Glen A. Curda, DPM, MS, Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery, Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, “Footnotes: Debunking Some Myths About Common Foot Problems”
Glen is a foot and ankle specialist who has been in private practice in Bellevue for over 30 years. He treats all ages and all types of foot problems. If surgery is needed, he uses Overlake Hospital as well as a certified surgical suite in his office.
Since he was always at the foot of his class, Glen went to Podiatric medical school in San Francisco where he met his wife Jeanne. After residency and employment at Kaiser in Sacramento, they decided to venture to the great Northwest, settling in Bellevue and raising three children who have been an overwhelming joy!
Glen has been in our Bellevue Rotary Club for 33 years. He joined the month his first child was born. All three children have participated in Rotary activities such as RYLA, foreign exchange, Rotary First Harvest, and movie reviews.
In Glen’s presentation this week, he will debunk some myths about common foot problems. Participation is encouraged. Sole searching is welcomed!
Please join us for BRC Thirsty Thursday, from 6:00-8:00PM, at Henry’s Tavern, 500 Bellevue Way NE, Ste 310 (located on the third floor, across from the new cinema).
Thirsty Thursday is a great way to introduce new and prospective Rotarians to our club and members. Bring your friends, partners, and guests to share appetizers (hosted) and drinks (no‑host), and have a few laughs with your fellow BRC members at this fun fellowship event (free parking).
Prospective members and guests are welcome and encouraged to attend! This also counts as a make‑up.
Questions? Contact Debbie Acton.
The Bellevue Rotary First Harvest Work Party is held the second Saturday, every other month, from 8:30-11:00AM, at the Northwest Harvest Warehouse, 22220 68th Ave S, Kent. This is a wonderful and meaningful way to be a part of a hands-on project that helps people in our own community. All Rotarians, family members and friends are invited to help! (Children must be at least 3rd grade or 9 years old.)
The Bellevue Rotary Club organizes work parties every other month, but you can sign up to attend a work party in any month. Just visit the Rotary First Harvest website and click on the sign up link for the date of the work party in which you wish to participate. A one-step form will open for you to complete, and you can use this form to sign up for a work party several months in advance.
Bellevue Rotarian Rob Rose will be leading an 18‑day adventure tour to Nepal this fall, departing Seattle on October 27 and returning November 13. You are invited to join Rob on this amazing journey, where you’ll learn about the culture and history of Nepal and have a jungle experience in Chitwan National Park, the jewel of Nepal’s national park system. You will also have an easy trekking experience with spectacular views of the Himalayas, as well as several life-affirming volunteer experiences with children with disabilities.
Please contact Rob Rose (Ph 425.985.3176) if you are interested in the trip, want additional information, or if you have any questions.
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Is traveling to exotic Kathmandu, Nepal, on your personal “bucket list”? Watch this short video where four Bellevue Rotarians share their Nepal trip experiences:
Please join us for Hearts & Wine 2018, an elegant evening of great wine, food, jazz, a live auction of unique experiences and wines, and so much more — all to benefit Rotary First Harvest (RFH). Rotarians and friends will gather at The Foundry by Herban Feast in Seattle (Sodo), on Friday, February 9, from 6:00-9:00PM, to sample some of the State’s most delicious wines. General admittance tickets include a scrumptious full buffet dinner by Herban Feast, desserts, live jazz, wine tasting tokens, treat sampling, access to the live auction and presentation, and more.
Single tickets are $85, and tables of 10 can purchased for $850. Due to the intimate setting of the venue, seating is limited.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event or donating an auction item, please contact RFH Development Director Lori Church.
All proceeds go to support the work Rotary First Harvest does for our community, by securing surplus fresh produce and moving to our food bank partners around the State.