Join host Dr. Thomas Lamar as he sets out to interview Each and Every One of the 11 presidents that cast vision and lead our club through its beginning decade.
2005-2006 was our second official year as a club and the year that our 3rd president took the lead — Mr. Chuck Atcheson.
Remembering Chuck’s Year with some of his fellow board members (left to right: Gene, Bill, Helen, & Nancy)
Unfortunately, Chuck suffered a major stroke in April 2013 and is now physically unable to share his memories regarding his year as president. In his place, though, we sit down with four of his fellow board members (Gene Medina, Nancy Martin, Helen Ralph, and Bill Maule) to pay homage to, and to remember, his service — his “Service Above Self.”
Join Dr. Thomas Lamar of Service Above Self Radio for a “Rotary Moment,” as he takes a look back over our community-centric club’s first decade. With the help the presidents who led the charge, Lamar turns back the clock to 2003 and walks the viewer through each and every year to present day — and, in light of the recent passing of our club’s most senior and beloved charter member, Rea Mowery, does it in the spirit of Rea’s Rotary Moments by honoring his commitment of service to Rotary and those who served with him.
Join host Dr. Thomas Lamar of the Kingston North Kitsap Rotary Club as he sits down with the president of the Kathleen Sutton Inspirational Fund, Vivi-Ann Parnell — a fund that since 2003 has been providing financial transportation assistance for female patients undergoing cancer treatment in Kitsap, Jefferson, Clallam, and Mason counties in Washington State. Transportation costs for patients undergoing treatment are a huge expense that many women cannot afford. With the Kathleen Sutton Inspirational Fund paying for their ferry tickets, gas, parking, tolls, and other related costs, a huge burden is lifted in their already difficult lives.
Join host Dr. Thomas Lamar as he grabs his mic and heads to a rather “tasty” event that has all of Kingston’s neighbors rolling up their sleeves, bringing their forks, and breaking out their wallets to see a vision to fruition — a vision that looks to build a town-centered hub that connects and strengthens community. It’s the Kingston Village Green, and when it’s done, it will be a place that is both an integrational, multifunctional community center and library, and a park that’s a gathering place for people of all ages.