The next two programs at the Kirkland Rotary are of much interest to Kirklanders. On Monday, October 26, Ken McKenzie will review pros and cons of Kirkland's Prop 1 to build the Aquatic, Recreation and Community Center in the Totem Lake area for the upcoming election.
The following Monday, Nov. 2, the subject will be local sustainable energy by Rachel Brombaugh the chairman of Northwest SEED, "Sustainable Energy for Economic Development". (www.nwseed.org) SEED provides technical assistance, education, research, and advocacy for developing energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
The Rotary meetings are at the Woodmark Hotel on Carillon Point at 6:15. The programs usually start about 6:45 lasting for 45 minutes. Come just for the program or for dinner about 6:00 with $25 and give Bob Webb a call at 206 660-9423 at least a day ahead so we can set a place for you.