Members of the Rotary Club of Sequim were pleased to present a gift of $3,000 for youth programs at the Carroll C Kendall Unit of the Boys & Girls Club of the Olympic Peninsula. President Jason Bausher and President Elect Anna Richmond are seen here delivering the check to Mary Budke, Executive Director of the Boys & Girls Club of the Olympic Peninsula. Pictured above are Rotarians Bob and Kelly Macaulay, Jason Bausher, Mary Budke, Anna Richmond, Ren Garypie, Don Sorensen and Jim Jones.
The club has been meeting in person since July of 2021 at the Big Elk Restaurant on the corner of Washington and Brown and have continued to use Zoom for on-line attendees.
Members are also working on a new program of mapping all AED units located in downtown Sequim businesses and public buildings. Starting from zero, they are visiting businesses and government offices to add 22 AEDs to the Pulsepoint app, which can be downloaded on any smart phone. They are seeking additional AED locations and more information about the AEDs in listed locations.
Businesses with AEDs can have theirs listed by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and a member will visit to take a photo of the business and upload it to the Pulsepoint app.
All are welcome at our meetings, and anyone can contact us at email@example.com for information about how to participate in our programs on our Zoom platform. New members are always welcome.
Sequim Noon Rotary Club members are a community service group. Their most successful recent project involves gifting Adaptive Bikes to physically challenged students in the Sequim school district. They also enjoy supporting other local, regional, and international service projects.
Sequim Noon Rotary will once again plan to offer their delicious alder-smoked salmon bake in August 2022. The club has funded its service projects with true salmon back since 1969, a 53-year Sequim tradition.