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Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 6:30 PM
Old Germany Restaurant - In the Wine Cellar
15920 SE 29th St.
Choctaw, OK  73020-6549
United States
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Using a district grant, the club has purchased exercise equipment and the city of Harrah has installed it in the Harrah Heritage Park.
Kyle Croak reading to a Pre-K class
Delivering items to the Mid-Del Youth and Family Emergency Shelter. Included are personal items such as shampoo, toothpaste and toothbrushes, stuffed animals, small backpacks, diapers, and bicycles and helmets. This was accomplished with club funds and a district grant from Rotary District 5750 District 5750

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Speakers
Noon Justin Lenhart
Aug 17, 2017
Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame
Scott Munz
Aug 24, 2017
Great State Fair of Oklahoma
Noon Megan Williams Federal Reserve Bank
Aug 24, 2017
Local and National Economy
Evening Stan Florence
Aug 31, 2017
OSBI
Evening Service Project
Sep 07, 2017
Octoberfest
Evening John Wilguess
Sep 14, 2017
Oklahoma Dental Foundation
Evening J. Pat Carter
Sep 21, 2017
Retired Associated Press photographer
Evening No Meeting
Nov 23, 2017
Thanksgiving
Noon No Meeting
Nov 23, 2017
Thanksgiving
 
 
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