Ridgefield City Manager Steve Stuart will host the Rotary Club of Three Creeks and present an update on the State of the City of Ridgefield, during our club's first-ever off-site meeting, Thursday, June 30.
The meeting will be held during our normal 5:30-6:30 p.m. window in the downstairs meeting room at Tri-Mountain Golf Course (1701 NW 299th St, Ridgefield),
Stuart, in his second year as city manager, has been instrumental in a number of growth-oriented projects around Ridgefield - the fastest growing city in the state of Washington four of the last five years - and has completed a new branding program that includes a new logo for the city.
The former Clark County Commissioner will update us on what's happening in Ridgefield and provide a glimpse of what the future holds for the city. This is one meeting that's not to be missed!
The first-ever off-site meeting of the Rotary Club of Vancouver Three Creeks has been confirmed for Thursday, June 30 in Ridgefield. As per usual, the meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m.
Ridgefield City Manager Steve Stuart will be our host, and will provide an update of all of the amazing things happening in the fastest-growing city in Washington four of the last five years. Fellowship and learning about Ridgefield will be the plan of the evening.
Location will be announced soon, but make your plans now to attend this first-ever off-site meeting of our club.
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Nelson Holmberg delivered an interesting presentation about his two trips to Doha, Qatar at the second-ever meeting of the Rotary Club of Vancouver Three Creeks last night.
His presentation included a video of the 2014 H1 Unlimited Oryx Cup/UIM World Championship to begin the meeting. He then discussed life in Qatar, and how its capitol city - Doha - is the economic center of the tiny nation that's driven by global export of natural gas. Qatar, roughly the same size as Connecticut, sits on the second-largest known reserve of natural gas on the planet.
His presentation ranged from how he got involved in hydroplane racing, through his two world-championship winning trips to Qatar with the Graham Trucking unlimited hydroplane team, to his current hobby of racing outboard hydroplanes.
A nearly-full room of charter members, as well as potential new members witnessed the presentation and reported they had a good time with the meeting.