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South OKC

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We meet Fridays at 12:00 PM
Southwest Medical Cancer Center
4401 S Western Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK  73109-3413
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Jack Werner will be honored for his leadership and citizenship Thursday, January 15 at the 2015 Commercial Inaugural event spearheaded by the Commercial Realtors Alliance of OKC-MAR.  The event will be held from 11:30 am - 1 pm at the OKCMAR headquarters office, 3131 NW Expressway.  Lunch is $10 for RCA members and $15 for non-members.  Richard Mize, Real Estate Editor for The Oklahoman will be the keynote speaker.

If you would like to attend please register by calling Andrea Tanner 841-5309 or email her at  I believe you can also register at 





Please remember to pay Veteran Luncheon Fundraising Invoices as soon as possible.   We would really like to make our donation to the Veteran Center before Christmas.  If you could pay your invoices with Lanaye that would be very much appreciated!!!


Veteran Fundraising Committee




Nick Rice with the Boy Scouts of America has applied to become a member of the South Okc Rotary Club.  The board has reviewed his application and his classification will be Youth Services.   I invite you make a point to get to know Nick Rice.  After posting membership request for two weeks we will move forward with the application process.



Rotarians please take time to sign up for our Fields and Futures field trip on Friday, September 12

Our meeting will begin promptly at 12 with the intent to load the bus by 12:30. We will tour schools in South OKC and will plan on being back to Integris at 1:30.  

Fields and Futures will be chartering a bus for us so we need to have a good count of who is going to attend 



ImageRotarians decide to donate to ALS and take the ice bucket challenge.  Rotarians show their support for fellow Rotarian Brian Wall,  his wife Angie and family.   Rotarians challenged district governor Michelle Schaefer, Marty Postic and the OKC Sunrise Club.Image







Almond Chicken
Lemon Herb Cod
Roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes
Wild Rice Pilaf
Orange Butter Carrots

Garden Salad

Medium Fruit Platter
Assorted Desserts





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