10-20-15 News

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Tom Friedemann and Kitt Letcher were each featured in the Executive Q&A of the Oklahoman the past two weeks.

Bob Funk, was featured on Oct. 13th in the Wall Street Journal with an op ed piece on free enterprise.

Former Attorney General Drew Edmondson will be inducted into the Okla. Law Enforcement Hall of Fame on Dec. 12, 2015.

Announcements  

Any Rotarians who would like to sing (especially female voices) are invited to join the Club 29  chorale. We want to make a good showing for the filming of the National Anthem for a Thunder Game audition, which is Tues. 10-27.  We need reinforcements!! Please be at rehearsal at 11:15 next Tuesday… The Chorale will sing on the Veterans Day program Nov. 10, and for the Holiday Program,  Dec. 15.

Any Rotarian wishing to be a Mentor to new Rotarians, please contact the office.

In Sympathy

Jon Withrow passed away yesterday. Memorial arrangements will be made for a service in Norman.  He has been in Dallas at a hospital since last Thanksgiving and just recently moved to a nursing home.

World Polio Day – Friday, Oct. 23 5:30pm – CDT

Guests at the event streaming from New York City will include Global Polio Eradication Initiative partners, celebrity ambassadors, polio survivors, and others.

This update comes at an important time in the fight to eradicate polio, which would be only the second human disease to be eradicated. Case numbers of the disease have never been lower, and only two countries (Afghanistan and Pakistan) have never stopped transmission of the wild poliovirus.

Overall, remarkable progress has been achieved in the fight against polio. Since 1988, the number of polio cases has been reduced from 350,000 a year to fewer than 700 cases in 2011 and we are this close to eradicating Polio forever.

So tune in Friday in support of World Polio Day.
 

1 Comments for : 10-20-15 News
    • Larry Bledsoe
    • October 21, 2015
    Reply

    Hi Cheryl…
    Thank you for your hard work that keeps all of us informed on Club 29’s ‘happenings.’ It is sincerely appreciated.
    Larry

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