Editor: Ken  Kohnhorst         Leavenworth Rotary Founded in 1975 - Leavenworth, Washington "The Bavarian Village"  
Volume 4 Number 193   January 17, 2020



Greeter

Teri Miller

Reminder: If you can not be a greeter on your assigned day make sure you have a replacement. View Greeter Schedule Below...


GREETER
SCHEDULE 20
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Jan 17 Teri Miller
Jan 24 Christine Morgan
Jan 31 Bill Motsenbocker
Feb 7 Mahala Murphy Martin
Feb 14 Kirby Phillips
Feb 21 Gary Planagan
Feb 28 Chuck Reppas
Mar 6 Lynn Reppas
Mar 13 Dave Rosebaugh
Mar 20 Deb Rosebaugh
Mar 27 Karl Ruether
Apr 3 Elisabeth Saunders

 


PROGRAM LIST
 
View entire program  list

MEMBER CALENDAR
OF MEETINGS & EVENTS


Local Funded/Hands On Committee
11:15 am before our Friday meetings on the first Friday of each month
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Youth Exchange Committee
1st Friday of the month at 1:30 pm
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Membership Committee
Meets 4th Friday of each Month 10:45 am Kristall's
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Board Meeting Dates
3RD Monday
of the Month

 


Directors 2019-2020
Awaiting Update


President
Ken Grosse

Past President

Penny Carpenter

President Elect
Teri Miller

Secretary
Hans Anderson

Treasurer
Shawna Alexander

Director-Youth Service
Mahala Murphy-Martin

Director-Community Service
Lynn Reppas

Director-Vocational Service
Doug Waltar

Director-Club Service
Teri Miller

Director-International Service
Bruce Williams
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Attendance Officer
Marggie Simmons

Sgt At Arms
Tim McElravry
& Brad Blackburn

Satellite Meeting
Bill Dick

COMMITTEES

Local Funded/Hands On Committee
Ross Frank
John Dawson - Cp Chairs

Weekly Programs Chair
Chuck Reppas

Membership Chair
Joel Walinski

Fund Raising Committee
Terri Miller
Mahala Murphy-Martin

Major Projects Committee
TBA

Youth Committee

TBA

Public Relations Committee
Chair: Ken Kohnhorst

Club Bulletin
Ken Kohnhorst

Web Editor

Ken Kohnhorst

Fellowship Committee Chair
Mall Boyd - Deb Hartl

International Service
Mary Scheibler

Youth Exchange
Mary Kostka

The Rotary Foundation Chair
Jim Willems

Leavenworth Rotary Foundation
(Ed Cadman Fund & Jim Adamson Fund) 

Brad Blackburn

Venue and Setup
Jim Willems
Brad Brown

President Elect Chair
Penny Carpenter

Rotary Moment
Tom Boyd

 "Birthdays & Anniversaries"
Amy Burns

Need a Meeting Makeup?

Wenatchee Downtown
Thursday noon @ Red Lion

Wenatchee Sunrise
Tuesday 7 a.m. @ Red Lion

Wenatchee North
Wednesday noon @ Town Toyota Center
in the Crunch Pak room.

East Wenatchee
Thursday 7 a.m. @ Shari's

Cashmere
Wednesday noon @ Presbyterian Church,
303 Maple Street

Lake Chelan Rotary
Tuesday @ 11:45 a.m. at Sorrento’s Restaurant at Tsillan Cellars Winery

Leavenworth
Friday 11:45 a.m. @ Kristall's

Okanogan-Omak
Thursday noon @ Koala St. Grill

Ephrata
Tuesday noon @ Country Deli

Quincy
Thursday noon @ Senior Center


E-Clubs:

E-Club One:
www.rotaryclubone.org

Southwest USA E-Club
http://www.recswusa.org/



 


THIS WEEKS HEADLINES
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Leavenworth Rotary Club-"The Little Club with the Big Heart"


THIS WEEKS PROGRAM

Mike Milner

"My career as a Fire Fighter"

I was born in Seattle and lived in Kenmore until age 7, then our family moved to Cashmere. After graduating from Cashmere High School, I attended WSU and received a degree in marketing. After graduation I moved to Seattle and was hired by the fire department in August of 1989. I married my college sweetheart in 1991 and we have a 26 year old daughter and 23 year old son. We live in Kenmore. I have worked for the Seattle Fire Department for over 30 years and will be retiring in May.



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 Vocational Service calls on us to empower others by using our unique skills and expertise to address community needs and help others discover new professional opportunities and interests. January is Rotary’s Vocational Service Month, a great time to leverage vocational service through club projects and activities.

Here are five ways you can incorporate vocational service in your club activities:

1.  Host a club meeting at your work place and share about your profession; take time to learn about fellow members’ occupations.

2.  Use your skills and expertise to serve a community.

3.  Practice your profession with integrity, and inspire others to behave ethically through your words and actions.

4.  Work with local businesses to create mentorship, internship, or hands on opportunities to help young people achieve their career goals.

5.  Guide and encourage others in their professional development.

 

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