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Gig Harbor

Rotary Connects the World
Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 7:00 AM
Cottesmore Care Ctr.
2909 14th Ave NW
Mail to: PO Box 342
Gig Harbor, WA 98335
United States of America
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Frank Ralph has been approved by the Board as a new member.
 
Frank's classification is the owner and CEO of Fishgirl Seafood and his sponsor is Steve Skibbs.
 
Please remit any comments or concerns about these new members to Annie Arbenz, Lyn Junge, or Dave Morris within 10 days of publication of this notice.
Last weeks speaker was Brooks Stanfield.  Brooks is an EPA Emergency Responder (and a part-time marriage officiant). He shared his work in the Peace Corps and positive experience with Rotary.
 
 
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Chris Reykdahl
Feb 21, 2020
Public Education
Nathan Daniel
Feb 28, 2020
Great Peninsula Conservancy (GPC)
Lee Smith
Mar 06, 2020
Auction Prelude
Patty
Mar 13, 2020
Irish Stepdancing
Sharon
Mar 20, 2020
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