Russell Perry – Perry Publishing and Broadcasting

In 1979, Russell M. Perry started the Perry Publishing Company with it’s first edition Oklahoma City’s The Black Chronicle newspaper. The Black Chronicle newspaper, a weekly periodical servicing the Oklahoma City metro area’s African American population, has grown into one of the largest paid weekly newspapers in the state of Oklahoma. Currently, The Black Chronicle […]

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Happy Independence Day! – No Meeting or Makeup

Happy Independence Day! No Meeting at St. Luke’s No Makeup required!

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Inaugural – 2018-19 Board- Tom Phillips President

NO meeting at St. Luke’s CLC Attendance will be counted at the Inaugural Reservations are closed. Final RSVP List The Band Mountain Smoke will provide entertainment!   Forty years of music, spanning four decades, and the sound is as fresh now as when they began. Mountain Smoke is original, unpredictable, and their audiences are as […]

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President’s Awards Day – Mayor David Holt

Rotary: Making a Difference   The Honorable David Holt, Mayor of Oklahoma City Mayor Holt was born and raised in Oklahoma City. The son of a teacher and a social worker, Mayor Holt has had family in Oklahoma City for the better part of a century. He graduated from Putnam City Public Schools before receiving […]

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Jeanie Webb – Rose State College

Dr. Jeanie Webb was selected by the Rose Sate College Board of Regents to serve as the institution’s seventh president. Her career in higher education has spanned over thirty years where she has worked not only as an accomplished administrator but also as a dedicated faculty member. Before joining the Rose State family, Dr. Webb […]

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Whitney Rainbolt – Medallion Group

“Medallion Group” Whitney Rainbolt attended undergrad at The University of Georgia and received her Masters of Business Administration from The University of Oklahoma.  She is currently a working for The Medallion Group in Oklahoma City as a commercial real estate broker.  The Medallion Group is an Oklahoma City based development group specializing in retail, mixed-use, […]

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Amber Sharples – Arts Council

Amber Sharples has served as executive director of the Oklahoma Arts Council since 2013. As the agency’s CEO, Sharples is responsible for the development and administration of the policies, programs and procedures of the state agency for the arts. Sharples’ career at the Council began in 2006, when she joined the agency as visual arts director […]

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Dr. Camille Gunderson – Cancer Treatment and Research

“The State of Cancer Treatment and Research in Oklahoma” Camille Gunderson, MD is an assistant professor in the section of gynecologic oncology – Stephenson Cancer Center. Dr. Gunderson has published 23 scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals in addition to several book chapters. She has served on several committees including the Society of Gynecologic Oncology Program […]

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Oklahoma Academy-Dave Stewart

“Oklahoma Academy” David R. Stewart is currently Chief Administrative Officer and Trustee of the Oklahoma Ordnance Works Authority located in Pryor, Oklahoma. The Authority is a public trust that owns and operates MidAmerica Industrial Park. Mr. Stewart was appointed to this position by the Governor of Oklahoma, Mary Fallin, in December, 2012. The sole mission […]

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Restoration of the State Capitol

Update on the Restoration of the State Capitol – Trait Thompson Trait Thompson was named Project Manager of the State Capitol Restoration Project in July 2014 by Preston Doerflinger, Director of the Office of Management and Enterprise Services. Prior to that, Trait served since 2010 as Legislative Director and Senior Policy Advisor to President Pro […]

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James Pepper Henry-AICCF Director-CEO

James Pepper Henry (Kaw Citizen, Muscogee Creek) Director/CEO American Indian Cultural Center Foundation (AICCF) James Pepper Henry is the Director and CEO of the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum, a new cultural institution located in Oklahoma City. Its mission is to educate the broader public about the unique cultures, diversity, history, and contributions of […]

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MAPS 3

“MAPS 3” Tom McDaniel became the sixteenth president of Oklahoma City University, a position he held from 2001 to 2010. The construction and dedication of the Meinders School of Business, the Wanda L. Bass Music Center, the Ann Lacy Visitors and Admissions Center and the Norick Art Center all occurred during his tenure. The capital […]

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