Rotary Club of Mill Creek

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Mill Creek Country Club
15500 Country Club Dr
Mill Creek, WA  98012
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Mark your calendars for May 6, 2017!!!

Visit our online reservation and sponsorship page today!

 
 
Each year the members of the Rotary Club of Mill Creek hold one large fundraising event, the auction, to benefit the Mill Creek Rotary Foundation. The proceeds enable the club to fund all of its projects.
 
Here are some of the many past and ongoing projects and organizations supported by auction proceeds:
 
  • 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
Please join us for the evening.  Visit our online registration and sponsorship page...reserve your seats today!
 
 
 

Mel Carson

 
Our speaker today was Mel Carson, founder and principal strategist of Delightful Communications, a Seattle-based Modern Marketing, Digital PR and Branding agency.  Mel's topic was "Personal Branding."  In the short time he had to present, Mel took us from examining who we are, what is our personal branding goal and professional purpose, to exploring who is our target audience.  Mel concluded with a discussion of the DNA of a successful in-person or online personal brand, who's four primary elements are to be: authentic, useful, relevant, and actionable.
 
 
 
 
 

Archbishop Murphy - Teresa Barron

Our April, "Scholar/Athlete" Student of the Month for Archbishop Murphy High School is Teresa Barron.    Teresa has earned a 3.99 grade point average while enrolling in many advanced placement and honors classes.  She has participated in volleyball, track and cross country.  Teresa has volunteered at the Marysville Food Bank, Operation Backpack Deploy and in her parish.  Teresa plans to go attend Gonzaga University in Spokane to study nursing and plans to continue running. Congratulations Teresa!
 
 

 

Jackson High School - Nicole Limberg

 
 
Our April, "Scholar/Athlete" Student of the Month for Jackson High School is Nicole Limberg.  Nicole has a 3.98 grade point average, achieved even with her taking eleven advanced placement courses in high school. A member of the swim team, she holds two school swim records and seven state championship titles. And, Nicole makes time to volunteer with the Red Cross and the National Honor Society for community events.   Nicole will be attending Rice University in Houston, Texas, on a swimming scholarship and has plans to go on to medical school.  Congratulations Nicole!

 

 
 
 
 

Microseed Radiation Therapy

 
Our speaker at this Wednesday's meeting was Sharon Purcell of Concure Oncology.  Sharon discussed the background and benefits of Microseed Radiation Therapy which is now available through Swedish Hospital to treat early stage breast cancer following a lumpectomy. Sharon's other message was the importance of regular self and doctor checkups for women to detect cancer early. Thanks for the important message Sharon.
 
 
 

Mark Johnson

 
Mark Johnson, Executive Director, talked to us today about Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County. Mark shared with us Habitat's model to get families into homes and the many volunteer opportunities that exist.  He also discussed Habitat Stores and how the public can both donate and shop for building materials ranging from furniture and appliances to cabinets, flooring, lighting, roofing materials, windows, and tools.  Habitat sees a world, "in which every person has a decent place to live," through its model of working in partnership with the community to build simple, decent, affordable homes.
 
 
 
 
 
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Craig Spencer
Apr 26, 2017
Kruger National Park
Auction Meeting
May 03, 2017
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May 10, 2017
Theme - Academic Excellence
Ellen Haggerty
May 17, 2017
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