Accelerating Accessibility in a Changing World

Accelerating Accessibility in a Changing World by Lauren Branch Being a CEO for 25 years has brought with it no shortage of ups and downs. Challenges and triumphs come with the territory. If there’s been one constant, it has been change – whether that change is intentional or not. Change isn’t always a bad thing, […]

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Esther George – Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

Link to the livestream: 11:55am   3-22-2022 Esther George is president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and leads a workforce of close to 2,000 employees in Kansas City and its branch offices in Omaha, Denver and Oklahoma City. The Kansas City Fed is responsible for conducting monetary policy, providing financial […]

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Hope Springs: Gratitude and Giving Back to Make a Life

Hope Springs: Gratitude and Giving Back to Make a Life by Stacy McNeiland Spring marks a time of renewal, and this spring, the world seems to need renewal a little bit more than usual. The last two years have marked unprecedented challenges and changes. A pandemic … war in Europe … it can all feel […]

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Oklahoma Filmmaking Panel

Link to the livestream: 11:55am REMINDER:  Everyone attending our Tuesday luncheon will be asked to wear a mask, except when eating. Masks will be available at registration. In keeping with Rotary’s mission of service above self, we strongly recommend that only those members and guests that are vaccinated attend our in-person meetings.  READ MORE  3-15-2022 Oklahoma Filmmaking Panel […]

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The World is Out of Control

The World is Out of Control by Dave Rhea I hear this phrase a lot: “The world is out of control.” So, I started thinking about what “out of control” means. In this phrase’s cheapest usage, it’s a way for cable-news channels, for example (but certainly not exclusive to them), to attract and retain an […]

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Teresa Rose – MAPS 4 Update

Link to the livestream: 11:55am REMINDER:  Everyone attending our Tuesday luncheon will be asked to wear a mask, except when eating. Masks will be available at registration. In keeping with Rotary’s mission of service above self, we strongly recommend that only those members and guests that are vaccinated attend our in-person meetings.  READ MORE  3-8-2022   Teresa Rose […]

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What Goes Around Comes Around..

What goes around comes around – even Rotary’s role in eradicating life-threatening illnesses. by Russ Florence In 1979, Rotary began its worldwide fight against polio with an ambitious project to immunize 6 million children in the Philippines. Six years later, Rotary International launched the first and largest coordinated private-sector support of a public health initiative, […]

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Foundation Election March 22, 2022

Election for positions on the upcoming Rotary Club 29 Board will be held electronically. March 22nd, 2:00pm through March 28, 11:59 pm through Simply Voting.  Watch for the email link. This is a Approve/Reject vote. Meet the Candidates: Chair  2022-2024 Year Joined: 1996     Years in Rotary: 25 Attendance: 100% Perfect Attendance Years: 2 Committees Chaired: […]

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Afghan Refugee Panel

Link to the livestream: 11:55am REMINDER:  Everyone attending our Tuesday luncheon will be asked to wear a mask, except when eating. Masks will be available at registration. In keeping with Rotary’s mission of service above self, we strongly recommend that only those members and guests that are vaccinated attend our in-person meetings.  READ MORE  3-1-2022 Moderator: Patrick Raglow […]

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It’s a Question of Trust

It’s a Question of Trust by Terri Watkins I spent most of my adult life working in the media, first as a radio reporter and then in television. I wanted to be a reporter from the time I started reading Nancy Drew and never stopped. When I was studying Political Science and then Journalism, it […]

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