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Where does the money go?

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    • Founded in 1947
      The original meeting place was the
      Odd Fellows Hall
      near Lynwood Center
    • The first Auction & Rummage Sale was held in 1960 at Winslow ShipyardNet proceeds: $5,663.15
      Auction & Rummage Sale
    • Growth
      1960    $5,663.15 
      1984     $26,733 
      2010    $370,604
    • 50 Year Total
      $5 million
    • Where the $ Goes
    • Where the $ Goes 2009-11
      Bainbridge Island Park District – Portable Stage
      Sakai and Commodore Schools – Defibrillators
      Helpline House – Pave Upper Parking Lot, access for disabled
      BHS Shop Refit – Replace Older Unsafe Equipment
      KidiMu – Elevator in New Building
      Sportsmen’s Club – Replace Front Porch / make accessible
      Hope House – Energy Retrofit
    • Where the $ Goes 2009-11
      Sakai School – Solar Project
      Island Music Center – Replace Damaged Carpeting
      West Sound Wildlife Shelter – Video Monitoring & Streaming
      Woodward School – Expand Garden Area
      Literacy Council of Kitsap County – Books for English as a Second Language
      Bainbridge Island Historical Museum – Computers & Software
    • Where the $ Goes 2009-11
      Bainbridge Island Little League – PA for Strawberry Hill Park
      Smiles for Life – Affordable Dental Care for Seniors
      Trust for Working Landscapes – Greenhouse for Farmers & Ag Ed
      Sustainable Bainbridge – Solar Powered Trash & Recycling Kiosk
      Suzuki Trail Improvements
    • Bainbridge Island Library Construction
      Net proceeds of the first two Auctions went entirely towards construction of the new Bainbridge Island Library
    • Rotary Field
      One of Rotary’s first purchases
      10 acres on Weaver Road
      Today, the home of
      Bainbridge Island
      Little League
    • Eagledale & Strawberry Hill Parks
      1965 and 1966 Auction proceeds used to acquire two former Nike
      Anti-Aircraft Missile sites
    • Bainbridge Island Historical Museum
      1969 & 1970 Auction funds helped
      move an old school building
      Auction funds also helped pay for
      heating, display cases, and a new roof
    • Fort Ward Boat Ramp
      1971 & 1972 Auction
      funds & members built
      the ramp, the first facility
      built through cooperation
      between State Parks
      and a service club
      were used to
      construct the boat
      launching ramp at Fort
      Ward State Park.
    • Bainbridge Island Ambulance Association
      1980-1981 helped
      buy a new ambulance
    • Library Expansion
      In 1981 a major addition began, funded in part by Rotary Auction proceeds
    • Helpline House Storage Barn
      1988 - 1992 funds helped build a new storage facility.
      Recently funds have been given to upgrade their telephone system and install a new heating and ventilation system.
    • Bainbridge Commons
      1994 – Rotary contributed $100,000 toward the cost of building the Bainbridge Commons at Waterfront Park
    • More Library Expansion
      $150,000 from the 1994-96 Rotary Auctions helped double the size
    • Ritchie Observatory
      $15,000 to convert a former Naval radio-control center
      at Battle Point Park into an observatory
    • Bainbridge Aquatic Center
    • Kids Up!
      $10,000 & hands-on effort, to construct the central pavilion in the Kids Up play area at Battle Point Park
    • Boys and Girls Club
      Rotary contributed $125,000 toward construction of the Boys & Girls Club facility
    • Scholarships
      The first Bainbridge Island Rotary Scholarship—for $250—was awarded in 1957.
      Statement of Award: “The Rotary Club has for its purpose the development of the ideal of unselfish service to community and nation. In relation to this purpose, a scholarship will be awarded each year to a graduating senior planning to further his education, who has performed creditable service to school and community.”
    • Service Above Self Scholarships
      1996-1997
      The club expanded its scholarship program
      and increased emphasis on community
      service as a factor in determining scholarship
      recipients.
    • Scholarships
      In 2010, the Club awarded college education grants worth a total of $21,250 to nine Bainbridge High School graduating seniors.
      In 2011, the program expanded to include up to $5,000 worth of grants to students pursuing a vocational or technical education.
    • Band Uniforms & Senior Center
      1984-1985
      $5,000 toward the purchase of new uniforms
      $5,000 to the Bainbridge Island Senior Community Center
    • 2000-2001
      School bus boat for Guatemala
      The club awarded $4,400 to buy a boat and engine for a water taxi service for school children in Guatemala.
      Uganda discovery project
      The club approved $6,000 for a discovery process, to include two Rotarians traveling to Uganda to investigate possible international projects.
    • Rotary Skate Bowl
      2001
    • Woodward Computer Lab
      2002-2003
    • Uganda Clean Water
      Over 80 wells
      And counting!
    • Rotary Exchange Students
    • 2004-2005
      Rotary International celebrates 100 years
      Bainbridge Rotary
      builds a Centennial Park
    • Who has made all this possible?
    • Who has made all this possible?
      YOU!
    • Who has made all this possible?
      WITHOUT VOLUNTEERS
      LIKE YOU
      THE AUCTION COULD NOT HAPPEN
    • Who has made all this possible?
      THANK YOU!!!!!
    • 1961 Auction Volunteers
    • Rotary Auction 1967
    • Rotary Auction 1983
      Auction volunteers
    • 1995 Auction
      Commodore Bainbridge School
    • 2002-2003
      2003 Auction volunteers