Captain (Retired) Jeff Morris

  “A Veteran’s personal story of leadership, adversity, and overcoming tragedy and trauma.” Captain (Retired) Jeff Morris  is an accomplished leader and speaker who is incredibly passionate about making a difference in the lives of others. He is currently employed as a senior leader with the McKesson Corporation, a Fortune 6 company. He is also a […]

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Bob Mills – From Clerk Typist to Retail Furniture Business

Owner, Bob Mills Furniture “From Clerk Typist to Retail Furniture Business” Ever wonder how Bob Mills Furniture came to be? Through hard work, humility, determination and our passion for people, Bob and his team built a furniture empire. Like many other successful business owners will tell you, it was a long, tremendous, effort-filled road. Bob […]

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Only in America – Hal Smith

“Only in America” Hal Smith began his career in the restaurant industry while attending the University of Oklahoma and working at the Across the Street Restaurant.   As a working partner in Crosstimbers Restaurants, he opened and managed the units in Norman, Oklahoma, and Amarillo, Texas in the late sixties & early seventies. In 1973, […]

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Before There Was Google – Ron Page

Before There Was Google By Ron Page In the 1950’s, our farmhouse and outbuildings in northern Illinois sat along a straight gravel road atop a little drumlin, or whale-shaped hill, left by the glacier. From our somewhat elevated perspective, we had an unobstructed view of the flat nothingness surrounding us – nothingness in the sense […]

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OMRF Arthritis & Clinical Immunology – Judith James, M.D., Ph.D.

“Autoimmunity and Clinical Research in Oklahoma Impacts on Disease, Patients & local Economy”   Judith James, M.D., Ph.D. is OMRF Vice President of Clinical Affairs Member and Program Chair of the Arthritis & Clinical Immunology Research Program. The human immune system is critical for protection against infections and cancer, but diseases of the immune system can be […]

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Inaugural Oklahoma Festival Celebrates Books Authors and Readers – Susan McVey

An Inaugural Oklahoma Festival Celebrates Books, Authors, and Readers – Susan McVey Authors, poets, illustrators, and readers of all ages will convene at Oklahoma City’s Boathouse District on Saturday, October 20 for the inaugural Oklahoma Book Festival. More than 50 writers, including national bestselling authors, will be in attendance at the event.  The Book Festival […]

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Humorist Argus Hamilton – Interviewed by Dr. Bob Blackburn

Meet the funniest topical comedian in America, the man Robin Williams once called “the Will Rogers of the Baby Boom.” Argus Hamilton‘s daily column of jokes on the news, now carried in over 100 newspapers across the United States, is also read and heard by millions on the Internet and on radio stations across the […]

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Wings of Rotary – Deadline Dec 1 2018

District 5750 WINGS of Rotary Thanks to Rotarian Bob Hammack for producing a short video about the Wings of Rotary Student Exchange   2019 Wings of Rotary Brochure Download 2019 Wings of Rotary Application – DUE Dec. 1, 2018! Cost, and other information from District 5750 Share this info with interested people. We will also be looking […]

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Hope for the Poorest – Dr. Eric McLaughlin

 A University Facing African Realities: Hope for the Poorest Eric and Rachel McLaughlin both grew up all across the United States. They met during medical school and were both interested in international long-term missions. They were married in 2005, then in 2007, while Rachel was completing her residency in OB-GYN and Eric in Family Practice […]

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Streetcars Benefits on OKC Culture- Tim Berney

  Streetcars Benefits on OKC Culture Tim Berney The new streetcar system in Oklahoma City that is scheduled to debut in December is going to mean getting used to a lot of things, not the least of which is sharing the roadway with these giant, futuristic people movers. As a downtown worker, I’ll have a […]

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