Announcements:Elza went to Revelstoke, BC last weekend with the district's youth exchange students and had a great time curling, sledding, and playing in the snow. She didn't get much sleep over the 4-day period.
The WHS Applettes Dance Team is doing well, and will be going to district competition.
Ruth Dagg will give Tastebuds gift cards to anyone who brings in a new bike ride sponsor. She presented cards to Lisa Parks and David Barshes (2) today. Who will be next??
Lisa Parks talked about her PETS (President-elect Training Seminar) held in Seattle last weekend. There were over 500 PEs there from 9 districts in California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and western Canada, along with assistant governors, district governors-elect, RI officers, & speakers and small group facilitators.
Fellowship Dinners - Membership committee has proposed a fellowship event where 2 Rotary couples host 2-3 other couples for dinner. The idea is to invite at least one or two potential members, and maybe someone already in the club you don't know very well. Time frame is the week before and after St. Patrick's Day (March 10-24). Contact John McDarment (669-6965) if you can host, or if you would like to be invited.
The Boy Scouts of America this year will honor Erik Holmberg with The Good Scout Award. If you would like to come to the banquet to support Erik, contact John McDarment (669-6965). The event is at the Wenatchee Convention Center on March 28. Tickets are $30.
Robin DeRock needs host families for the youth exchange students who will be staying overnight on May 21. Call her if you can host one or two that night (741-9079). She can give you more details.
Brags & Confessions:Craig Reese is off to Braundi for a couple weeks to work with his charity there.
Annie LaCroix was late today because she stopped to administer CPR to a person on the streets of Wenatchee.
Jill Courtney is headed to Florida for a couple weeks.
Ruth Dagg bragged about Stage Kids being one of the best non-profit groups.