Ferguson’s goal is to visit every Rotary club in Washington state
RICHLAND — Attorney General Bob Ferguson is today speaking to the Richland Riverside Rotary, the 100th Rotary he has visited since taking office.
Ferguson has attended Rotary meetings in 25 of Washington’s 39 counties. After taking office in 2013, he committed to visiting all of the state’s 187 Rotary clubs. His first Rotary meeting as Attorney General was in Auburn.
“With every Rotarian I meet, I learn more about the Washington communities I serve,” Ferguson said. “Listening to these local leaders has made me a better Attorney General.”
“We would like to thank the Attorney General for including us in his visit to the Tri-Cities,” said Scott Ashby, Richland Riverside Rotary Club President. “We are honored to be his 100th Rotary.”
Each point represents a Rotary club Attorney General Ferguson has visited since taking office.
A complete list of Rotary clubs the Attorney General has visited is available here.
Don’t see your Rotary club on the list? Invite the Attorney General to your Rotary meeting using this form.
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