Announcements:We will be changing our morning meeting location to Pybus Market starting April 2. We will meet there for 8 weeks, and then decide if we want to stay longer. The cost is considerably less ($100/week). A buffet featuring a variety of food items will be offered for $10.25. We will eventually be buying round tables for Pybus, and they will credit us that amount to our room costs. We are hiring a person to come in early to set up coffee, condiments, linens, etc.
April 10th is the second gathering of women in Rotary in our area. Bring prospective members (women or men). Norwood Wine Bar at 6:00.
Wed., May 1, is the All-Service Club Luncheon at the Convention Center. Cost is $25 per person. Keynote speaker is Melissa Arias, who oversees the strategic direction and operations for Make-a-Wish Alaska and Washington. Contact Carol Adamson if you missed the sign up sheet. We will have one or two tables for our club.
Wayne Massing announced the location for the training for volunteers for The Gorge's 2019 concert series. The one near us is Tues., May 7th at
Earl Crowe announced that the Local Area Rotarian Directory has local advertising space available. See John McDarment for rates.
Brags and Confessions:
Erin McCool announced that she had been absent for several meetings while conducting legal business, and supporting her husband Paul on his cross-country runs.
Jim Adamson announced that he and his wife Carol, along with Wayne and Karen Massing, attended a dinner and trivia contest at the Wenatchee Golf and Country Club on Saturday night. They took third place (out of four teams) and won their admission fees back!
Wayne Massing announced that he and his wife Karen traveled to Seattle to visit her sister who is in the hospital there. They had dinner with their daughter and returned Monday.
Taro thought he did a great job tuning and sharpening his son Reagan's Atomic Skis because Reagan won his ski competition! Way to go, Reagan!
- 46% of Chelan and Douglas County residents only have a high school diploma or GED
- During 2018, over 620 hours of pro bono assistance have been given to qualified residents
- VAS is part of the Alliance For Equal Justice" organization.
Eloise announced the "Justice Gala" on Saturday, June 1st. Tickets for this event are $50/pp.
On March 28, 5-7 pm the Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce will have its After Hours gathering at the VAS office at 300 Okanogan Ave., Suite 3B, in Wenatchee. Light appetizers and drinks will be served.
Kathleen McNalty won the pot draw
The meeting was adjourned at 7:50 a.m.