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Edmond Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Mercy Edmond I-35
2700 West I-35 Frontage Rd
Edmond, OK  73034
United States
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Edmond Rotary Club organized and is sponsoring a Rotaract Club at University of Central Oklahoma and Oklahoma Christian University. Although fledgling, it is doing great service. Students made and distributed gift bags and served dessert, compliments of Millie’s Table, to St. Anne’s Retirement Center. Also, they spent time making decorations with the residents for ‘Bingo Night’ and participated in the games. Fifteen students participated, and the sponsorship is handled by Rotarian Chris Koehler. Back, from left, is Jacob Barnhart, Rebecca Sitton, Patrick Limon, Sarah Peterson, Jermanee Davidson, Amanda Rawls, Shelly Hillemyer. Audree Hillemeyer, Raquel Samaniego, Cindy Samaniego and Olivia Barron. Front, from left, is Gabby Roberts, Katherine Dang, Alma Marquez and Danielle Harkley.
Edmond Rotary Club hosts the annual Pancake Breakfast fundraiser at Flattire Burgers. Rotarians helping were, from left, club president Jeanean South with servers Chris Koehler, Shannon Price and Miss Oklahoma Teen Addison Price. Not pictured are Winnie Bushey, Betty DeHart, John White, Dan Chavez, Dawn Mamer and Cris Price.
Singers from the Maisha Project performed at an Edmond Rotary meeting, along with the inspiration story of its founder Beatrice Williamson, in red – orphaned at 9 in Keya, sponsored by a Swedish missionary, her arrival in the United States and eventual creation of establishing an orphanage, educational center and housing for her village and its environs, including partnership with Water4 and other groups to provide water and job training. Rotarians pictured, with nametags, are Jeanean South and Mitzi Hancuff with Greg White, in back.
The Rotary Club of Edmond welcomed Students from High Schools in the Edmond area as our Special Quest October 19, 2016. Students from High Schools in the Edmond spent Wednesday morning and shadowed members of the Rotary Club of Edmond members at their jobs to get exposure to a variety of occupation and learn more about Rotary and the impact it has locally and around the world.
Please join the Rotary Club of Edmond for a Pancake Breakfast benefiting Coats for Kids.  October 22, 2016 at Flatire Burgers. 318 East Ayers Street.  Edmond Oklahoma,  73013
Great food and fun for all!!!
Flatire Burgers 318 E. Ayers Street Edmond, OK 73013
$8.00 per person
Rotary Club of Edmond’s speaker, D’Anna Pulliam, champions the Salvation Army’s Buck$ for Bikes program that has provided 1,000s of bikes for children in need.  Edmond Rotary contributed the funds to provide more than 10 bikes for children this Christmas.  Every year, Edmond Rotary rings bells for The Salvation Army at Edmond’s two Wal-mart locations on Danforth and I-35.  Pictured from left are Community Service Board Chair Winnie Bushey; Edmond City Councilwoman and Edmond Club Service Chair Victoria Caldwell; Edmond Rotary President Jeanean South and D’Anna Pulliam, Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary volunteer and Buck$ 4 Bikes chairperson.

Edmond Rotary Club honored four senior students with a $2,000 scholarship each recently. The club honored Santa Fe High School student Damilola Lajuwomi, and Rebecca Hatton, Sameem Malakouti-Nejad and Amber Pentz , all North High School students.
Damilola Lajuwomi/Santa Fe will be attending University of Oklahoma with future plans to study law at Baylor University. She has a heart for volunteerism, serving daily as a teacher’s assistant for an elementary special needs class, for Special Olympics and through National Honor Society activities. She works for a drug-store chain.
Rebecca Hatton/North will be attending University of Arkansas, studying psychology toward becoming a nutritional therapist, minoring in Spanish. She serves on the Special Care Teen Board, volunteered for the all-school philanthropic BALTO week for two years in various chair capacities, and is on the music worship team for her church and for FCA. This summer, she’ll be a Kamp Kanakuk “princess,: and has worked as summer life guard and school-year nanny.
Sameem Malakouti-Nejad/North volunteers at the Edmond Library, TOP Soccer, elementary-school family fun nights for Key Club, the Bahai Center and the Interfaith Alliance. “It’s 10 times more beneficial to see someone have a better day,” he said. He plans to get his basics at Oklahoma City Community College, then on to the University of Oklahoma ROTC program and, afterward, medical school in radiology. This summer, he will be interning at Emory University in Atlanta in biomedical research.
Amber Pentz/North is an OU Academic Achievement Scholar, where she plans to major in journalism, then law, working for those who have a “diminished voice,” she said.  She is a cheerleader, top-three medalist in state DECA contest, freshman student advisor; volunteered at TOP Soccer for those with mental/physical disabilities, and has served on mission trips to Jamaica and Kentucky, among other activities. Also, she works in childcare.
The scholarships are awarded annually and a good portion of the selection is based on community service and need. For more information, go to
The service organization meets at noon every Wednesday at Mercy Edmond I-35, located south of 15th on the west I-35 Service Road.
The Edmond Rotary Club welcomes any interested party to attend its weekly meetings. Lunch is available for $15.00. Reservations may be made by contacting club secretary Allison Calhoun at
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the Rotary Club of Edmond.  Photos from our Christmas Program and Luncheon.

You are invited to join the Rotary Club of Edmond for a Pancake Breakfast,: Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015
8:00-10:00 a.m.

Great food and fun for all!!!

Flatire Burgers 318 E. Ayers Street Edmond, OK 73013

$8.00 per person

Proceeds will support the Rotary Club of Edmond Service Projects

The Edmond Rotary Club Installs new officer for the 2015 -2016 year during this week’s meeting.  We are looking forward a great year working in the community and around the world with this enthusiastic and talent leadership. Guests are always encouraged to attend our lunch meeting to enjoy time with our members, listen to interesting speakers and learn what Rotary Clubs do locally and around the world. We meet each Wednesday from 12:00 to 1:00pm at the Mercy Clinic on I-35. Cost of lunch is $15.00.
Cris Price – President
David Hornbeek- President Elect
Rusty Hale- Treasurer
Chris Koehler – Vocational Service
James Kerr- Sergeant at Arms
Jeanean South – Secretary
Barbara Matthews- Club Service
Leah Avey- Community Service
Kyle Thompson- International Service
Jay Buxton – Past President

District Governor Michelle Schaefer presented Past Club President the Women in Rotary Award for the Edmond Rotary Club. Mitzi is a loyal, hand working and loved member of our Club.Image

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Edmond Rotarians read to Ida Freeman Elementary School students recently for “Read Across America,” which highlights the books of Dr. Seuss. Edmond Rotary Club ‘adopted’ the school more than a decade ago, and commits to read to every class weekly if not every week. The Seuss day fit right into their mission. Keith Kersten has read regularly for a decade to Nichols fifth-graders. Carol Hartzog, complete with a ‘Cat in the Hat’ hat has read to the school’s first graders for 17 years.



ImageJImageJingle bells jingle bells! Rotary Club of Edmond helping Oklahomans in need this Christmas. Come by and donate at Walmart on Danforth and Santa Fe or or I-35 and 15th Street Also you can give at

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Contact us:  Rotary Club of Edmond  P.O. Box 1426  Edmond, OK  73083 / / (405) 535-0742