|Shelly Miller, 4th from the left, facing he camera. |
Nima Duncan is next to Shelly and
Earl Crowe is to the right of Nima
Earl Crowe is the Chief Deputy Coroner, serving in that role for the last three years. He must love a crowd because he shares his home with his wife, Joy, three children, Kaitlyn, Emma and Lucy, as well has Joy's parents, David and Nancy. He clearly is used to chaos and should fit right in with our Club. Earl plans to run for office as Coroner when the incumbent retires.
|Jill Courtney gets "pinned" for|
sponsoring new member, Shelly Miller
Shelly and her husband Stephen both work for Confluence Health. Shelly works as an insurance specialists and Stephen works in radiation oncology department. The Millers relocated back to Wenatchee in 2009 from a 20 year stint in Twin Falls, Idaho. They have four grown children and four grandchildren with a fifth on the way. Shelly loves to cook! That will come in handy.
|A large audience at Tuesday's|
meeting meant a long, snaking line
to greet the newcomers.
Nima is a first generation Iranian American, born in Virginia. His career and calling is local church ministry. He works for Saddlerock Evangelical Presbyterian Church. He and his wife Emma have been married for four years. It's great to have young newlyweds in our group.
Make a Difference Day. A dozen Club members helped at our highway cleanup project on October 24th. Thank you to Wayne, Carol, Jerry, Stacy, Milt, Joanne and husband Aaron, PJ, Norm, Kathleen, Jill, and Mansour for turning out to pick up 46 bags of trash over 33 hours!
It's a stretch to say cleaning up the highway is fun but we had good company and got some exercise. We received many warm greetings from those driving by who honked in support. Carol Adamson had her own fan club yelling her name from the moving vehicles. (You can't take her anywhere!)
We also had helpers on Sunday to clean up the garden for the year. Thanks to Lesley Trebotich, Mike Coleman, Wayne Massing, Earl Crowe, Dave Friemuth, and Mansour for helping with this. It's great to see so many new Club members are getting involved in our community service activities.
|Thanks to Alice, Mansour, Carol and PJ for participating|
in the demonstration.
|Alice, Resistor-in-Chief, gives|
Joseph a marshal arts lesson
The premise is that some people can learn and relate better using movement, and can move forward with treatment when they understand their needs and unmet needs. The theory relates to how resistance, and focusing on that, can keep a person from reaching their goals.
For more information, check out www.thedragonflyretreat.com.
Rotaract Club WVC Update. Thanks to Jim Huffman, Jim Adamson, Matt McColm and Wayne Massing for attending the meeting last week of this newly forming Club. It's fun to see young people get involved in Rotary.