MI Rotary to hear from candidates for political office

The Mercer Island Rotary Club, which meets each Tuesday at the Mercer Island Community and Event Center, invites the public to join them to hear upcoming speakers.

According to Rotary member, Chuck Maylin, the club is expecting to schedule candidate for governor, Rob McKenna, for an upcoming meeting.

The Mercer Island Rotary Club will hear from candidates for office in the coming weeks.

Jay Inslee spoke at the Rotary meeting in August. Steve Litzow and Maureen Judge, both candidates for the state Senate, appeared yesterday at the Rotary meeting after Reporter deadline.

On Sept. 11, Bill Grace, of the Center for Ethical Leadership, will speak about global awareness in the post-9/11 world.

The two candidates for King County Sheriff will appear at the meeting on Sept. 18.

The public is invited to the meeting. Visitors may purchase lunch.


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