Winter Party – RSVP

Winter Party Oklahoma History Center No Tuesday Meeting – Attendance will be counted at the Party 6:00-9:00 pm Festive Attire 75.00 per person billed on quarterly Statement Corli Loomis – Chair RSVP

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Holiday Meeting Schedule

No Tuesday Luncheon Dec. 26, 2017 No Tuesday Luncheon January 2, 2018 and No Makeup Required   

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Holiday Program

Annual Holiday Program Performers Caroling – Club 29 Chorale Vocal Solo – Georgia Fiering, Soprano Trumpet Soloist – David Hooten Duet – Sopranos Lou Kohlman and Anne Roberts Middle Eastern music – Mohammad Farzaneh Duet  – Lance McDaniel and Amy Young Piano collaboration – Cheryl Byrd   Chair of the Day Lance McDaniel is an […]

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John Woods – TSET

“Changes in the TSET Program” Executive Director John Woods is the executive director of TSET. Woods has experience in business and policy at the state and national level. Woods previously worked as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Norman Chamber of Commerce, serving on the Board of Directors of the Norman Economic Development […]

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Advent – Think of those less fortunate – Rick Stansberry

Advent – a time to think of those less Fortunate – Rick Stansberry This is an exciting and yet busy time of the year. For those of us who are of the Christian faith, we are in the Season of Advent, which is the four weeks prior to Christmas. This year’s Advent season is the […]

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Salvation Army 2017 Final Bell Ringing Schedule

Bell Ringing .. FRIDAY Dec. 8, 2017 Thanks to Chair Collins Peck, and CaptainsLance McDaniel, Bill Hughes, David Cottrell, Chris Kenney, Kermit Frank, Bobby Mills, Joe McKenzie and Ann Garrett Download the Final Bell Ringing Schedule in PDF:Salvation Army_12-6-17-A

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John Michael Williams – Unofficial historian of Capitol Hill

John Michael Williams became intrigued with the history of Capitol Hill and South Oklahoma City some 20 years ago and has been researching and speaking about its history ever since. He has been called the ‘unofficial historian of Capitol Hill.’ He is the president of the law firm of Williams, Box, Forshee & Bullard, concentrating […]

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2018-19 Rotary Officers and Directors

PRESIDENT PRESIDENT-ELECT SECRETARY TREASURER ASSISTANT TREASURER SERGEANT-AT-ARMS ROTARY FOUNDATION DIRECTOR DIRECTORS – 1 year Directors – 2 years One 2 year Director will be chosen in a runoff election beginning Thursday Dec. 7, 2017 6:00 am  and ending Dec. 16, 2017 MIDNIGHT   A link from Vote@simplyvoting.com will be sent to your inbox…  please check your […]

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Higher Education: The Great Equalizer

Higher Education: The Great Equalizer Fred Morgan, President and CEO, The State Chamber of Oklahoma For me, the holiday season and the end of the year are always a period of reflection and a time to be thankful. This year, I read “Hillbilly Elegy” by J. D. Vance, the poignant story of one person’s escape […]

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Talita deNegri – Mount St. Marys

The Story of Mount St. Mary Catholic High School Talita DeNegri In 1884, five Sisters of Mercy, at the request of Bishop Theophile Meerschaert, traveled to what was then known as Indian Territory to establish a school for young ladies at the Sacred Heart Mission near Shawnee. When fire destroyed the school in 1901, the […]

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