12-8-15 News and Announcements

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In the News

Kevin Gordon was featured the in the Q&A Business
section of The Oklahoman regarding religious and nonprofit
employers.

Frank McPherson was honored recently by the Okla.
Medical Research Foundation. He was named a life
director for his service on the foundation’s boad.

Dr. Ron Sutor received the NESA Outstanding Eagle Award for his lifetime of achievement by the Last Frontier Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

Debby Hampton CEO of the United Way was featured in an article for their grant of $1,200,000 over three years to help implement a program to make a substantial impact on mental health and substance abuse.

Last but certainly not least, Jim Priest was profiled in an article that mentioned his love of non-profits as the new CEO of Sunbeam Family Services after 35 years as a practicing attorney.

Evan Burrell – Acting Editor of Rotary Down Under

Present at the 12-8 meeting was Evan Burrell, a Rotarian, former Interactor, former Rotaractor, former Youth Exchange student and current Acting Editor of Rotary Down Under (the Rotarian magazine of Australia and New Zealand) as well as a well-known Rotary blogger. He is from Sydney, Australia, and is a member of the Rotary International Rotaract/Interact Committee and the RI Committee on Alumni Relations. He was hosted by PDG Marty Postic

Marty O'Gwynn - OCU/Club 29 Rotaract Chair , Evan Burrell, Tim Strange & PDG Marty Postic

Marty O’Gwynn – OCU/Club 29 Rotaract Chair , Evan Burrell, Tim Strange & PDG Marty Postic

December Teacher of the Month

Tony Flores Wiley Post Elementary School – Music Instructor

President Tim Strange, December Teacher of the Month Tony Flores - Wiley Post Elementary, Sheryl Rexach - Principal Wiley Post, Caroline Gist - Chair Teacher of the Month Committee

President Tim Strange, December Teacher of the Month Tony Flores – Wiley Post Elementary, Sheryl Rexach – Principal Wiley Post, Caroline Gist – Chair Teacher of the Month Committee

Salvation Army Bell Ringing

60+ Rotarians rang bells for the Salvation Army on Friday, Dec. 4 at 9 locations.  Since 1943, Club 29 has raised $275,000 for the Salvation Army

Mary Jane Calvey and Ron Grace ring Bells

Mary Jane Calvey and Ron Grace ring Bells

Max Doleh and Joe McKenzie

Max Doleh and Joe McKenzie

1st Daughter Juliann Strange, and Ashley Smith

1st Daughter Juliann Strange, and Ashley Smith

Cool Dudes Ron Perry and Jim Jennings

Cool Dudes Ron Perry and Jim Jennings

2015 Salvation Army Chair Don Wetekam, Keith Oehlert, and Friend ring Bells

2015 Salvation Army Chair Don Wetekam, Keith Oehlert, and Friend ring Bells

2016-17 Rotary Officers and Directors announced

Congratulations to all!  2016-17 Officers and Directors

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