Helping to empower individuals to make informed decisions.
 
 
The June 27, 2019, final meeting of the 2018-2019 year was called to order by Pres. John Gorton.  The prayer was provided by Rot. Kory Kirkland and the pledge by Rot. Jay Epperson.  Our talented music leader, Rot. Mitch Williams, lead the group in the song “Thank God for Kids”.  President Gorton introduced Deane Tuthill, Director of Public Relations with Life Choice Chickasha.  Catering was provided by Rock Island Grill.
 
Pres. Gorton giving the Fun Facts for the day:
National Handshake Day!
1778 – the Liberty Bell is returned home to Philadelphia after the British departure.
1893 – great stock market crash on NY Stock Exchange.
1967 – The world’s first ATM is installed in Enfield, London.
Local History – Kiowa Indian girls in a July 4, 1899 parade plus a picture of the Ladies Band for the July 4, 1896 celebration.
 
GUESTS:
Rot. Frank Farmer with Trina Southard.
 
Rot. Hal Brock providing the Sunshine report.
 
FINES:
Sgt of Arms Brad Duvall looks very pensive over his duty list.
 
Rot. Elizabeth Allen – no phone!
 
Rot. John Mosley – still paying for his son…lol
 
President-Elect Ed StantonBREAKING NEWS!  No exemptions on fines for the last Thursday in June.  GAME ON!!
 
Fining the President for his last Fun Facts
 
Everyone pitches in to give Duvall the bragging rights for highest fine year for Rotary.
 
Money is rolling in for Big Fine Day.  Duvall vs Mosley
 
Donations from Ed Stanton, Conrad Duprez, Jay Epperson, John Gorton, Gary McNatt, Sharon Bowman and Steve LaForge. A total of $65 was raised making Sgt of Arms Brad Duvall the winner!!
 
SPEAKER:
Deane Tuthill, with Life Choices, Chickasha gave an excellent presentation on all the benefits they provide for pregnant and new mothers.
 
Catering was provided by Rock Island Grill, Chickasha.
Pictured is Rot. Rocky Roberson.
 
President John Gorton, the final closing bell for his presidential year.  Good job, sir!
 
Deana Tuthill is the director of public relations for Life Choices Chickasha. She and her husband have 2 children and have lived in Chickasha for 20 years. Whether it is serving on PTO, being a Sunday school teacher for the youth or the corresponding secretary of her local PEO International club she has a heart for serving in her church and her community.
 
In 2013, she started volunteering as a client advocate at Life Choices and found a new purpose and outlet to further serve others. After 5 ½ years, she was hired as the public relations director. While she couldn’t give up seeing her clients, her main advocacy strategies are to raise awareness about the specific needs of women, men and families in our community and surrounding areas.