2022-2023 Committee Selections

Fellow Rotarians: It is committee sign-up time for our membership. Our committees and your involvement in those committees is what makes our Rotary Club so outstanding in serving our community needs. Also, getting engaged in those committees is a wonderful way to work with your fellow Rotarians and getting to know them better and enhancing […]

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Lessons from the Archives

Lessons From the Archives by John Frost I am reflecting on a person from my past who has opened the door to a great profession. He stands out as one of the greatest thinkers and observers of Stock Market Conditions over the past fifty years. He is Robert J. Farrell. Many will remember his many […]

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Perfect Attendance 2021-2022

From June 1, 2021 to May 31, 2022  the following 89 Rotarians have perfect attendance.  They are to be commended for their efforts.  883 years between them!   Harold Armstrong 48 Years Barney Semtner 45 Jim Daniel 41 Rick Vermillion 40 Bill Bowden 32 Jim Farha 32 Jeff Brown 29 Lou Gasbarra 28 Terri Cooper […]

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Jennie Baranczyk – OU Women’s Basketball Coach

11:55am LiveStream 5-31-2022   Jennie Baranczyk was named the ninth head coach of the Oklahoma women’s basketball program on April 10, 2021, and enters her second season at the helm of the program in 2022-23. The 11th-year head coach spent nine seasons at Drake before starting her Oklahoma tenure in 2021-22. In Baranczyk’s (pronounced bah-RAHN-check) […]

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Soundtrack of your Life

Soundtrack of your life by Charlie Smith What is on your playlist? I admit that although I am a minister, some of the music I listen to while running is not rated G. Because it is all about the beat and not the lyrics. I also often use an app on my phone that provides […]

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OKC Food Scene

LiveStream – 11:55am OKC Food Scene Chef Kurt Fleischfresser Kurt had a love for cooking and started in the kitchen at an early age at Sullivan’s on Reno. During that time, Kurt was honored to receive an apprenticeship with Bernard Cretier at Le Vichyssois where he spent two and a half years at this location […]

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Book ‘Em, Danno

Book ‘Em, Danno by Drew Edmondson Are books becoming things of the past, like transistor radios and slide rules? There was a time when our Rotary distributed dictionaries to local schools.  We don’t do that anymore because it is too easy to look up words on an iPad or iPhone (or Android) and nobody just […]

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David Griffin – Griffin Communincations

Livestream Link – 11:55am 5-17-2022 A third-generation Oklahoman, David Griffin is not your typical CEO. He’s approachable, engaging, enjoyable and very active in the business. David focuses on strategic issues, competitive challenges and makes a point of meeting one-on-one with advertisers across the state. Additionally, he maintains an extremely open door policy for all employees […]

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Questions about the Foundations of Democracy

Why do we seem to be ignoring the “Rule of Law” under the guise of Equality? Why do many now say we do not believe in Equality, Fairness & Justice? Why does there seem to be no international recourse for those not following principles of  Equality, Fairness & Justice, or the Rule of Law? Bart […]

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G.T. Bynum, Mayor of Tulsa

Link to the livestream: 11:55am 5-10-22 Sworn in as the 40th Mayor of Tulsa in 2016, Mayor G.T. Bynum is using data and innovation to bring people together and make our city globally competitive. To accomplish this, Mayor Bynum is focused on fiscal responsibility, public safety, infrastructure, and equality of opportunity for all Tulsans. This approach has […]

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