Choctaw Chief Gary Batton

  Gary Batton was born December 15, 1966, in Wichita, Kansas. He graduated from Clayton High School in Clayton, Oklahoma in 1985. He began working for the Choctaw Nation at the age of twenty while attending Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Upon graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management in 1989, he accepted the position […]

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Stan Clark

Stan Clark, a native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, graduated from Oklahoma State University in May of 1975 with a BS degree in Business Administration. Clark had a mere $1200 to his name when childhood friend Steve File suggested he might open a bar. Clark eagerly chimed in, “I’ll go in partners with ya!” and the two […]

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Alan Mallory – climbing Mount Everest

FRIDAY – District All Club Luncheon – Grand Casino- Shawnee REGISTER HERE Climbing Mount Everest is considered one of mankind’s greatest feats of endurance. The grueling expedition to the top of the world’s highest peak is a journey filled with unparalleled physical and mental challenges and some of the roughest, most extreme conditions imaginable. In […]

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Jill Donovan – Rustic Cuff

“Rustic Cuff” Jill Donovan was born in Baltimore, raised in Pensacola and graduated from ORU where she met her husband, Terry. She went on to earn her law degree at the University of Tulsa and was an adjunct law professor and practicing attorney for 8 years. Four years ago while on a short sabbatical, she […]

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Chad Wilkerson – Federal Reserve

“Federal Reserve” Chad Wilkerson is Branch Executive of the Kansas City Fed’s Oklahoma City Branch office. In this role, he serves as the Bank’s lead officer and regional economist in the state of Oklahoma. Wilkerson is responsible for recruiting and working with the Branch’s board of directors and for briefing the Kansas City Fed’s president […]

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Graham Colton

 Jr. Rotarian Graduation Day   Graham Colton was born in Oklahoma City and was a lifer at Heritage Hall school. He was an all-state quarterback on the state championship team in 1998 along side best friend Wes Welker. He began writing and performing songs while in high school at local restaurants and coffee shops in […]

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Arts Liaison – Robbie Kienzle

“Art as part of an Economic Engine”   ROBBIE KIENZLE, ARTS LIAISON & PROGRAM PLANNER OFFICE OF ARTS & CULTURAL AFFAIRS CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY PLANNING DEPARTMENT As Arts & Cultural Affairs Liaison for the City of Oklahoma City, Kienzle coordinates arts and cultural initiatives to further the City’s economic, tourism and community development priorities. […]

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Family Justice – Kim Garrett

“Family Justice Center” Kim Garrett- Executive Director  – Palomar Kim Garrett-Funk, LMSW, NACP, is the Executive Director of Palomar, Oklahoma City’s Family Justice Center, which is a collaborative founded by Oklahoma City Police Department. Kim has passionately worked in victim services for 15 years and is certified as an Advanced Advocate through the National Organization […]

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Update – Wheeler District – Blair Humphreys

 “Wheeler District Update” Blair Humphreys works for Humphreys Company, overseeing the design and development of Wheeler – a 150 acre mixed-use urban infill project on the Oklahoma River near downtown Oklahoma City. He has a Master in City Planning and Urban Design degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a BBA in Entrepreneurship from […]

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Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy – U.S. Air Force

“Tinker Air Force Base and the OKC Partnership? Lt. Gen. Lee K. Levy II is the Commander, Air Force Sustainment Center, Air Force Materiel Command, headquartered at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma. As the AFSC Commander, he leads nearly 43,000 Total Force Airmen to deliver combat effects for the immediate and long-term requirements of component […]

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Vocational Tour Day 2017

No meeting at the Petroleum Club…. Attendance will be counted at your Vocational Tour Venue Steve Brooks, 2017 Chair Vocational Day 3-7-17_FINAL-VENUE Vocational Day 3-7-17_FINAL-Rotarian

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Jim Sharrock – Heart Liver Transplant

“GO, Live your Life!”  “Heart and Liver Transplant Story” Jim Sharrock has 43 years of legal experience in private practice and business primarily representing developers and owners of commercial and residential real estate and affordable housing, property managers, architects and engineers, land surveyors, banks, and institutional lenders, but also professional employer organizations, restaurateurs, agri-business organizations, […]

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