• Mike Thompson

    As a citizen Soldier, Mike Thompson has a distinguished public service career. Thompson has over 30 years of service with the state of Oklahoma, including 25 years with the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, graduating from the 45th Oklahoma Highway Patrol Academy in 1990. Thompson rose to the rank of Major with the Oklahoma Highway […]

  • Dave Hager

    Dave Hager is president and chief executive officer of Devon Energy Corporation, one of the nation’s largest independent oil and natural gas producers. He assumed his current position in August 2015. He previously served as chief operating officer. From 2007 until joining the company in 2009 as executive vice president of exploration and production, Hager […]

  • Everett Dobson

    – Chief Executive Officer, Dobson Technologies Everett currently serves as Chief Executive Officer for Dobson Technologies. He was born in Guthrie, OK and grew up in Cheyenne, OK. He attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University (SWOSU) where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Economics. In 1989, with the help of family-owned Dobson Telephone Company, Everett […]

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    Rotary Point

    Rotary Point was conceived as a potential Signature project to combine the Annual Project with a significant one time legacy project. Early discussions in May,2014 between Bud Oehlert, Mike Knopp, Tim Strange and Judge Holmes centered on the Youth Pavilion and the Festival/Medal Ceremony Stage as possible projects. In September and October, 2014 the combined […]

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    Change for Teachers

    Each Tuesday, members donate their loose change to support Change for Teachers and the Oklahoma City Council Teacher of the Month. OKC Rotary recognizes the Teacher of the Month at our meetings and provides a check comprised of funds from the Change for Teachers collection and a match from the Rotary Club 29 Foundation and the Oklahoma City Public Schools Foundation.

    $577 Donated
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    Matching Grant Fund

    Will Beckman, Bob Hammack, Mary Jane Calvey and Bob Medley  represented Club 29 at dedications for projects involving new cardiac monitoring equipment at hospitals in Cluj-Napoca, Romania on June 26th, 2012 and Razlog, Bulgaria on July 3rd, 2012.  Hammack, Beckman, and Calvey attended a dedication of our Literacy Project on June 29th, 2012 in Kadikoy, […]

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    “25 for Club 29”

    In July, 2010, Rotary Club 29 started the “25 for Club 29” program.  Patterned after “Every Rotarian Every Year,” this contribution program funds the local Rotary Club 29 Foundation. $51,425 was contributed in  2010-11, $53,975.00 in 2011-12 for a total of $105,400.00

    $105400 Donated
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