After-Hours April 12 West (Bricktown) 5:30 to 7:00 Rsvp here
Save the date of May 6 6-8 pm for the dedication of Rotary Point.
International Project Dedication Trips
We have a golden opportunity for the Club 29 Rotarian who is able and willing to take pictures/videos of the dedication on June 9th and 10th and we are offering a round trip flight covering most of the cost of traveling to Riga, Latvia. Air miles will pay for travel from OKC to Helsinki and the individual will have to cover approximately $200 for the flight from Helsinki to Riga and their hotel/meal expense. A Rotarian could be gone as little as 5 or 6 days or as long as they want to see that part of the world. Please contact Bob Medley or Mary Jane Calvey if you are interested.
Drivers needed for International Guests
David Postic is needing drivers for Monday April 4, Thursday April 7 and Friday April 8 to drive five German Rotaractors. (Rotaract is a Rotary International sponsored organization of young adults focused on leadership in their communities and workplaces.) Committee chair David Postic just had a cancellation for Monday which we need to fill immediately. Rotaractor In-Bound Schedule The drivers would be involved all day.
If there are one or two Club 29 Rotarians who can drive them any of these days, that would greatly assist. The Germans all speak excellent English and our goal is to show them a GREAT time in Oklahoma. Let me know if anyone can help. Thanks! Contact David Postic firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Terry Neese presented a Club 29 banner to the Rotary Club of Virunga, Rwanda president. Dr. Neese has just returned from the 10 year Anniversary of Peace Through Business in Rwanda.
Annual Exchange between the Okla. City and Tulsa Rotary Clubs
Guests at the 3-29-16 Rotary Meeting were 32 Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Tulsa. They were treated to a presentation by Dr. Bob Blackburn and tour of the “Crossroads of Commerce Gallery” at the Oklahoma History Center, and a history of the Boathouse District with a tour of the finish-line tower, the skytrail, Riversports Rapids White Water Center and Rotary Point by Mike Knopp. Thanks to David Battles, chair, and the OKC/Tulsa Relations committee for their efforts in this annual exchange event.
The first Joint meeting between the Rotary Clubs of Tulsa and Oklahoma City was held in Oklahoma City, at the then new Cowboy Hall of Fame, now the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. President of the Tulsa Club was John Johnson. President of the Oklahoma City Club was Jim Daniel (1994-95).