Remembering April 19, 1995

Remembering April 19, 1995 by Terri Watkins As we get closer to April 19th, I wanted to share a few memories of that morning. I had gone to the doctor office. I was just sitting there when the building moved. I was next to the window, looked out and saw the smoke. I got up, […]

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Virtual Club Meeting: Carey Sue Vega – Communication Tips in a Virtual World

REGISTER HERE “Communication Tips in a Virtual World” 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 for the Norwegian Cruise Line. Vega […]

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Virtual Club Meeting: Sean Kouplen – Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce & Workforce

Register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9WMw8P7GTt6IJRWdoDy1lA Sean Kouplen is Oklahoma’s 10th Secretary of Commerce & Workforce Development and the Chairman & CEO of Regent Bank. In his role as Secretary of Commerce and Workforce Development, Kouplen oversees the economic development, community development and workforce development efforts for the state of Oklahoma.  His goal is to add 10,000 direct new […]

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Virtual Club Meeting: LToya Knighten – OKC-County Health Dept.

REGISTER HERE: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__2sYYh6MT–Q0r7WcYWrRA Update on COVID-19 in Oklahoma City LToya Knighten is a strategic communications professional with more than 19 years of experience in the public relations, government affairs and event development fields. She currently serves as Government Affairs Liaison for the Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD).  She previously worked in the communications, public relations, advertising […]

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The Times, they are A-Changin’

The Times, They are a-Changin’ by Paul Moore These are strange and scary times.  Those of us who are older remember the threat of polio and how much it affected people, and that was long before instantaneous communication among all the corners of the world.  As Rotarians, we know how difficult it has been to […]

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Rotary Reflections

Rotary Reflections by Dick Hefton The present environment, for lack of a more definitive word for “these days,” should be giving us all some long moments of “Reflection!” It has for me, and struck quickly. I ran across an obituary in the Sunday paper this week for a veteran of the U.S. Air Force which […]

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No Meeting at St. Luke’s – No Makeup Required

   

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The Republic According to Plato

The Republic According to Plato by John Frost            There is nothing like reading The Republic by Plato in the original Greek.  That’s what I did in Philosophy Class at St. Louis University.  Of course, I didn’t read the entire massive work, just the methods (dialectic discussion) and main conclusions.  The dialectic style which purported […]

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2020 Rotary International Convention Cancelled

Mark Maloney, Rotary International President announced that the annual convention is canceled. The RI Board of Directors has decided to cancel the 2020 Rotary International Convention in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. We are all part of the Rotary family, and your safety remains our highest priority. Like the more than 20,000 registrants who planned to attend […]

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COVID-19 Plan

Dear Rotarians, Club leadership and staff met to establish a plan for the health and safety of our members in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. You, our members, are our top priority. Several options were discussed but we believe, out of an abundance of caution, that it is in our member’s best interest to cancel […]

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