Ray Rivera – Executive Editor of The Oklahoman

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 9-28-2021 Ray Rivera is […]

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No words available by Ted Streuli  My first thought: “I don’t know what to say to her.” My second thought: “Isn’t that kind of pathetic? I’m 60-years old. She’s my daughter. I’ve been talking to her for half my life. How can I not know what to say to her?” I’ve made a living with […]

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Personal Encouragement is the Greatest Motivator – Dave Rhea

Personal Encouragement is the Greatest Motivator by Dave Rhea The obligation of workplace leaders is (or should be) to motivate the workforce. Motivation comes in many forms across a spectrum from good to bad. I propose that all the way over on the good side is personal encouragement, and all the way over on the […]

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Panel: Expanded Learning Opportunities for Oklahoma Kids

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Zac Craig – Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau

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Morning Therapy over A Game of Catch

Morning Therapy Over A Game of Catch by Russ Florence In most every town in America, you’ll see them at a table in the back corner of the local diner: a group of people – mostly men, usually older – who meet regularly for coffee. They come to talk about current events, sports, or politics, […]

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Remembering to say Thank You

  Remembering to say Thank You by Terri Watkins Everything is a little different this year. That is something we are all at least trying to get used to. The places we would go and the things we would do sometimes seem out of reach. But it is also the time of year when we […]

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Jim Bridenstine – Former NASA Administrator

9-7-2021 Livestream Available 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   Jim Bridenstine […]

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Protected: Grant Application Finalists 2021-2022

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All Car Windows Down, All Eyes on the Alert

All Car Windows Down, All Eyes on the Alert By Ron Page Those of you who have read my columns of years past know that I like to reflect on my rural upbringing. Some of you may have questioned the relevance of my childhood experiences to Rotary or “Service Above Self”. My answer would be […]

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