President Camilla opened our meeting with a smile from almost 3000 miles away; who would ever have thought?
It was a treat to see Sammi McCubbins since we have not seen her in months.  Sammi did a very nice invocation.
President Camilla demonstrating the traditional invocation position, very nice.
A list of 100% attenders.  If you have a correction, let Cynthia Kennedy know.  I did let her know that I am only one year behind Walt, so 37 years not 36.
The picture on the left shows the original work party doing yard care on the Key Peninsula.  The second picture is myselfie, Margaret Campbell, and Mike Pinch as we finished the cleanup, blowing off her patio, sidewalks, and driveway and raking out her flower beds.  She was a happy lady.  One more yard to go.
Gunda Meissner, President of the Midday Club asking us to participate in their food drive.  It ended on the 16th so I hope you  helped out.  Jan bought peanut butter, tuna, and soup to contribute.
Ryan from the Puyallup Club was asking for golfers to support their major fund raiser.  They used to have an oyster  and crab feed but Covid made that impossible so this is their new effort.  Good luck Ryan!
Ed was reminding us of our GH Rotary Foundation and its Board membership.  The members are all members of this Club and they are:  Scott Junge, CPH Dave Gordon Bob Dragoo Ed Lindstrom Peter Stanley Dorothy Wimberly Dick Vanberg John Winslow and Tim Williams
Jim again reminded us that Saturday is Make a Difference day and we should support local merchants.  This week they are in the El Pueblito building.
This is just one of the businesses.
Dave did his Happy Bucks and fines an shamelessly promoted the Basket Brigade which is again on the move.
Speaks for itself.
Lee and Pam are in Florida and he introduced Steve O'Donnell to introduce the program.
Steve is very involved in emergency preparedness and that is the forte of our speaker, Curt Scott.  Curt is the brother of one of my college roommates. 
Curt lives on the Peninsula and internet is sketchy so this was the only picture I got.  We could only get reliable sound, but not video and sound.  Curt reminded us that we live near the Cascadia subduction zone and if it goes we will likely experience a 9+ earthquake which will change the entire face of the west coast.  He suggested we need to have a one month supply of water and food.  We have the food but not the water.  I wonder if beer would be a good substitute?