Wenatchee North Rotary Rebrands
Rotary Club of Wenatchee Confluence is the new name
The biggest development at our meeting on May 16 was the name change. After a week of deliberation and online polling, we took the suggested club titles and had a vote. The Rotary Club of Wenatchee Confluence, Wenatchee Confluence Rotary for short, won with 12 votes. Riverview Rotary got the second-highest number of votes with 8.
For more on the story of why we chose to rebrand the club and move forward with a new name, see the meeting minutes from the last few posts.
4th of July Beer Garden Planning Dominated Discussion
Most of the rest of the meeting was spent discussing our new fundraiser, the 4th of July Beer Garden we are organizing for the annual 4th of July party at Walla Walla Point Park this summer. Things are moving along nicely and if you'd like to know more and get involved, please join us for the planning committee meeting at the tennis courts at Walla Walla Point Park at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, May 22.
Join us Wednesday, May 23 for our next meeting!
Evan Plews will talk about Gran Duro. Also, Andrea Johnson will also be giving her classification talk this week so please make every effort to hear from Andrea get to know her better. Our greeters are Greg Franz and Jeremy French.
A quick look at the Habitat for Humanity home build on Saturday, May 12. President Richard DeRock joined local Interact club members to help put the finishing touches on a project that when finished, will house three families. Wenatchee High School's Interact Club raised more than $50,000 to fully fund one of the triplex units that are expected to be finished later this summer in South Wenatchee. You can read an article about the home build from Rufus Woods of the Wenatchee World here.