Robert Henry

Judge Robert H. Henry became the 17th President of Oklahoma City University in July 2010. In a unique public service career, Robert Henry served in each branch of government. From 1976 to 1986 he was a member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives; in 1986 and again in 1990, he was elected Attorney General of […]

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Natalie Shirley

Natalie Shirley concurrently serves as president of Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City and as Oklahoma Secretary of Education and Workforce Development. Shirley was hired in May 2011 as the first female president in the OSU system. In January 2015, Shirley was appointed by Governor Mary Fallin to serve in her Cabinet as Secretary of Education and […]

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Chuck Wiggin

  Chuck Wiggin has managed the design, development, construction, leasing, sale, acquisition, financing and operation of many large commercial real estate projects, predominantly in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Boston. He founded Wiggin Properties in 1981 and serves as its President and Chief Executive Officer. Wiggin Properties began as a developer of office buildings. By the mid-1980s it was an […]

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Clytie Bunyan

  Clytie Bunyan joined The Oklahoman in 1988 as a Metro desk reporter.  She later moved to the Business desk to cover real estate and presided over extensive coverage in the 1990s about the then-uncertain future of the Skirvin Hotel.  She also has covered small business and the retail beats. She is the director of business […]

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Debbie Hite Stewart

Debbie Hite Stewart joined the American Heart Association in 1994 and has served as the Senior Executive Director of Oklahoma City for the past eight years. She champions all aspects of the AHA’s mission of building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke in Oklahoma. From 2011 – 2014, her team was ranked number […]

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Lana Ivy

Lana Ivy joined the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association (OOA) in November as their Executive Director. She leads all aspects of the organization, whose mission is to advocate for the osteopathic profession and to promote the health and well-being of all Oklahomans. In addition to her role as E.D., she serves as Secretary-Treasurer for the Oklahoma Educational […]

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Linda Haneborg

Linda C. Haneborg, marketing consultant and media strategist, serves as chairman of Linda Haneborg Associates, a full service communications and marketing firm. As a business owner, corporate executive, women’s and political activist and community leader, she has dedicated herself to empowering women in their careers. As a result of her commitment, the state of Oklahoma […]

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Historical Negationism – Losing the Human Identity Dick Hefton

HISTORICAL NEGATIONISM– LOSING THE HUMAN IDENTITY – Rotary Reflections by Dick Hefton Islamic terrorists are not only murdering masses of humanity in the world today, they are beheading historic icons and systematically destroying the remains of the dawn of civilization. Another tragedy of monumental proportions is underway in the Middle East which is critical to […]

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Jim Finch

  James Finch retired as Special Agent in Charge of the Oklahoma Division of the FBI after a lengthy career. Finch is Senior Security Office for OG+E. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in business administration from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. He was an active member of the Nebraska Army National Guard […]

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Overcoming Adversity – John Frost

Overcoming Adversity Rotary Reflections by John A. Frost In light of current events, my thoughts have turned to choices when confronted with adversity. Eyes adjust quickly to darkness making it awkward, even painful, to look at light. Sometimes it is easier to see the darkness around us rather than focus on the light. But it […]

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Shannon Rich

Shannon L. Rich, fifth-generation Oklahoman, became president of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in November, 2004. A crucial time for the organization, it needed to increase emphasis on marketing and expand programs and services. Rich also was placed in charge of directing its single-largest endeavor in the organization’s 80-year history – opening of the Gaylord-Pickens […]

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Service Saturday – April 10, 12:30- end of race

WHAT: Red Bud Run Water Station Volunteers Needed from Rotary Club 29. 10K Run Event WHEN: Sunday, April 10, 12:30 p.m. until the end of the race ( Approximately 3-4 hours) WHERE: Our assigned location is Water Station #2 and is located at 1704 West Wilshire, approximately one block east of the intersection of North […]

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