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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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Rotarians please take a minute to visit with Donna Cervantes. Donna has visited our club for several weeks and has even brought a guest. She has applied for membership to become a Rotarian. 

The 2015 Bi-District Foundation Banquet
Saturday, March 21, 2015  6:00 pm
NCED Conference Center & Hotel
2801 East State Hwy 9
Norman, OK  73071
Sustaining Member $60


Roast beef  w au jus 

Shrimp creole w wild rice 

Garlic mashed potatoes 

Squash medley


Garden Salad

Fruit Platter

Assorted Desserts


Please join us Friday to hear Darrell Weaver
Darrell Weaver was commissioned as an Agent with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics in 1987, and he has held various assignments throughout the state. In 2014, Darrell was inducted into the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Hall of Fame. Darrell graduated from Cameron University with a Bachelors of Accounting, was Cameron’s 2009 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient and in 2013 named as a Cameron “Acclaimed Aggie”. He earned a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Oklahoma Christian University and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy 199th session and the Senior Management Institute for Police 55th session. In 2011, he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Pharmacy. He is an Alumnus of the Leadership Oklahoma Class XXIII, Leadership OKC Class XXVIIII, the 2013 Leadership Moore Class, the 2011 Tinker Air Force Base COMMStar Program and the current Salt and Light Leadership Training (S.A.L.L.T.) program. He was the 2010 State Charitable Campaign Chairman for the United Way and is a former State Board member for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Oklahoma.
In 1998, Weaver developed and coordinated an aggressive agent physical fitness program, which is the model for all of Oklahoma law enforcement. He is an avid martial artist and holds a black belt in karate.
In September 2006, Weaver was appointed Director of the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control where he is currently serving his 28th year as a Commissioned law enforcement Agent.
Weaver is a long time elected trustee of the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System (OLERS), is a member of the Council On Law Enforcement Training (CLEET) governing council, and has served on numerous boards and committees. He currently serves on the Oklahoma State University-OKC law enforcement advisement committee and the University of Central Oklahoma Criminal Justice Advisory Board.
Weaver is an active member of the FBI National Academy Associates; the Association of Oklahoma Narcotics Enforcers; the Oklahoma Sheriff’s and Peace Officers Association; the Oklahoma Police Chief’s Association; the Cameron University Alumni Association; and is a long- time volunteer youth football and basketball coach.
Director Weaver actively attends Harvest Church.


On Friday, February 6 Rotarians presented The Norman Veteran Center 

with a $10,000 donation. The funding will start a Music Therapy Program for 

our Veterans. A special Thank You to the committee, Rotarians, Sponsors and 







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