2019-20 Jr. Rotarian Application and information

IF you have been asked by your High School Principal or Counselor to submit a Rotary Club of Oklahoma City Jr. Rotarian Application, please do so here Program Requirements Three (3) Rotary Meetings • Orientation Day, Sunday, Nov. 3 – Okla. City Zoo 1:00 • Rotary Luncheon on Tuesday, Nov. 5 (St Luke’s United Methodist […]

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Sports Agent: Pushover to Pioneer

Kelli Masters KMM Sports Pioneer. Speaker. Author. Recognized as one of the most influential women in sports business, Kelli Masters often hears, “You have a DREAM JOB.” But she chooses to inspire others not with her successes, but with her vulnerability, sharing not only the victories but also the battles and failures along the way. Kelli […]

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The Scissortail Paradigm

The Scissortail Paradigm By Ron Page The Scissortail Park may impact our community in more ways than we could have imagined. Yes, it helps tie the north and south sides of the city together, and yes, it gives people in the inner city a “place to go”, and, yes, it is a feather in our […]

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The Long Game

The Long Game by Pat Rooney As the Thunder’s season opener approaches, it is important to remember where the team came from, what is has been, and most importantly what it can be.  There is, naturally, some trepidation among the faithful as to what this season holds for us.  The trades of George and Westbrook […]

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Protected: Grant Applications 2019-20 Project

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OU – Changes at the University of Oklahoma

Interim President Joseph Harroz, Jr. will speak on the increased number of students attending OU and how OU is excited about increasing Oklahoma’s future talent pool. Harroz will discuss OU’s growth in students, research and legislative support. How OU is the state’s flagship, public research university. OU’s commitment to being an economic catalyst, particularly in […]

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Aviation Alliance – Commercial Pilot Shortage and How it Will Affect You

Aviation Alliance – Commercial Pilot Shortage and How it will Affect You David M. Olive became the Executive Director of the Aviation Workforce Alliance in December, 2018. AWA is a non-profit organization comprising a cross-section of the entire aviation community – airports, airlines, flight schools and economic development agencies – to address the critical shortage of aviation […]

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10 Years Later: Reflecting on Club 29

10 Years Later: Reflecting on Club 29 by Karen Wicker As the 10th anniversary of my move from Tulsa to Oklahoma City recently passed, I found myself reflecting on my journey as a small business owner and the connections I’ve made along the way. In Sept. 2009, I left an agency job in Tulsa to […]

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September – A Month of Growth – In Many Ways

September- A Month of Growth – In Many Ways by Tisha Tate Garcia September is National Yoga Month.  It is also a month full of everything from Hug Your Dog Day to National 401(k) Day to National Guacamole Day (a personal favorite).  Not to mention the whole month is harkened as the National Chicken, Papaya, […]

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Medical Marijuana: Weeding out the Myths

“Medical Marijuana: Weeding out the Myths” Scott Schaeffer, D.Ph., DABAT Managing Director and Clinical Instructor Oklahoma Center for Poison & Drug Information OU Health Science Center – School of Pharmacy Scott Schaeffer has been with the Oklahoma Center for Poison and Drug Information since 1994 and currently serves as its Managing Director. Among his responsibilities […]

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