Flag Salute & Invocation by Jill Reid
Visiting Rotarians: District Gov Lyle Ryan (with wife, PJ), Lesley Newman and Rob Smethurst (Sunrise), Bob Knight (Snohomish).
Guests: Franks two sons, Tom Landsberger (Faber Construction).
Board meeting this week 4:30pm at Talbot office, 2200 Rimland Drive, Suite 250 (above On Rice Thai restaurant).  All are welcome!
Bucks in the Bay
  • Bob Moles fishing, inspiring stories with Mike Hammes recently in Alaska;
  • Shannon Terrill also went fishing with son;
  • Dick Stark received award at Coaches Hall of Fame (?) also a 52 wedding anniversary!
  • Tonja missed meetings while on wonderful road trip with two sons, went to Disneyland, Ashland, etc;
  • Tim Krell brought mom home to Bellingham from the Midwest, a miners' story, friend Mary Reid passed away recently in her 90’s;
  • John Templeton $ for foundation, 35 years in the biz, doing a drawing for all current and pat clients;
  • Jim Johnson 20 year wedding anniversary, going up to Vancouver for a cruise to Alaska;
  • Curtis Dye out on the boat with family, great time up in the Gulf Islands;
  • Erik Dyrland, missed Brewers, 10 hours underwater, Hospice golf last weekend;
  • Frank Chmelik's son back from trip to China, other son leaving for college;
Sergeant at Arms by Flo
Fines for Marilyn Olsen, Tim Krell, and trivia!
Bill Gorman introduced District Gov. Lyle Ryan, a 27 year Rotarian with the Everett club, and a Paul Harris fellow.  Since the age of 17, Lyle has worked in the banking industry:  first at Frontier Bank (thirty-one years) and presently with Coastal Community Bank.  Lyle enjoys triathlons, and he and his family are avid scuba divers. 
Lyle takes about the importance of membership:
  1. member engagement 
  2. membership growth
  3. defined attraction for member retention.
This year’s theme: “Share the Light of Rotary”
Lyle and Bob Moles recognized two of our members: Bob Becker and John Sleeth for their outstanding work for the club and their commitment to the organization.
Lance wins the raffle.
Respectfully submitted, 
Stowe Talbot