From The News Tribune:
The event is Monday from 4 to 8 p.m. at Rollin’ 253 Skate and Community Center. Admission proceeds will help one of the families affected by the March 22 mudslide.
Tacoma Narrows Rotary is going outside the box with a new event this year. Our thanks to you for 20+ years of support for our “Spring for the Kids” auction.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson will speak about key issues and major cases in the Attorney General’s Office at the April 8 (7 am) meeting of the Tacoma Narrows Rotary Club. Learn about the work of the Attorney General’s Office in Pierce County and hear the latest on major current cases in the news.
United for University Place is a coalition of leaders from the city, the health department, schools, non profits, churches, civic clubs, and business. Welcome Pastor Tyler Pease, at the April 1 (7 am) meeting of Tacoma Narrows Rotary, as he shares how he works with community leaders to share resources, achieve goals and make our city a better place.
Please welcome Daffodil Princesses Sarah Schroeder from Wilson High School, Caiti Driscoll from Curtis High School and Lyndia Mangan from Henry Foss High School at Tacoma Narrows Rotary on Tuesday, March 25 (7 am). They will tell you about themselves and what their royal duties will be in the coming year.
Civility Coach Madonna Hanna will challenge Rotarians to “Drop Kick the Drama” and build goodwill in the workplace at her presentation to the Tacoma Narrows Rotary club on Tuesday, March 18 at 7 am. Her encouraging advice in civility will encourage us to develop better relationships with fellow workers, management and customers/clients.
Douglas Stoeckiht, Associate Director, and Mark Smith, Executive Director for Families Unlimited Network will discuss food banks and the growing needs of the University Place and Fircrest communities and a new fundraising campaign that’s just around the corner at the March 11 (7 am) meeting of that Tacoma Narrows Rotary Club.