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Holiday Program

Featuring: Holiday Music!         Lance McDaniel – Chair of the Day Lance McDaniel is an Emmy nominated filmmaker who has worked on 21 feature films, including Oscar winner Million Dollar Baby. Lance is also Executive Director of the deadCenter Film Festival, an Oklahoma City based nonprofit that leads free film classes to 3,000 […]

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Villa Teresa: From School to Multi Use Development

Villa Teresa: From School to Multi-Use Development Marva Ellard Since 1983, Marva Ellard has successfully managed the rehabilitation of single family, multi-family and commercial projects in the Oklahoma City area. She has also worked in the oil and gas, restaurant, and wholesale businesses. Marva is probably best known for revitalizing the historic Sieber Hotel, at […]

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Panel: Out of State Investments by Defense Firms in Okla. City

Jeffrey (Jeff) Seymour Executive Vice-President, Economic Development Greater Oklahoma City Chamber  Jeff Seymour currently serves as the Executive Vice-President for Economic Development for the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber. In this role he leads the Chamber’s effort to expand the regional economy through new business recruitment, providing support to existing businesses and entrepreneurs and meeting the […]

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2020-2021 Officers and Directors

Taking Office July 1, 2020   President   President – Elect   Secretary   Treasurer Assistant Treasurer (Treasurer-Elect) Sgt.- At- Arms   Past President   Directors 2020-2021           Directors 2020-2022           Foundation Director – 3 years

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Panama and the Joys of Rotary

Panama and the Joys of Rotary – Dennis Shockley In 2017 my wife Janet and I attended the Rotary International Convention in Atlanta. While there I met and visited with the then President of the Panama City, Panama Rotary Club, Jovito Salceda. Many of you may recall Club 29 partnered with their club on a […]

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Congresswoman Kendra Horn

Congresswoman Kendra Horn represents Oklahoma’s 5th District. That includes Oklahoma City, Edmond and Shawnee. Part of Oklahoma County falls within the district’s boundaries, as well as all of Pottawatomie and Seminole counties. The Congresswoman was born just south of the district, in Chickasha. She is a fifth-generation Oklahoman and fourth-generation Girl Scout. She attended Oklahoma […]

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Keep the clichés on Thanksgiving table

Keep the clichés on Thanksgiving table by Ted Streuli It would be fun to eavesdrop on other people’s Thanksgiving dinners. Someone always suggests that you go around the table and tell others what you’re thankful for, a tradition that no one at the table is thankful for in the slightest. One year, we tried to […]

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The Changing Landscape of Oklahoma Voters

Pat McFerron is the President of Cole Hargrave Snodgrass & Associates and is nationally known for his polling and focus group work for corporations and political campaigns.   McFerron has been involved in many successful marketing efforts, ranging from those for start-up operations, to Fortune 500 companies and charitable organizations and grassroots lobbying efforts. A […]

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Rotary Reflections – John F. Kennedy

Rotary Reflections – John F. Kennedy By Tim Berney   The entryway table in the house I grew up in was more like a fancy cabinet. I recall the first time that I opened the doors to it when I was about six years old. Inside the dark chamber, wrapped in light blue plastic similar to […]

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