Rotary Club of Lake Forest Park - January programs

Sunday, January 7, 2018

2017 officers - LFP Rotary

Lake Forest Park Rotary gathers weekly to share a delicious breakfast, network with our friends, and listen to fascinating and engaging speakers. We know how to have fun!

Meetings are informal (shorts in season will fit right in) and mix warmth, laughter, and energy with a reminder of why we are here: to serve our neighborhood and world communities.

In times of need, our members can always be counted on to volunteer both physical and financial assistance. We are dedicated to building a strong, diverse, and close-knit community.

Come for a free Wednesday morning breakfast at the Lake Forest Park Presbyterian Church, 17440 Brookside Blvd NE, Lake Forest Park 98155, and then join us in building a better world!

Meetings begin at 7:30am and end promptly at 8:30am. The program includes 30 minutes of club business / planning, then a 30 minute presentation from various organizations that serve the Puget Sound area. The programs are not political, nor are they religious.

Rotary is made up of community members interested in making Lake Forest Park and our adjoining communities a better place to live.

Our projects include: Free Health Clinic, Market Bucks, High School Scholarships, Holiday Food and Toy Drive, Back to School Lunch, Weekend Food Pack, Shop with a Cop, and Safe Harbors Domestic Violence Fund, to name a few. Nationally, Rotary is leading the way with the global eradication of Polio through the thousands of clubs and their members worldwide.

Email for more information or visit the website.

Program speakers for January - all Wednesdays

January 10: Alice Collingwood with Summit Assistance Dogs. Summit Assistance Dogs is a non-profit organization whose mission is to create life-changing partnerships between people and dogs, giving the gift of independence and increased self-reliance to people living with disabilities.

January 17: Rebecca Miner, Shoreline School District Superintendent, presenting the School Levy propositions on the special election ballot, January 13.

January 24: Tricia Woods, The Arts of Kenmore. The mission of The Arts of Kenmore is to encourage expanded local participation in all forms of the arts- fine arts, music, dance, theatre and public art.

January 31: David Bobanick, Rotary First Harvest. The mission of Rotary First Harvest is to connect farmers, truckers, volunteers and food banks to reduce hunger and food waste.


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