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Rotary Club ofBainbridge Island     65 years    1947 - 2012
Rotary in the Northwest•   Seattle #4 – founded 1909•   Tacoma #8 - founded 1910•   Vancouver #61 – 1913•   Victoria #90 –...
Bainbridge changes 1947-1950•   City of Winslow (Aug. 1947)•   B.I. Rotary (Sept. 1947)•   Bainbridge Island Bank (Sept. 1...
Chartered 1947
Rotary in 1947•   Service organization•   Business & professional men•   Classification principle•   Local club, regional ...
CharterMembers
CharterMembers
1940s          Club Presidents• 1947-48 Bert Klingbeil• 1948-49 Ron Donaldson• 1949-50 Frank Shepard
1950s             Club Presidents•   1950-51 Frank Drebick•   1951-52 Emanuel S. Olson•   1952-53 Burt Sparks•   1953-54 J...
1953-1954• President Judd Huney• July 6-12, 1953: “Bainbridge Island  Centennial Fling”  Sponsored by Rotary as fund-raise...
Parade Route (July 11, 1953)
1958-1959• President Rev. Ike Brubacher• Meeting location changed  Meetings (7 p.m. Wednesday) moved from the American Leg...
The 1960s Rotary Club ofBainbridge Island
Rotary in the 1960s              Club Presidents•   1960-61 Ray Williamson•   1961-62 Jack Gordon•   1962-63 Fred Tyszko• ...
Rotary Club Presidents      1953-1982     35th anniversary celebration,                    1982                    Back ro...
1960: Wild Game Dinner   • Gerald Huntley, club     president 1959-60
Wild Game Dinner
1960: Rotary Auction #1• Gerald Huntley, club  president 1959-60• Ray Williamson, club  president 1960-61
1960 Rotary Auction – Sale items• Animals2 Ducks ($5)Rabbits (1 white, $1.00; 1 female, $3.50)4 Sheep & trailer ($75)Chick...
1960 Rotary Auction – Sale items• GunsMaynard Rifle, 1859 model (Civil War), $7.00• Tee Vees (11)  GE, condition unknown, ...
1961 Auction Volunteers
1961 Auctioneers: Tyszko & Elicker
Rotary in 1962           Seattle World’s Fair• June 11, 1962: Rotary   Day at the World’s Fair• Followed R.I. convention  ...
Rotary in 1962               Seattle World’s Fair• Jack Gordon, B.I. club  president 1961-62• Fred Tyszko, B.I. club  pres...
1963-64• President Russ  Johnson 1963-64 budget
1964-1965• President  Eddie  Rollins With Kiwanis president Bob Schroeder
1965-1966• President Charlie  Elicker
Rotary in 1966-1967• President Louis Frohning• Eyeglasses fund The club clarified arrangements with the school nurse for c...
Rotary Auction 1967
Rotary Auction 1967
Rotary Auction 1967
Rotary in 1967-1968• President Russ Keys• International Youth ExchangeMaria-Elena McCann, of Bainbridge Island, spent the ...
Rotary Auction 19681968 Rotarian auctioneers: Fred Tyszko, Charlie Elicker, Eddie Rollins, Jerry Orr
Rotary Auction crowd, 1968at Commodore Bainbridge School
1968-1969• President Don Nakata• International Youth Exchange Bainbridge Island hosted Rotary Exchange student Mark Saunde...
1968-1969• Migrant Day Care $50 grant to Inter- Parish Council
1969-1970• President Chuck Cole• Historical Museum Funds from the 1969 and 1970 Auctions were used to help the Bainbridge ...
Rotary Auction 1969Saturday, September 6Commodore Bainbridge School1:00 to 4:00 p.m., open house &   silent bid7:30 to 11:...
The 1960s Rotary Field &Bainbridge Parks
Rotary 1952 to 2012             Rotary Field• December 1952: Rotary Field purchase Rotary bought 10 acres for $2,200 for R...
Spring 1953:Improvements to Rotary Field
Rotary 1952 to 2012                Rotary Field• 1965: Park District created  Rotary paid the cost ($1,500) to place the m...
Rotary Field in the 1960s
Rotary Field       The field was turned over to       the Park District in 1966, and       is still heavily used.
Rotary Field in 2012 – next?
Rotary in the 1960s          Other park projects• 1966: Strawberry Hill & Eagledale US government decided to sell former N...
1971-1972 Fort Ward Boat RampRotary contribution of $6,900provided for installation of boatramp at Fort Ward State Park.
The 1960sScholarships
Rotary Scholarships               55 years• First scholarship was $250 in 1957.• Statement of Purpose, 1957:   The Rotary ...
Rotary 1957 to 2012                Scholarships• Scholarships have been awarded since 1957• Early years: $250 each•   1957...
Rotary 1957 to 2012                   Scholarships• Scholarships awarded since 1957• 2012: 10 recipients, total over $20,0...
The 1960sPolio Eradication
Rotary 1950s to 2012  Polio Eradication
Polio Eradication history• US, 1952: 58,000 cases of polio; 3,000 deaths,  21,000 paralyzed• 1955: Vaccine available• 1960...
Polio Eradication• April, 1955: Vaccine available• December, 1955: B.I. Rotary funding for vaccine
The 1960sBainbridge Public     Library
Rotary in 1962:Bainbridge Public Library
LibraryFurnishings   1962
Library Remodels        Ground was broken in 1981 for a        major addition, funded in part by        Rotary Auction pro...
1995-96: Library ExpansionFunds from the 1994-96 RotaryAuctions provided $150,000 for amajor expansion of the publiclibrar...
Bainbridge Rotary     in 2012
Changes since the 1960s•   Two meetings (2001)•   Annual fund-raising (the Auction)•   Women in Rotary (1980s)•   Internat...
The Auction continues    (June 30, 2012)
Bainbridge Island Library and Bainbridge Island Rotary Auction - a 50 Year Friendship
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How the Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island helped build the Bainbridge Island Library with the first annual Rotary Auction.

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  1. 1. Rotary Club ofBainbridge Island 65 years 1947 - 2012
  2. 2. Rotary in the Northwest• Seattle #4 – founded 1909• Tacoma #8 - founded 1910• Vancouver #61 – 1913• Victoria #90 – 1913• Bremerton – 1931• Bainbridge Island #6723 – 1947
  3. 3. Bainbridge changes 1947-1950• City of Winslow (Aug. 1947)• B.I. Rotary (Sept. 1947)• Bainbridge Island Bank (Sept. 1948)• American Legion Hall (Feb. 1950)• Agate Pass Bridge (Oct. 1950)• Washington State Ferries (1950)• New state highway
  4. 4. Chartered 1947
  5. 5. Rotary in 1947• Service organization• Business & professional men• Classification principle• Local club, regional district, part of Rotary International
  6. 6. CharterMembers
  7. 7. CharterMembers
  8. 8. 1940s Club Presidents• 1947-48 Bert Klingbeil• 1948-49 Ron Donaldson• 1949-50 Frank Shepard
  9. 9. 1950s Club Presidents• 1950-51 Frank Drebick• 1951-52 Emanuel S. Olson• 1952-53 Burt Sparks• 1953-54 Judd Huney• 1954-55 David G. Myers• 1955-56 Lew Daughters• 1956-57 C. Vann Bucklin• 1957-58 Bob Rodal• 1958-59 Rev. Ike Brubacher• 1959-60 Gerald B. Huntley
  10. 10. 1953-1954• President Judd Huney• July 6-12, 1953: “Bainbridge Island Centennial Fling” Sponsored by Rotary as fund-raiser, netting $826.23 100 years since Washington Territory was established Community-wide parade on July 11• Negotiations with Navy Navy deactivating their Radio School and Base at Fort Ward. Recreation center there was available to a non- profit organization to operate for the community.• Rotary International convention in Seattle Seattle 4, Bainbridge, and other area clubs were host.
  11. 11. Parade Route (July 11, 1953)
  12. 12. 1958-1959• President Rev. Ike Brubacher• Meeting location changed Meetings (7 p.m. Wednesday) moved from the American Legion Hall to the Martinique Restaurant in Winslow.• Dues increase Club dues were raised from $20 to $30 per year• Club project “Considerable discussion took place concerning a club project for the year, and it was moved and seconded that as a specific project the Club move towards construction of a public library. Carried.”
  13. 13. The 1960s Rotary Club ofBainbridge Island
  14. 14. Rotary in the 1960s Club Presidents• 1960-61 Ray Williamson• 1961-62 Jack Gordon• 1962-63 Fred Tyszko• 1963-64 Russell R. Johnson• 1964-65 Eddie Rollins• 1965-66 Charlie Elicker• 1966-67 Louis Frohning• 1967-68 Russell Keys• 1968-69 Everett E. (Bud) Barnes (1/2 year)• 1968-69 Don Nakata• 1969-70 Chuck Cole
  15. 15. Rotary Club Presidents 1953-1982 35th anniversary celebration, 1982 Back row, L to R Joe Lovato (1979-80) Dwayne Swanson (1973-74) Vann Bucklin (1956-57) Bob Rodal (1957-58) Don Nakta (1968-69) Lou Frohning (1966-67) Judd Huney (1953-54) Bill Estep (1975-76) Sam Duncan (1982-83) Jack Gordon (1961-62) Front row: Charlie Elicker (1965-66) Fred Tyszko (1962-63) Ike Brubacher (1958-59) Lew Daughters (1955-56)
  16. 16. 1960: Wild Game Dinner • Gerald Huntley, club president 1959-60
  17. 17. Wild Game Dinner
  18. 18. 1960: Rotary Auction #1• Gerald Huntley, club president 1959-60• Ray Williamson, club president 1960-61
  19. 19. 1960 Rotary Auction – Sale items• Animals2 Ducks ($5)Rabbits (1 white, $1.00; 1 female, $3.50)4 Sheep & trailer ($75)Chickens: 2 chickens ($3.00); 5 bantams ($2.50); 2 boxes bantams ($7.00)• Automobiles 1951 DeSoto ($25); 1950 Ford ($75); 1947 Studebaker ($15); 1948 Plymouth ($65)• Lots Two ¾-acre lots, donated by Maldor & Edna Flodin ($400 each)
  20. 20. 1960 Rotary Auction – Sale items• GunsMaynard Rifle, 1859 model (Civil War), $7.00• Tee Vees (11) GE, condition unknown, $6.00 Others, $4 to $35• Oil & Gas 500 gallons furnace oil, $55 10 gallons gas & lube & oil change, $5.00• Trucks 1933 Dodge ($20); Chev pick-up ($50)
  21. 21. 1961 Auction Volunteers
  22. 22. 1961 Auctioneers: Tyszko & Elicker
  23. 23. Rotary in 1962 Seattle World’s Fair• June 11, 1962: Rotary Day at the World’s Fair• Followed R.I. convention in Los Angeles• Rotary luncheon at the Seattle Center Arena• House of Friendship• Tickets $3.00
  24. 24. Rotary in 1962 Seattle World’s Fair• Jack Gordon, B.I. club president 1961-62• Fred Tyszko, B.I. club president, 1962-63
  25. 25. 1963-64• President Russ Johnson 1963-64 budget
  26. 26. 1964-1965• President Eddie Rollins With Kiwanis president Bob Schroeder
  27. 27. 1965-1966• President Charlie Elicker
  28. 28. Rotary in 1966-1967• President Louis Frohning• Eyeglasses fund The club clarified arrangements with the school nurse for children in need of glasses. The children will be referred to the local optometrist, and the club advised of costs for the eyeglasses.
  29. 29. Rotary Auction 1967
  30. 30. Rotary Auction 1967
  31. 31. Rotary Auction 1967
  32. 32. Rotary in 1967-1968• President Russ Keys• International Youth ExchangeMaria-Elena McCann, of Bainbridge Island, spent the year as a Rotary exchange student in South Africa• Purchase of Eagledale and Strawberry Hill park property
  33. 33. Rotary Auction 19681968 Rotarian auctioneers: Fred Tyszko, Charlie Elicker, Eddie Rollins, Jerry Orr
  34. 34. Rotary Auction crowd, 1968at Commodore Bainbridge School
  35. 35. 1968-1969• President Don Nakata• International Youth Exchange Bainbridge Island hosted Rotary Exchange student Mark Saunders, from Perth, Australia, for 12 months beginning February 1968.
  36. 36. 1968-1969• Migrant Day Care $50 grant to Inter- Parish Council
  37. 37. 1969-1970• President Chuck Cole• Historical Museum Funds from the 1969 and 1970 Auctions were used to help the Bainbridge Island Historical Society move an old school building (now the museum) from school property to a new site at Strawberry Hill Park. Auction funds also helped pay for the building’s heating, display cases, and a new roof.
  38. 38. Rotary Auction 1969Saturday, September 6Commodore Bainbridge School1:00 to 4:00 p.m., open house & silent bid7:30 to 11:00 p.m., live auction
  39. 39. The 1960s Rotary Field &Bainbridge Parks
  40. 40. Rotary 1952 to 2012 Rotary Field• December 1952: Rotary Field purchase Rotary bought 10 acres for $2,200 for Recreation Site• Spring 1953: Field improvements The club began work to clear and level the grounds• 1957: Further field improvements• 1962: Restrooms installed
  41. 41. Spring 1953:Improvements to Rotary Field
  42. 42. Rotary 1952 to 2012 Rotary Field• 1965: Park District created Rotary paid the cost ($1,500) to place the measure on the ballot. Creation of the district approved by the voters in May, 1965.• 1965 Park commissioners First park commissioners were Dick Adair, Vann Bucklin, Lou Frohning, Russ Johnson, and Nob Koura, and Jack Gordon was appointed secretary.• 1966: Rotary Field donated Feb. 1966: Rotary donated Rotary Field to the Park District
  43. 43. Rotary Field in the 1960s
  44. 44. Rotary Field The field was turned over to the Park District in 1966, and is still heavily used.
  45. 45. Rotary Field in 2012 – next?
  46. 46. Rotary in the 1960s Other park projects• 1966: Strawberry Hill & Eagledale US government decided to sell former Nike missile sites. Park District asked Rotary to make the initial $7,000 payment so the sites could be purchased.• 1971: Strawberry Hill park improvements Rotary donated $5,340, so Park District could receive state & federal matching funds
  47. 47. 1971-1972 Fort Ward Boat RampRotary contribution of $6,900provided for installation of boatramp at Fort Ward State Park.
  48. 48. The 1960sScholarships
  49. 49. Rotary Scholarships 55 years• First scholarship was $250 in 1957.• Statement of Purpose, 1957: 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.
  50. 50. Rotary 1957 to 2012 Scholarships• Scholarships have been awarded since 1957• Early years: $250 each• 1957: Frank Kitamoto (UW)• 1959: David Jones (UW)• 1960: Bert Pedersen (Western)• 1961: James Hoodenpyle (Oregon State)• 1965: Linda Petherick (Western)
  51. 51. Rotary 1957 to 2012 Scholarships• Scholarships awarded since 1957• 2012: 10 recipients, total over $20,000Kristi Worley, Nico Lucioni, Sydney Barnes-Grant, Sabrina Weschler, Emily Applewhite,
  52. 52. The 1960sPolio Eradication
  53. 53. Rotary 1950s to 2012 Polio Eradication
  54. 54. Polio Eradication history• US, 1952: 58,000 cases of polio; 3,000 deaths, 21,000 paralyzed• 1955: Vaccine available• 1960: 2,500 paralytic cases in US• 1979: Last outbreak in US• 1985: Rotary International begins PolioPlus• 1988: 350,000 cases worldwide• 2011: 650 cases• Since 1988: 2.5 billion children immunized• 2012: Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nigeria, 55 cases YTD
  55. 55. Polio Eradication• April, 1955: Vaccine available• December, 1955: B.I. Rotary funding for vaccine
  56. 56. The 1960sBainbridge Public Library
  57. 57. Rotary in 1962:Bainbridge Public Library
  58. 58. LibraryFurnishings 1962
  59. 59. Library Remodels Ground was broken in 1981 for a major addition, funded in part by Rotary Auction proceeds. Opening day was March 17, 1982.
  60. 60. 1995-96: Library ExpansionFunds from the 1994-96 RotaryAuctions provided $150,000 for amajor expansion of the publiclibrary, doubling its size.
  61. 61. Bainbridge Rotary in 2012
  62. 62. Changes since the 1960s• Two meetings (2001)• Annual fund-raising (the Auction)• Women in Rotary (1980s)• International projects
  63. 63. The Auction continues (June 30, 2012)
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