The Pigeon Pie Episode – Ron Page

The Pigeon Pie Episode By Ron Page Reynolds Church and its parsonage lie far out in farm country surrounded by a flat and featureless plain – black soil in the spring, tall green corn in the summer, turning to brown stalks before harvest in the fall, and often white with snow in the winter. Situated […]

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Childhood Memories Turn to Donuts

Dr. Laura Garrett Childhood Memories Turn to Donuts Over the years I have kept an eye on the old bank property on the corner of Dewey and 23rd Street. I have great memories of the bank because my father was the President of Mutual Federal Savings and Loan whose headquarters was located there for many […]

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FAQ’s related to the RCOKC meeting relocation:

1. Does it matter where I park? Club 29 members and guests can park free in any of the 756 parking spaces surrounding St. Luke’s. A map of the various parking lots will be available at each of our Tuesday lunch meetings and online. The map was also included in the letter to each member […]

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New Meeting Location – March 6, 2018

  Park in the West, Southwest or South Parking Lots… enter the CLC at the South entrance   Dear Rotary Club 29 members: Several months ago your Board of Directors and Officers authorized appointment of an Ad Hoc Task Force to research alternative venues for our regular Tuesday noon meetings. Discussions with the Petroleum Club […]

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Job Interview – 1958 – Leonard Sullivan

JOB INTERVIEW 1958 Leonard Sullivan There was a must have book for those planning to graduate from college in 1958 and seeking that first job interview. I still have the book “Career for the College Man-1958”. The book contained a brief synopsis of most regional, national and International companies. Two things vividly show changes in […]

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May 24-27 2018 Travel Opportunity

Greetings: Based on our international work and interests in developing partnerships with Rotarians around the world, our club has been invited to attend a meeting of three Rotary Clubs that are very active in international activities – Rotary Club Warsaw City, Rotary Club Milano Nord and Rotary Club Berlin-Luftbrucke. This is an exciting opportunity that […]

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Rule of Law, III – The Great American Experiment

Rule of Law, III The Great American Experiment – John Frost (This is the third in a series dealing with fundamental concepts underlying the Rule of Law as applied to the American Experiment in governance. The previous installment hinted at the teachings of Joseph Raz who is a Visiting Professor of Law and Philosophy at […]

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Criminal Justice Advisory Council

OKLAHOMA COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADVISORY COUNCIL – Roy Williams In 2015 the Oklahoma County Commissioners were facing a crisis situation relative to the ever growing and highest ever county jail population of approximately 2,600 on a daily basis. The 1,250 bed facility was vastly overcrowded and the United States Department of Justice had cited over […]

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Four Way Test-2

In 1932 when Herb Taylor was made president of Club Aluminum Products Company in Chicago, Illinois. The company employed 250 people, was bankrupt — over $400,000 in debt (equal to about $6.4 million today). The country was in the midst of what we know today as The Great Depression. Not an ideal time to be […]

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Message from2018-19 Program Chairs

Dear Club 29 Rotarians: We are honored and excited that our president-elect, Tom Phillips, invited us to serve as co-chairs of the Program Committee for the Rotary Club #29 year beginning July 1, 2018. Tom and the Program Committee will ensure continuation of the top-level programs our membership has grown accustomed to hearing. It is […]

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Grateful Attitude 2018 – Lauren Branch

Grateful Attitude- 2018 – Lauren Branch Every year seems to go by just a little bit faster than the year before, and for me, this past year was no exception. Days quickly turned into weeks, and weeks morphed into months. Before I knew it, I was looking at 2017 in my rear-view mirror and preparing […]

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Lessons from being a clown

Lessons from being a Clown – Ted Streuli About every third icebreaker someone asks for a self-fact that the others in the group don’t know. Thankfully, that is not a Rotary tradition. But it happens enough that I have a few default answers: I shave with a mug and brush and an old school safety […]

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