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What's New at Midtown Rotary



Online ticket sales have closed! A limited number of tickets will be available at the door for $45.  

We are back again to bring our unique adult Spelling Bee/Beer Tasting fundraiser to Film Row in Downtown Oklahoma City! Join us at The Paramount from 6:00 pm to midnight on Friday, February 27, 2015!

For the cost of your $40 ticket, you get food from Paramount, beer from local brewery Anthem, AND entrance into the Spelling Bee with a grand prize of $500! Don't worry, you don't HAVE to enter the Bee, you can just eat and drink and laugh at your friends trying to spell. We will have a great silent auction available for your bids on local art, crafts, gift baskets, and more! The Paramount will have a cash bar available to purchase other beverages if you need something other than beer.

Local comedian Spencer Hicks and Midtown Rotary's very own funny man Jacob Rowe will be emceeing the Spelling Bee portion of the evening! We'll even have some awesome entertainment from OKC Improv between rounds!

This year we are also introducing a designated driver ticket for our friends who won't drink and will help everyone get home safe. For $20, you get everything included in a regular ticket except the booze.

Doors open at 6:00 pm, spelling starts promptly at 7:00 pm!

Tickets will be $45/$25(DD) at the door, so get yours now! 

Must be 21 to enter.

All proceeds will go to help Midtown Rotary continue to serve the local and international community.


Robots are fun! With a grant from Rotary District 5750 and club funds, we were able to help Douglass Middle School's Botball team. The Botball team make and program robots to take to competions. We provided a new practice table and transportation to their competition! Check out these cool robots and their special "Thanks Rotary!" message.

With the help of a District Grant from Rotary District 5750, we were able to purchase art supplies for students at Horace Mann Elementary in Oklahoma City. Here are some pictures of our club members delivering the supplies and great thank you notes the students made us with their new supplies!



On October 30, members of OKC Midtown Rotary delivered four trumpets, four clarinets, four flutes, and corresponding supplies to the music class at Capitol Hill High School! The instruments and supplies were made possible with a District Grant from District 5750 and funds from OKC Midtown Rotary . The students and their teacher were so excited and gave the Rotarians an impromptu concert with their new instruments!




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