STEVE MALONE: Earthquake Early Warning in Cascadia Retired Director, Pacific Northwest Seismic Network, University of Washington.
Public alerting of impending strong ground shaking seconds before it starts is now possible and is planned to be implemented in the Northwest within a year or so. Understanding its limitations and, more importantly, what to do when a ShakeAlert is issued is critical for its successful use
Abel Pacheco is the Government & Community Relations Manager for the Central Corridor (Seattle) at Sound Transit.
Prior to joining Sound Transit, Abel served on the Seattle City Council and represented District Four during 2019. Abel completed his fellowship at The Seattle Foundation, and has worked at the Seattle Police Foundation and the University of Washington. He is a graduate of the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at the UW, and is a renter in Ravenna. As a car-free Seattleite, Abel is passionate about ensuring that our community has a robust transportation network to ensure that Seattle remains a great place to live, work, and visit.
Solar electricity is a wonderful concept. Take free power from the sun and use it to power electrical equipment. It always raises some basic questions, however.
How much ..... does it cost? does it save? .....does one hastle to install it?
Meet the owner of a LOCAL company, SPHERE SOLAR ENERGY, and learn how much the technology has improved in recent years to save time and money and ENERGY BILLS, and ways of life in THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES!
We all learn from our teachers.
But who TEACHES THE TEACHERS?
Train for Change empowers Honduran teacher leaders through professional development to improve the quality of education for 1 million children in the most impoverished areas of the country. Come hear about the lived experiences of teachers and students, how Rotary-grown leaders are taking charge, and the impact of Rotary Global Grant 1747029. Maxie Gluckman is a Ph.D. student and Past President, Rotary E-Club of San Diego Global.
Josh Field, Outreach Director
At First Tee, kids and teens are learning to play golf along with life lessons and leadership skills. Experts in youth development, golf, and coaching came together to develop the First Tee Life Skills Curriculum. Through the curriculum, coaches seamlessly integrate golf and character building activities into each lesson. Come learn more about this amazing program!
COME LEARN WHAT MAKES LITERACY SOURCE DIFFERENT! Area community and technical colleges do much to address the needs of adults who seek to improve their basic skills or learn English, but many individuals face barriers that prevent them from attending community college classes or need more individualized support than large classes can provide. Come hear how Literacy Source serves these individuals with more flexible scheduling, individualized instruction, and/or on-going support and guidance to succeed.
Our Speaker April 16 - Major Robert Reardon
RING THE BELL! This Thursday, Sargent Reardon of the Salvation Army will explain all the things the Salvation Army DOES for the most vulnerable in our community: Greenwood Food Bank, Meal Delivery for Seniors, Meals at area shelters, as well as the regular utility and housing assistance they're most known for. But most importantly, they provide HOPE ... Join us on ZOOM to see how they DO IT!