• Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Your local Woodinvile Rotary Club thanks the community for supporting their Auction this year.  The club is happy to report that they have fully funded all of their initiatives for the year because of generous donations from the community.  The club’s annual auction is the primary fundraiser for the year and this year over $80,000 was raised for their charitable giving campaign.  The club’s 50 members and families are involved in a myriad of club projects and activities such as Rotary First Harvest, Family Jewels Ball Crawl, Northshore Santa Breakfast and Rotary Park Skate Board Challenge. The Club welcomes new members in the spirit of Service Above Self.
Funds raised by The Rotary Club help fund Operation Warm Coats, Love a Neighbor Haiti Mission, Scholarship Foundation of Northshore 2019 Scholarships, Peace Poles, UWBothell Rotaract Club, Pop Keeney Stadium Memorial Plaque and various discretionary local projects deemed worthy of the clubs attention such as homelessness.   
Rotary members are retired men and women, professional, non-partisan, non-secular, open minded, willing to serve with a desire to be part of a peace building community.  

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