Mark your calendars for May 6, 2017!!!
- Mill Creek Food Bank
- YMCA Easy Access Steps for Pool
- Medical supplies for Coaniquem Burn Children’s Hospital in Santiago, Chile
- Jackson High School Challenge Day Program
- Concussion Detection Machine/Jackson High School
- Thousands of wheelchairs throughout Latin America, South America, and Eurasia
- Computers and a van for Mill Creek Senior Center
- Annual Scholarships to Graduating Seniors from Jackson, Archbishop Murphy, and Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center
- Soldiers Angels – Holiday Packages
- Scoreboard at Mill Creek’s Freedom Field
- Micro-nutrient program for women of child-bearing age in Guatemala
Jackson High School's Rotary Student of the Month
Rotary International's theme for the month of January is Vocational Service. With this in mind, our student of the month is for "Vocational Excellence." Selected from Jackson High School and joining us at this Wednesday's meeting was Taylor Spring. Taylor spends half of his school day at Sno-Isle Technical Skills Center where he is in the Electronic Engineering Technology Program and is the current student body president. At Jackson, Taylor is varsity captain of the tennis and swim teams. Taylor enjoys learning new things and has many personal hobbies.
Upon graduation, Taylor aspires to be an engineering project manager and eventually to wants to teach engineering at a vocational school.
Archbishop Murphy High School
Jackson High School
Rebecca Strom is our Jackson High School Rotary Student of the Month. Rebecca is an outstanding artist at Jackson High School and has demonstrated her talents and skills in a variety of ways. Her contributions to Jackson's theatre program have been significant. She is currently the president of the JHS Theatre Society and has played main roles in several school productions (i.e. "Into the Woods," "Macbeth," "Hot Mikado"). Rebecca is also an accomplished visual artist. She Is currently taking AP Studio Art with a 2-dimensional emphasis. She has created award-winning artwork including 1st place for a painting and pastel piece in the Everett Public Schools Foundation Art Contest. She also won a Scholastic Silver Key Art Award for a piece entitled, “Welcome to the New Age.”
Upon graduation this June, Rebecca has aspirations to attend Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle.
Jeanne Willard, Ed.D.
Music Booster Club Begins
The Everett Music4Life Booster Club had its organizational meeting on Nov. 17th. Attending (left to right) were Dr. Mark Valentine of Everett Rotary; Jane Webber, parent of an Everett student; Dr. Joyce Stewart, Deputy Superintendent; and Georgia Lindquist of Everett Public Schools. The goal of the club is to help fundraise to acquire instruments so that more students can participate in band or orchestra at all schools in the Everett School District. The program’s first three musical instruments were delivered, along with a commitment for at least 40 more within a month from Music4Life.
The Rotary Club of Mill Creek was one of many organizations and individuals who contributed to help start this effort. If you have an instrument at home that you no longer need or want to help out directly, go to Music4Life to find out more.
A World Without Alzheimer's Disease
November Student of the Month - Overcoming Adversity
Connor Konen – Jackson High School
Noelle Phillips - Archbishop Murphy
Zoe Amdal – Glacier Peak
Major Aaron Tyler
October - Community Service Students of the Month
District 5030 Grant Money at Work
A Farewell Celebration
Dr. Marina Furtado
Bo & Patti Darling
Madison Elementary School
Principal Gilmore talked about the positive impact that students receive from going to camp. Ava, who is going into the sixth grade in just a few weeks, enthusiastically talked about all of the positive memories and experiences from camp. The range of activities the students were involved with included rope and wall climbing, seawater touch tanks, capturing plankton from the dock and examining them under microscope, beach combing, team-building and campfire activities.
Dr. Ken Lyon
Cameron Hathaway (shown on the right in this photo), Procurement Analyst, with Boeing Commercial Airplanes Program joined us at our August 3rd meeting to talk about the military's KC-46 tanker (a modified 767 freighter). Joining us at the meeting were (from left to right) his father, Mike, grandfather and Mill Creek Rotarian, Bill, and mother, Patti Hathaway.
Traci works for Novartis Pharmaceuticals Company. Traci is the proud mother of a Jackson High School freshman, and she serves as a director of the Everett Public Schools Foundation and is on the Everett Public Schools Board of Directors. Traci holds a BA degree in Psychology from Pacific Lutheran University and a Doctor of Pharmacy and Master of Health Administration from UW. Welcome aboard!
Community Service Committee
2016 Scholarship Award Recipients
Nicole graduated with the highest honors and is a member of the National Honor Society. Nicole played and lettered in three varsity sports, participated in several different club activities, and volunteered with the Boy's and Girl's Club, Seattle Children's Radiothon, Special Olympics and more. Nicole will be attending Western Oregon University and plans to major in Education and minor in Special Education. And, did we mention that she was recruited by Western Oregon's Softball team too! Congrats Nicole!