Service Above Self: It’s not your grandfather’s Rotary anymore

The new face of Rotary, from left: Emoke Rock, Debbie Danekas, Dori Glass, Maggie Peterson and Kristi Jenson. Kristi and Emoke have been Rotarians for several years; Debbie joined last year.
The new face of Rotary, from left: Emoke Rock, Debbie Danekas, Dori Glass, Maggie Peterson and Kristi Jenson. Kristi and Emoke have been Rotarians for several years; Debbie joined last year.

The Edmonds Rotary Noon Club was happy to welcome several new members in November, including Katie Kelly, Dori Glass, Maggie Peterson and Carrie Morehouse. Notice anything special about these new members?

As the Edmonds Rotary Club continues to grow, the face of Rotary is also changing and growing. Almost half of the members are women, and the age median is dropping as Rotary clubs everywhere welcome young Rotarians, who bring with them their great ideas and energy.

The Edmonds Rotary Club meets every Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. at Salt and Iron Restaurant in Edmonds. Come see what we’re all about – we’ll even buy you lunch.

Rotary is an organization of business and professional persons united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world. New members welcome — please contact Robert Jorgensen at rpjorgensen3@aol.com.

— Sponsored by Edmonds Rotary Noon Club

 

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