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Providing COMMUNITY, INTERNATIONAL, & VOCATIONAL Services
for Rainier Valley of Seattle.
Meetings: 1st, 2nd & 3rd Tues. morning 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. --
Location: Light For Life --3820 S Ferdinand St. Ste #102
Join us for NETWORKING at 7:11 a.m. & ENJOY refreshments
02/02/2016 - 07:30
02/02/2016 - 08:30
Jerry Rosso brings many years of experience as a successful local nursery owner to answer those perplexing questions that keep gardeners awake at night:
"OK, what's the real advantage of using fertilizer?"
"Why don't my tomatoes ever turn red?"
"Can I expect greater yields, and is fertilizer worth the cost?"
02/09/2016 - 07:30
02/09/2016 - 08:30
College Access Now is a local (headquarters office is on Martin Luther King Way) non-profit with a MISSION:
Empower students from low-income families to access, enroll, and graduate from college at rates equal to their more advantaged peers.
Are bright local kids missing-out on good lives and careers because they're not seriously considering college? Bring your questions for Neena.
01/19/2016 - 07:30
01/19/2016 - 08:30
Rainier Valley Food Bank is an important resource for hundreds of local residents who are living on the edge. Lili Fischer coordinates community support, including donations. RV Food Bank also receives food donated through Rotary First Harvest - from commercial growers all around Washington.
12/15/2015 - 07:30
12/15/2015 - 08:30
Tuesday Dec 15th! Come join the merry band of Rainier Valley Rotary Club and have a cup of Morning JAVA with us. We are looking for "new blood", "new idea" to energize the club, plan events, and most importantly continue to support our projects in SE Seattle.:
08/15/2015 - 11:00
08/15/2015 - 16:00
Thank You for supporting RVRC FIRST ANNUAL TREASURE TROVE SALE
at tjhe Rainier Valley Festival August 15th, 2015
See you next Year!
All proceeds from the Rainier Valley Rotary Club Treasure Trove funds programs serving the SE Seattle community: Franklin HS robotics team, Rainier Beach/Franklin HS science classes, Kimball Elementary Robotics class, Little Free Libraries, Rainier Valley low powered FM radio and more.
09/08/2015 - 07:30
09/08/2015 - 08:30
Amy Bresslour is currently Director of Development for Seattle's Giddens School, which makes her responsible for getting people to donate money to help fund their programs. Many people wonder how gifts and grants, and events, and rummage sales work. What are best practices in fundraising in 2015? Amy will share with us how she got into this career, and what someone thinking of going into it needs to know and do to be effective. Bring your questions!
08/18/2015 - 07:30
08/18/2015 - 08:30
Terry Pickering has been involved in leading Rotary District 5030 for many years, working to innovate the quality of programs (meeting speakers and entertainment) for the 50 local clubs' weekly meetings. Rotary clubs in the Seattle area have over 2200 members - committed to service, ethical practices in our vocations, and success through business networking. We expect to see and hear some bells and whistles when he comes to visit our club (now in our 53rd year).
07/21/2015 - 07:29
07/21/2015 - 08:30
Wayne Ottum is a nationally-recognized expert on strengths training, focused on the big area of helping people recognize how their strengths - whatever they may be - are valuable in some place, and for some applications. Gallup research shows not only do people enjoy their work more when they're playing to their strengths - they get a lot more done.
How do you discover your strengths?
06/09/2015 - 07:30
06/09/2015 - 08:30
This program looks at how Rotary and
the Peace Corps' missons overlap:
Both fulfil these three goals:
1. Meet the need of interested countries
for trained volunteers to perform service.
06/16/2015 - 07:30
06/16/2015 - 08:30
Grace Goodwin is a Graduate Research Assistant, working on the Micro-Community Policing Plans for the Seattle Police Department. She will help us understand the benefit of this program for our neighborhoods' security and vitality. Please bring your questions about how local people can work with our SE Seattle police to make our communities safer and better.