Thank you Jim Avery for taking notes at our Dec 21 meeting.
 
Our next meeting will be January 4, 2011

Guests
Val & Jeff Petigrew
John Nsabimana

Sunshine
John Woods - married 34 years
Jacqui Curtis
Bob Cairns
Kristy Ewing

Announcements
  • Port Orchard Cares went well - 37 families received food and gifts.
  • Juliette tours jail 12/27 - Rotarians invited
  • Pat O. passed out donation folders
  • January 5th - first auction meeting at Pancake House
  • May 7th - Auction Day - PO Rotary and All That Jazz
  • January 1st, 11AM - Niels service @ Rill Chapel
  • Celebration of life following @ McCormick Woods
  • Bill - Bara sent an email and cookies to Bill. She's doing well and wishes us all a Merry Xmas
  • Brian Sauer - Coho eggs incubating - 18,000. Selbig was tired of sitting on them.
  • Scott Logan - moving to Chelan for family reasons. He will be missed. Club will now need a new Community Service Director

Ailing list:
  • Juliette - passed out at Xmas wrapping
  • Dan Moore - knee surgery went well - tumor removal
  • Scott Veach - recovering from stroke and seizure from insulin reaction
  • Pete D's wife - cancer discovered
  • Clark T. - LOA, liver and pancreatic cancer - wife with Lou Gehrig's disease.
  • Ralphh Munro - heart surgery
  • Scott Logan - spinal problems at birth - fighting for 14 years on ventilator
  • Jenifer Kono - double mastectomy tomorrow - 6 months chemo ahead

John Nsabimana - is nearing completion of degree and applying to grad school.
John has visited the club on numerous occasions. He has a fascinating story to tell about how he escaped genocide in Rwanda.
If you would like to connect with John via facebook here is a link to his page.

Program
Kitsap Mountaineers Club - Doug Terry
  • From 1906 - trail maintenance and conservation
  • Kitsap cabin & 30 acres in Chico +300 acres of preserve
  • Rhody preserve and outside theater
  • 10th largest Doug Fir in country
  • Salmon spawning on Chico Creek
  • Lodge facilities at Stevens Pass, Mt. Baker and exit 62 on I-90
  • 200 members