The Bellevue Collection

Rotary Royale, September 21

Celebration of Service

Rotary Royale, September 21

THE MISSION:
Cocktails, Dinner, Gaming, Dancing

THE DATE:
September 21, 2019, 5:30pm

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RENDEZVOUS POINT:
The Westin Bellevue

DISGUISES:
Dress to “Kill” — Come in Black Tie or as your favorite Bond Girl or Villain

Secret Agents, Mystery Women, and International Spies,

FOR YOUR EYES ONLY

By invitation from Her Rotary’s Secret Service, Betty and Kemper Freeman, and the Bellevue Collection, we ask you to break from your Quantum of Solace to have a Thunderball at the Rotary Club of Bellevue’s upcoming Rotary Royale Annual Celebration of Service. Rotarians and their guests who Never Say Never Again will be tasked with the Oddjob of bonding for a great cause, benefitting the Bellevue Rotary Foundation.

Enjoy a Martini — shaken, not stirred — at the open bar, sponsored by Brighton Jones and Kaye Smith, as you bid your Moneypennies in our silent and live auctions. Let the Man with the Golden Camera capture A View to Kill in the photo booth, sponsored by PSE. Test your Goldfinger playing roulette, and dance to the live band with the Spy Who Loves You. Special thanks to our GoldenEye Sponsor, Wells Fargo Private Bank.

You Only Live Twice, so save the date!
From Rotary, with Love

Questions? Please contact events@bellevuerotary.net.

All proceeds from this event benefit the Bellevue Rotary Foundation. The Bellevue Rotary Foundation was established to raise awareness and provide financial grants of support to other local non-profit organizations, and fund the community service projects of the Rotary Club of Bellevue. As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the Bellevue Rotary Foundation relies on contributions from businesses and individuals to fund these vital programs and service projects that have been supporting our communities since 1961. Past Bellevue Rotary Foundation grant recipients include: KidsQuest Children’s Museum, Eastside Heritage Center, Youth Eastside Services, LifeWIre, Bellevue Lifespring, Jubilee Reach, Hopelink, and many more. Past Bellevue Rotary Foundation service projects include: Rotary First Harvest, Family Adoption Festival, Partners for Work, Camp Goodtimes, Inspiration Playground, Special Olympics, and the Salvation Army, as well as numerous projects in India, Nepal, Zambia, South Africa, and elsewhere.

The cost for this event is $450 per Bellevue Rotarian (which includes 2 tickets) and $225 each for additional guests. So, clear your schedule, save the date and invite your friends, family and colleagues! Please share the event with your friends on Facebook as we are trying to expand our audience and attendance.

Diamonds Are Forever
Presenting Sponsor

The Bellevue Collection

GoldenEye
Sponsor

Wells Fargo The Private Bank