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Mill Creek Country Club
15500 Country Club Dr
Mill Creek, WA  98012
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Rita Drum

Today's speaker was Rita Drum, a volunteer with Shared Hope.  Rita talked about the organization's roots and its three prong effort to fight sex trafficking: prevent, restore, and bring justice. 

Check Presentation

On Sunday, fifteen of our club's members went to Camp Lutherwood near Bellingham for the first day celebration of the 2017 Camp Phoenix, a week long summer camp for children recovering from burns. Led by past-president Mike Mallahan, our club presented a check for $45,00 to the Burned Children Recovery Foundation. Over $43,000 of the total were from raise-the-paddle contributors at our annual auction. Special thanks to South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary for its $1,000 contribution! Below are some of the photos from the event.  
A large group of motorcycle clubs, police and fire organizations, and other groups from all over Western Washington showed up for opening day of Camp Phoenix.  Even members of the Sea Gals and Blue Thunder entertained the children and entire gathering.

Ron Ohlson

Our newest member, Ron Ohlson, was inducted into the club at today's meeting. Ron may be new to our club, but not to Rotary.  He has 38 years with Rotary and comes to us from the Rotary club of Anchorage, Alaska. Ron s a retired psychologist and an ordained Presbyterian minister   Welcome aboard, Ron!

Lisa Gyuro & Sarah Murphy

Joining us today also were Lisa Gyuro (left) and Sarah Murphy. Both are recent graduates of Archbishop Murphy High School and they shared with us their experiences on recent service trips to Haiti and Guatemala and the impact the trips had on them.  Sarah is going on to Gonzaga University where she plans to study special education.  Lisa is going on to the University of Washington to study business and French. 

Peyton McDonald

Our speaker today was 14 year old Peyton McDonald. Peyton, who attends Snohomish High School talked about her first published book, "Before the End of Summer," available on Peyton has loved writing since she was in the first grade and shared with us what it took for her to write and get her first book published. Peyton already has college aspirations; she intends to go to USC and continue studies in writing.  I think we will be hearing more great things about her in the future!
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