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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3-25-17 Food Bank

20+ Club 29 Rotarians worked along with members of the Downtown Kiwanis Club packing, and sorting food for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.  This event was part of  the Club 29 Service Saturday committee’s efforts to participate in the International Week of Service.  In the spirit of Rotary Serving Humanity, RI President John Germ […]

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Losing sleep over “Fake news” – Dick Hefton

“Losing sleep over “FAKE news”? RX: Don’t love your local newspaper to DEATH!” False reporting, a non sequitur called “Fake News”, for the most part rolls out of undisciplined sensationalist self-serving outlets –generally of a cyber nature, but put to compounded use by the so-called mainstream press to cover their biased journalistic transgressions. Now “bias” […]

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District Conference – 2017

Join us for a FUN, informative Conference at the Grand Casino Resort in Shawnee, OK! The conference is completely FREE for District 5750 Rotarians. There is a nominal charge for some meals for guests. Register HERE. See the tentative schedule below! Thursday, May 4th 6 – 9 p.m. Kick-off May the Fourth Be with You […]

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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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Right Place-Right Time – Leonard Sullivan

RIGHT PLACE –RIGHT TIME – Leonard Sullivan I graduated from the U.S. Army Basic Officers’ School at Ft. Lee. Virginia in 1959. I got that first leave and I was eager to get back to Oklahoma to see my wife and new baby girl. I hitched a ride on an AF plane from Bolling AFB […]

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Prosperity: A Mystery No Longer – John Frost

  Prosperity: A Mystery No Longer “Don’t look back! Something (or somebody) might be gaining on you.” Leroy “Satchel” Paige, Hall of Fame baseball pitcher. America exists in a competitive worldwide environment. Every country strives to achieve prosperity for itself, its citizens and its friends and allies. In may humble observations, I have come to […]

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