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On Wednesday, July 10th, the Rotary Club of Edmond Installed its new officers for the 2019-2020 term.  Rotary International District Governor (5750) Lance Singleton was on hand to install the new officers and offer words of encouragement and thanks.  He encouraged the Club to embrace Rotary International’s 2019-2020 theme – Rotary connects the world.  He commended the club on their growth over the past year.  The Club ended the year with 102 members.
Outgoing President Jessica Lyle touched on the accomplishments of the Club during her term and introduced Chris Koehler as the new Club President.  Koehler said that he is focused on building on the successes of this past year and keeping up with the Club’s forward momentum.  He thanked the incoming board and the Club for their vote of confidence.
2019-2020 Board of Directors
President – Chris Koehler
Past President – Jessica Lyle
President Elect – Cindy Dimit
Secretary – James Boggs
Treasurer – Rusty Hale
Club Service – Janet Yowell 
Community Service – Chris Berry
International Service – Mark Jones
Vocational Service – Keith May
Sergeant at Arms – Andy Melvin
Rotary Foundation Chair – Natalie Bonney
Membership Chair – Sandy Chappell
Public Relations – Beth Case                                                                                                    
The Four Way Test recognizes a local business that meets the following requirements:  Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned?  Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned.  The 2019 winner was Daniel Creel of Route 66 Tire and Auto. 
Daniel conducts his life and operates his business in a manner consistent with the Rotary Club's 4-Way Test Award. The 4 Way-Test asks these questions:
Is it the truth?
Daniel knows every customer by name. His estimate is always based on the Truth. When you go to pay, it is the same – always the Truth.
Is it fair to all concerned?
Fair is their work. They are Fair in their time. They are Fair in their customer delivery. They are Fair on checking tires. They give advice and do not try to sell you all the time.
Will it build goodwill and friendships?
The atmosphere is so friendly and peaceful. They are very attentive to customers. They have made friends because of how they know you.
Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
They provide a great service to our city and the people who have cars and need a place to trust. You can trust this place.
Pictured left to right: Tim Richardson, Rotarian; Daniel Creel, Route 66 Tire & Auto and Paul Conrady, Rotarian
                                                                                                                                                                                    Maegan Barnes was selected as Ida Freeman’s 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year.  Barnes has been teaching kindergarten for 6 years.  Also in attendance was school principal, Nicole Marler.
Six very deserving Edmond High School Students were awarded scholarships from the Rotary Club of Edmond.  At the Club’s annual Community Recognition day, the students were recognized for their academics and most importantly, community service.  In awarding the scholarships Club Member and Scholarship Chairman, Jack Warner says that in awarding the scholarships decisions are based on activities and endeavors that align with the Club’s Philosophy of “Service Above Self.”
With the passing of Club Member and Edmond City Mayor, Charles D. Lamb, a special award was created in his honor.  The inaugural “Charles D. Lamb Service Above Self Scholarship” was awarded to Collin Shortt of Edmond Memorial High School.  Shortt plans to study Sports Journalism, but is still undecided on his which college he will attend.  Cheri Lamb, widow of Mayor Lamb was present to award Shortt his scholarship. 
Additional Scholarship Recipients are Mariah Brown, Santa Fe High School, Arden Hearne, Santa Fe High School, Gina Jackson, Oklahoma Christian School, Harman Kaur, Santa Fe High School and Alyssa Regier, Santa Fe High School. 
Approximately, $12,000 will be distributed the scholarship winners.
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Amy Stephens, Executive Director
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State Treasurer
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