August speakers at LFP Rotary

Thursday, August 1, 2019

The Rotary Club of Lake Forest Park meets each Wednesday morning at 7:10am at Lake Forest Park Presbyterian Church, located at 17440 Brookside Boulevard NE
We welcome community members to join us for breakfast and hear local speakers.

August 14
Missy Anderson, Veteran Programs, Shoreline Community College

August 21

Bob Stokes
25 Years of Humanitarian Work and Demining in Vietnam

PeaceTrees Vietnam is a locally based non-profit that has worked in Vietnam for 25 years. We have approximately 100 deminers who find and destroy thousands of pieces of unexploded ordnance every year. We also work intensely with local hill tribe minorities who were heavily impacted by the war. We build kindergartens, provide scholarships, food programs, water and training for villagers who otherwise would not survive in the increasingly complex world.

August 28

Rebellyous Foods CEO, Christie Lagally
Plant-based Meat: Creating a global solution to global societal problems

Millions more people are trying to eat more plant-based foods and fewer animal-based foods because they want to have a lighter impact on the environment, avoid antibiotics and hormones in their food, and prevent animal cruelty. Seattle-based Rebellyous foods is making it easier for foodservice operations with limited time, equipment, budgets, and trained staff to create delicious center-of-plate options.

What is Rotary? 

Rotary International is the world’s oldest and largest service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide! Rotary club members are volunteers who work together locally, regionally, and internationally to leverage their resources and skills to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate deadly diseases like polio, all under the motto of Service Above Self.

You can learn more about our local chapter here: Rotary Club of Lake Forest Park


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