedestrians and property owners who see us working hard to make Shoreline a cleaner community.”

At the VOA Food Bank
Photo by Kim Lancaster

In December we went to the Volunteers of America in Greenwood. We organized all the gifts that had been donated for their Holiday Store, which was going to be held the next day. We also had time to stock the food bank.

I got to wrap the lovely quilts and afghans that had been so generously given. I had such fun imagining how happy they would make their new owners.

Rain City Rotary meets most Thursday nights at 6:30pm in the Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Ave N.  Please join us.


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