Rotary Club of South Oklahoma City


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Welcome to our Club!

South OKC

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 12:00 PM
Southwest Medical Cancer Center
4401 S Western Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK  73109-3413
United States
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Rotaract Club is needed two speakers for our October 13 and November 17 (on topics such as careers, entrepreneurship, etc.) 1:30 p.m.  We would like speakers to talk for approximately. 20 minutes or so, the Rotaract President or Vice President will introduce the speaker. Lunch will be served prior.   

Dr. Elicia A. Brannon-Little, Faculty

Southwestern Christian University

(405) 789-7661 ext. 3468


How can you be a gift to Rotary? Join a committee and share your ideas...
If you are interested the Membership Committee team is now forming. First meeting is scheduled after our regular rotary meeting from 1:15-2:00.
Membership Chair: Jack Werner 405-412-7861

The Southwestern Christian University Rotaract Club elected to following students:
Cory Montgomery - President
Alaura Prenzlow - Vice President
Hannah Hayes - Secretary
Kacee Schroeder - Treasurer
They will begin meeting soon to plan the events for this semester. Let's be a gift and welcome them to the Rotary World!

Mark your calendar for Wednesday August 26 for our first Social Evening and a Farewell to Paul Urquhart. The South Chamber will join us so we are going to start early, Join us from 4:30 to 6:30.
Cocina De Mino Mexican Restaurant
6022 South Western Avenue
5:30 to 6:30 pm
Wednesday August 26, 2015
A few appetizers will be provided upon arrival. Thank you to Scott Nachatilo, owner of OKC Home Realty Services, LLC for sponsoring our social nights this 1st quarter!
Invite a future Rotarian to join us.


Beef Pepper Steak

Tilapia with Dill Sauce

Chive Wild Rice

Garlic Roasted Potatoes

French Green Beans

Baby Carrots with Almonds

Garden Salad

Fresh Fruit Platter

Assorted Desserts


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Plaza Mayor
Sep 11, 2015
Pam Henry, Chair Emeritus OKC Mayor
Mayor's Comm on Disability Concerns
Sep 18, 2015
Jerry Steward, President OCCC
Oklahoma City Community College
Sep 25, 2015
Rebecca Huron
Hope's Harvest - Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma

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