Jan 28 – John McKay, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP – “The U.S. Constitution Meets the Immigration ‘Crisis’”
John McKay represents global and Fortune 500 companies and corporate executives in internal investigations, complex litigation, and white-collar criminal defense. He understands the threats posed by governmental inquiry and internal conduct requiring careful and fair investigation. John works with clients and their boards to prevent costly and disruptive investigations, while treating employees and witnesses with […]
The event is going to be set for 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM. At a new location, Mercer Island Community Center. This is going to be a Fun, Family friendly, Casual Summer time event. Help us thank the old and bring in the new. President’s Celebration 2019-Luisa Cálad, Claire Irizarry, Fran Dougherty, Shannon Bailey, Ivan […]
Mac Cummins is the Director of the Community Development Department for the City of Bellevue, WA. In this capacity, he manages a Department which includes Divisions of Economic Development and Arts, Planning, Neighborhoods, Environmental Stewardship and Conflict Resolution. In Mac’s role as Director, he is a member of the executive leadership team which helps manage […]
Long-time member Norris Bevan passed away November 15 in Bellevue. Norris is a Past President and a Paul Harris Fellow, and had been a Bellevue Rotary member for 53 years. A public memorial service will be held mid‑December. Details are forthcoming.
> Tara’s CaringBridge account As our Club Administrator, Tara Lystad, undergoes chemotherapy treatments, she is continuing her work for the BRC. Please contact her as you normally would at email@example.com or phone 425.998.7542. Tara’s CaringBridge account As our Club Administrator, Tara Lystad, undergoes chemotherapy treatments, she is continuing her work for the BRC. Please contact […]
As most of you know, Tara Lystad, our Club Administrator, was recently diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer, and she has taken a leave of absence from the Tuesday meetings for the next 6‑8 months. Tara is continuing her work for the BRC, as she undergoes chemotherapy treatments, so please fee free to contact her as you […]
Longtime former Bellevue Rotary member and past president Bill Ptacek died Tuesday, October 15, after a battle with cancer. He was 69. Bill directed the King County Library System in Washington, before moving to Calgary in 2014 to become the CEO for Calgary’s library system. He was named Calgary’s 2018 Citizen of the Year and was presented with the […]
The public memorial service for Bellevue Rotary Past-President Judd Lees will be held Saturday, July 20, 4:00PM, at the Epiphany Episcopal Church, 1805 38th Ave, Seattle. There will be a brief Memorial and Celebration of Life service, followed by a reception. The location is to be determined and will be announced at the service. Judd has contributed much through his work […]
Bellevue Rotarian Rob Rose will be leading a 16-day adventure tour to Nepal this fall, in partnership with Global Family Travels, departing Seattle on October 29 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. Plus, you will also have […]
Our Rotary Youth Exchange student from Germany is almost half-way through her 10‑month stay and attending Newport High School. Please contact January BRC Youth Exchange Activity coordinator Stu Vander Hoek (425.941.3981), if you can invite her to an activity in the month of January.
Fay Andersson I had a great time connecting with other Rotarians at the District 5030 Essential Elements Workshop recently, with my brand new blue badge! The workshop was held at Pyramid Brewery in Seattle. I learned a lot and met other District 5030 Rotarians, including Julie Aubry, Regional Membership Officer, far right; Mitty Chang, e-club Rotary […]
Nancy Pasternak Our canopy flew across the park and droplets of rain splashed on our heads, while our volunteers worked to set up. Suddenly, the day became radiant and we knew this was the right way to celebrate International Day of Peace. The Peace Pole planting honoring Rob Rose was meaningful, not only to our […]
The public memorial service for long-time Bellevue Rotarian Jim Price is set for 1:30PM on Sunday, September 16, at Lake Boren Park,13058 SE 84th Way, Newcastle, WA. Jim Price was the true definition of community spirit. He cared deeply about the Rotary community and never hesitated to get involved through his work with Bellevue Rotary. Our world is a better place […]
Peace does not happen. It needs to be created. Worldwide, Rotary International has adopted a new focus equal to that of Polio Eradication. PEACEBUILDING. The Rotary Clubs of Bellevue and Bellevue Sunrise are celebrating the United Nations International Day of Peace, September 21, a day celebrated throughout the world, with a large-scale event from 6:30‑8:30PM, at Bellevue Downtown Park and […]
Long-time Bellevue Rotary member Jim Price passed away recently while hiking. He was very active in the Bellevue Rotary Club for over twenty years, and his presence and contributions will be greatly missed. Our heartflet condolences go to Jim’s wife Peggy and their entire family. From the City of Newcastle, WA, website: The City of Newcastle is mourning […]
Brittany Barker Thank you to the 91 members who cast a vote to select our Club’s new trading banner! We are pleased to announce the winner is: The new banners are on order and will be available soon.
Nancy Pasternak What better way might there be to promote peace in the world than by ensuring environmental sustainability for all peoples? That was Rotary President Ian Riseley’s impetus and focus for the First Peacebuilding Conference in Vancouver, February 9‑11. Plentiful water, nurtured soil to feed the world, low carbon productivity and economy, and biodiversity were […]