8-23-16 News and Announcements

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Photos  from the Annual Bedlam Meeting

 

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Paul Folger - KOCO News Anchor and President Terri Cooper

Paul Folger – KOCO News Anchor and President Terri Cooper

IN THE NEWS
Brad Barghols, the new CEO of the American Red Cross of Oklahoma and Arkansas was featured in an article in the Business Section of last Sunday’s Oklahoman.
Clay Cockrill of Manhattan Construction received the Volunteer of the Year Award from Rebuilding Together.
Councilperson Meg Salyer and Michael Whittington CEO of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art represented the city in San Diego at the change of command of the USS Oklahoma City, a nuclear powered fast attack submarine.

Deanna Atkinson recently obtained her national certification as a Registered Environmental Manager through the national registry of Environmental Professionals.
Several Rotarians will be among the honorees at the Journal Record’s Woman of the Year gala on November 2nd. They are Susan Agel, Jan Barrick, Mary Jane Calvey, Elizabeth Hunt, Gail Huneryager, Molly Kerr, Cori Loomis, Cynda Ottaway, Paula Porter, Edie Roodman and Lisa Synar. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Service Saturday Committee is still looking for volunteers to take phone calls during the OETA AugustFest fundraiser. The shift is this coming Saturday from 11:30 to 6. You can sign up here. This is a great way to help public television in Oklahoma.

One of the things Rotarians do world wide is to provide financial assistance in case of disaster. In response to the tremendous need resulting from the recent devastating flooding in Louisiana, we are collecting funds for the victims. Our Club 29 Foundation will match contributions dollar for dollar up to $10,000. The funds will be sent to the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge or one of the local disaster relief agencies. Pledge/pay here

Quote of the Day

From legendary football coach Lou Holtz –
Ability is what you’re capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it. And … Remember that you can’t really achieve anything great without the help of others

 

 

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