OKC Thunder – Dan Mahoney Michael Cage

Dan Mahoney joined the Oklahoma City Thunder in August 2008. In his role of vice president of Broadcasting and Corporate Communications, he oversees the Thunder business public relations efforts, website (okcthunder.com) and broadcasting operations. Previously Mahoney served as a public relations consultant for the Professional Basketball Club, LLC and the New Orleans Hornets. From 1995-2003 […]

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Bedlam 2018!

Toby Rowland is in his 7th year as “Voice of the Sooners.” In addition to sitting in the play-by-play chair for OU football, men’s basketball and baseball, Rowland hosts numerous television shows on Sooner Sports TV powered by Fox and radio shows for Learfield Sports. A two-time Emmy Award winner, Rowland spent 12 years as a […]

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Analog Renaissance – Carey Sue Vega

“The Analog Renaissance: How to Change the World One Engaging Conversation at a Time” The Ponca City, Oklahoma native has provided etiquette and communications training for businesses, attorneys, doctors and organizations around the world – literally. For ten years, Carey Sue Vega honed her teaching and manner skills with an international audience as Cruise Director […]

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Runoffs Matter!! – Brenda Jones Barwick

Runoffs Matter! By Brenda Jones Barwick, APR Are you out of town on Tuesday and forgot to get your absentee ballot? No worries. You can vote today!  Early voting at the Oklahoma County Election Board, located at 4201 N. Lincoln Blvd., is available on Friday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm; or Saturday from 9:00 […]

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July – Dec 2018 New Rotarians

   James Pepper Henry was born in Portland, Oregon and grew up in the Pacific Northwest, but returned every summer to Oklahoma to attend the tribal dances of the Kaw people. James Pepper Henry’s family is originally from Kaw City and Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. He is a graduate of the University of Oregon with a […]

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How we Got Here: Oklahoma and its Children – Anne Roberts

“How We Got Here: Oklahoma and its Children” Over the past 40 years, Oklahoma has been sued twice to force improvements in how the state treats children in its care.  Thankfully, we’ve learned a lot about the impact of trauma on vulnerable children, and changed our approach to caring for them.     Anne Roberts […]

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Most Taxes are OK – Leonard Sullivan

MOST TAXES ARE OK   -Leonard Sullivan         We all criticize taxes and government spending.  However, most government spending  such as military, FAA, weekly trash pick-up, police protection, clean water to our front door, streets and highways, state, city and county government, inspected food and drugs are good for all.     […]

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Welcome to Tomorrowland – Ted Streuli

Welcome to Tomorrowland – Ted Streuli There have been two moments of genuine, childlike wonder. One was entering Yosemite valley on a December afternoon and seeing the snow-covered Half Dome and El Capitan and reindeer ice sculptures beneath flocked evergreens. The other was walking into Disneyland. Disneyland was young when I went the first time, […]

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Marine Corps Recruiting OKC – Major Doug Verblaauw

Major Douglas J. Verblaauw was born in Ridgewood, New Jersey and graduated from Mahwah High School in 2001.  In 2005, he graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and a commission as a Second Lieutenant.  After graduating from The Basic School with Class 5-05, he entered the […]

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County Commissioner Brian Maughan

MEETING LOCATION CHANGE- OCU LAW SCHOOL – 3rd Floor  Rotarians will be allowed to park in any lot except those highlighted in red. Rotarians will want to enter through the north doors of the building. However, if there is a guest needing handicap accessibility, they will be able to enter the building on the plaza […]

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