Golden Boy: Harold Armstrong Achieves 50 Years of Perfect Attendance

Golden Boy: Harold Armstrong Achieves 50 Years of Perfect Attendance by Ted Streuli On June 4, 1974, Richard Nixon was still president, although Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein published “All the President’s Men” that month, and Nixon wasn’t president much longer. That same month, singer Alanis Morisette was born in Canada, shortstop Derek Jeter was […]

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Harold Hamm – “The Game Changer”

Livestream 11:55am 6-4-2024 Harold Hamm founded Continental Resources in 1967 and is Chairman of the Board of Directors. Growing up in rural Oklahoma, Mr. Hamm went to work in the oil fields as a teenager and established Continental Resources at the age of 21. He built a grassroots startup into a Top-10 oil producer and […]

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2024-2025 Committee Selections

Fellow Club 29 Rotarians: We are in full swing with a lovely spring of 2024 and believe it or not, soon to follow will be the start of 2024-25 Rotary year. As the third largest club in the world, Club 29 offers so many benefits that result from the wide-ranging talents and interests of our […]

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What Makes a “Good” School?

What Makes a “Good” School? Freda Deskin, Ph.D. Most parents will say they want their child in a good school or that they moved to a certain community or area school because it had a good school. Business leaders lament that new businesses will only move to areas with good schools. Schools receive grades of […]

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Phil Armstrong, OCCJ – Greenwood Rising

5-28-2024 livestream 11:55am Okla. Center for Community & Justice Philip Keith Armstrong is a native of Ohio and has been in Tulsa for 25 years. He holds a Bachelor’s in Mass Communications from Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Akron. Phil has a varied […]

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Mark Fox and Matthew Elliott – “Oklahoma Weather”

Livestream – 11:55am 5-21-24 “Oklahoma Weather” – Mark Fox, Meteorologist in Charge – National Weather Service Norman Mark Fox is the Meteorologist-in-Charge at the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Norman, Oklahoma  He earned his meteorology degree from the University of Oklahoma in 1989, after growing up fascinated by the weather in north central Oklahoma. […]

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Finding My Father’s Legacy on Memorial Day

Finding My Father’s Legacy on Memorial Day by Lauren Branch Memorial Day is a time for reflection and gratitude, a day to honor the brave souls who sacrificed their lives for our nation’s freedom. For many, it’s a day of remembrance and national pride, but for me, it’s also profoundly personal. Fifty five years ago […]

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MAY You Enjoy the Month

MAY YOU ENJOY THE MONTH by Drew Edmondson “Though April showers may come your way  They bring the flowers that bloom in May” May Day has been celebrated in the northern hemisphere for thousands of years.  It celebrates the mid-point between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice and the fertility of the earth that […]

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First Ladies of Oklahoma

5-14-2024 livestream 11:55am Oklahoma’s First Ladies – Cathy Keating, Kim Henry,  Donna Nigh, Rhonda Walters       Chair of the Day David Walters

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Accessibility differences between Visitable, Handicap, and the ADA Bart Binning, Ed. D.

“Accessibility differences between Visitable, Handicap, and the ADA” by Bart Binning, Ed. D. As I transition into becoming “elderly” (which I define as surviving four strokes and being prescribed a life-style restricting blood thinner like Eliquis), I find myself being much more retrospective.  For example, I now recognize that there are differences between Disability (the […]

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