Hugh Kinsey - Battleship USS Oklahoma Dawn Mahiya 2018-12-06 06:00:00Z 0
June Meetings at a glance: Hugh Kinsey 2018-05-03 05:00:00Z 0
BOARD MEETING after this Friday's regular meeting Scott Nachatilo 2018-03-29 05:00:00Z 0
SPEAKER FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 2018 2018-03-14 05:00:00Z 0
SPEAKER FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 2018 2018-03-14 05:00:00Z 0
RILEY ROSS, SPEAKER FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 2018 Hugh Kinsey 2018-03-14 05:00:00Z 0
The Greatest Legacy Hugh Kinsey 2018-03-14 05:00:00Z 0
BOARD MEETING after regular meeting Friday, Feb 23, 2018 2018-02-20 06:00:00Z 0
SPEAKER FOR FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 2018 2018-02-20 06:00:00Z 0
SERVICE PROJECT - OKC FOOD BANK Hugh Kinsey 2018-01-30 06:00:00Z 0
SPEAKER FOR FRIDAY, FEB 2, 2018 Hugh Kinsey 2018-01-30 06:00:00Z 0
CLUB ASSEMBLY, FRIDAY FEB 9, 2018 @ 12:00 PM 2018-01-30 06:00:00Z 0
FRIDAY, JAN 26 2018 SPEAKER Hugh Kinsey 2018-01-23 06:00:00Z 0
2017 - 2018 ROTARY THEME Hugh Kinsey 2018-01-23 06:00:00Z 0
JANUARY BOARD MEETING ***RESCHEDULED*** 2018-01-11 06:00:00Z 0
JANUARY CLUB ASSEMBLY - Jan 12, 2018 2018-01-09 06:00:00Z 0
BOARD MEETING THIS FRIDAY, NOV 17 Scott Nachatilo 2017-11-14 06:00:00Z 0
THIS FRIDAY'S SPEAKER Scott Nachatilo 2017-11-14 06:00:00Z 0

Scott Inman was born and raised in Del City, OK. He attended the University of Oklahoma where he graduated in 2001 Summa Cum Laude and received a B.A. in political science with a minor in Spanish. He went on to attend the University of Oklahoma, School of Law, receiving his juris doctor in 2004. Upon graduating from law school, Representative Inman practiced law with a firm in downtown Oklahoma City. State House District 94 became vacant in the spring of 2006 and Scott decided to put his law practice on hold and run for office. Upon his election, Representative Inman became the first graduate of Del City High School to ever serve the city of Del City at the State Capitol. As of May 2009, Representative Inman has been elected Leader of the House Democratic Caucus, becoming the youngest person to ever lead a caucus in Oklahoma state history. Representative Inman married his high school sweetheart, Dessa, and the couple has two daughters, Ella Grace and Sophia Claire. He has received numerous awards for his contributions to the community and for his legislative work, including induction into the Del City High School Alumni Hall of Fame, the OBA Friends of Justice Award, the George Nigh Award for Young Democratic Leadership, OPEA’s Legislator of the Year, and the Representative Opio Toure Statesman Award.

Speaker for Friday, Nov 17 Scott Nachatilo 2017-11-14 06:00:00Z 0
Please join the Santa Fe South Boys & Girls Club Thursday, November 30th 2017 at 5:00PM as we welcome the winter season with our annual “Lights On After School” event!

Be our guest and enjoy an evening full of live performances, games, bake sale treats, and more! Our Club kids have been working very hard and can't wait to show you all they have been up to this year!
You will get to visit interactive booths hosted by: our very own Oklahoma Kindness Club, Vocal Performance, Dance Club, STEM, Garden Growers, Athletics, Art Club, our Pre-K/Kindergarten Program and Torch Club.

We would greatly appreciate if you could RSVP your “regrets” if you are unable to attend the event.
Your Santa Fe South Boys & Girls Club

Our Mission:
“To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.”
Amanda Blair
Unit Director- Santa Fe South
Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County
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THIS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2017 HUGH 2017-09-26 05:00:00Z 0
Life is... hugh 2017-08-24 05:00:00Z 0

Lauren Polchinski, Development Supervisor




Speaker - Lauren Polchinski, Friday Aug 26 -- Update Scott Nachatilo 2017-08-23 05:00:00Z 0
The Speaker for Friday, Aug 18, 2017 2017-08-15 05:00:00Z 0
Please bring contact information for 2 people whom you would like to invite for guest day. 
We are going to address postcards.

This Friday is CLUB ASSEMBLY!!! 2017-08-09 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Hugh Kinsey on Aug 08, 2017

Thank you so much for scheduling me to come speak in July. I am sorry that I didn't get to see you there but I had a good time meeting the other Rotary members. If any of your members would like more information on how to get involved or volunteer please don't hesitate to send them my way. Toward the end of September I will be hosting an Advocacy Group meeting at our club for any parents or community partners that are interested in learning more. 

Note from Amanda Boyd-Blair from OKC Boys & Girls Club Hugh Kinsey 2017-08-08 05:00:00Z 0
Speaker Friday, August 4, 2017 2017-08-01 05:00:00Z 0
Friday, July 21 - Boys & Girls Club of OKC - Amanda Boyd-Blair Hugh Kinsey 2017-07-12 05:00:00Z 0
NEXT BOARD MEETING, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 2017 Scott Nachatilo 2017-07-11 05:00:00Z 0
FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2017 SPEAKER Hugh Kinsey 2017-06-06 05:00:00Z 0
FRIDAY, JUNE 16 SPEAKER HUGH KINSEY 2017-06-06 05:00:00Z 0
CLUB ASSEMBLY, Friday, June 9, 2017 Todd Feehan 2017-05-24 05:00:00Z 0
District 5750 OKC ZOO DAY- Saturday, June 24, 2017 2017-05-24 05:00:00Z 0
MALARKEY ROOFING PLANT TOUR - JUNE 2, 2017 2017-05-24 05:00:00Z 0
MLK Quote Todd Feehan 2017-05-24 05:00:00Z 0
No Meeting this Friday, May 26, 2017 - MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND 2017-05-24 05:00:00Z 0
Connie Furrh, Our Speaker for Friday, MAY 19, 2017 2017-05-17 05:00:00Z 0
A BIG THANK YOU Todd Feehan 2017-05-10 05:00:00Z 0
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Oscar Carreon

Our final high school student for the 2016-2017 school year will be honored at the South OKC Rotary Club luncheon on Friday, May 19th.  Oscar Carreon is a senior at Southeast High School.  He is treasurer of the Senior class.  He has maintained a 4.0 grade point average and is on the Superintendent's Honor Roll.  He has been active in various clubs including: Honor Society, Drama, Link Crew, Spanish Club, Student Council and Key Club to just name a few.  He is an accomplished dancer with Synergy Dance Company.  He has served as a teen mentor with PAL and has volunteered for over 120 hours his senior year.  Oscar will be attending the University of Oklahoma this Fall.

MAY 2017 Student of the Month Todd Feehan 2017-05-09 05:00:00Z 0
NEXT CLUB ASSEMBLY, JUNE 9, 2017 Todd Feehan 2017-04-11 05:00:00Z 0
PANCAKE BREAKFAST, MAY 6 2017 Hugh Kinsey 2017-04-11 05:00:00Z 0
SOLICITING ITEMS FOR SILENT AUCTION Todd Feehan 2017-04-11 05:00:00Z 0
Aurora Lora, Superintendent
OKC Public Schools
Aurora Lora is responsible for leading and overseeing Oklahoma City Public Schools with approximately 46,000 students and 5,000 staff members.
Lora joined Team OKCPS in 2014 and was responsible for developing, implementing and supervising district-wide curriculum, working with human resources to train and evaluate staff, and monitoring student achievement and school effectiveness.
Prior to this, Lora served as an Assistant Superintendent for the Dallas Independent School District, Executive Director of PK-12 schools for Seattle Public Schools, and was a middle/high school principal in Portland Public Schools. A 2000 Teach For America corps member, Lora taught 4th grade at Ryan Elementary School in Houston, Texas.
Aurora Lora, OKCPS Supt., speaking this Friday, April 7. Todd Feehan 2017-04-04 05:00:00Z 0
TOGETHER WE CAN FIGHT HUNGER Hugh Kinsey 2017-03-29 05:00:00Z 0
Southern Dinner in the Park - Atlanta 2017 Flyer Greg E. Podd 2017-03-29 05:00:00Z 0
Seafood Nutrition Partnership 2017-03-28 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Todd Feehan
It's a pleasure for us to announce two new members have been approved by the board:
ROBERT ELDER, Owner of Complete Home Rentals
CARLA VILLEGAS, District Executive, Boy Scouts Last Frontier, Manuel Perez, Jr. District
Please extend your congratulations to our newest members and welcome them to the Rotary Club of South Oklahoma City!
SOUTH OKC ROTARY accept two new members Todd Feehan 2017-03-22 05:00:00Z 0
Amber England
Amber England is a fifth generation Oklahoman, born and raised in southern Oklahoma. She graduated from East Tennessee State University with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Mass Communication with a minor in foreign language. During college Amber served as program coordinator for an after school program for at-risk students in Johnson City, TN, and served as a special education teacher's assistant at Woodland Elementary School in Johnson City Schools.  
Longing to connect to her Oklahoma roots, she moved back to her hometown of Ardmore where she began her career as a journalist for The Ardmoreite, covering topics ranging from public education, state and local government, and breaking news to occasional sports and Sunday features.
Amber transitioned from a newspaper journalist into workforce development with the Southern Oklahoma Technology Center after completing her Master’s in Education from East Central University in Ada.
Amber helped launch Stand for Children Oklahoma in 2013, first as the government affairs director, then ascending to executive director of Stand in June, 2014. Prior to joining Stand, she spent six years leading policy, political, and communication strategy on the leadership staff of the Oklahoma State Senate and two years as policy and communications director for the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA) and program director for OICA's statewide childhood obesity initiative, Oklahoma Fit Kids Coalition.
Speaker for Friday, March 24, 2017 fee 2017-03-21 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Todd Feehan
Our District Governor, Megan Law, invites you to join her as we celebrate this great Rotary year and the amazing Rotarians in all of the clubs.  Coming up in less than two months is the Rotary District 5750 Annual Conference (May 4-6, 2017) in Shawnee, OK at the Grand Hotel & Resort. 
There is no charge to attend the Conference for active Rotarians, and there is only a minimal charge for guests at a few events.  Registration is now open on the district website:
Hotel Block Open until April 22nd
You may now reserve a hotel room through our reserved hotel block by calling the hotel directly at 405-964-7777.  Identify yourself as a member of ROTARY DISTRICT 5750.  We have secured discounted room rates of $109 for a standard room and $159 for a suite.
In preparation for the Conference, we request your help in a few areas:
Introduction of Conference Speakers by Club Presidents
We ask for your help to introduce speakers, breaks, and possibly to give an invocation during our Conference.  If you are interested, please email Jessica Sherrill at
Silent Auction Basket to promote your Rotary Club
To highlight our unique and amazing Rotary clubs within our district, we are asking each club to put together a silent auction basket to be displayed during Conference and given out to winners at our BBQ and Blackjack Party Saturdaynight!  These help Conference-goers learn more about your club.  Plus, it’s always exciting to win an awesome basket of goodies!  Be thinking now what your club could contribute.
Recognizing Deceased Rotarians
As we close out this Rotary year, we ask that you notify Jessica Sherrill ( of any Rotarians who passed away since April 2016.  We would like to honor them in our Friday All-Club Luncheon.  Please send a photo and name of the Rotarian along with classification, club offices held, awards, etc.
Foundation Dinner Friday to honor Paul Harris Fellows
The Foundation dinner will be Friday night, honoring those who have reached the next level of Foundation Giving. Soon a list of members and their Foundation donation levels, highlighting those less than $500 away from the next level will be emailed to you.
Rotary Awards to be given at Saturday Luncheon
The Awards Lunch will highlight Rotary clubs and Rotarians who went above and beyond, whether it was in completing the Presidential Citation, District Governor Citation or other outstanding service through Rotary.  Please go to the RI web site and input your Presidential Citation information. The District Governor Citation form is attached and after completion should be emailed to Megan Law at by April 1.
Survey to Determine Interest in Rotary Kids’ Conference
We are considering conducting a Rotary Conference for children and grandchildren of Rotarians in our district.  To determine interest, we have created an online survey.  Please visit to complete the survey.  We will review the responses no later than April 1.
Lastly, please begin spreading the word about the District Conference from now until May!  This is our time to celebrate successes, get to know Rotarians from across our district, highlight honors and awards, and generally just have a good time!  Please encourage all Rotarians to attend and perhaps consider cancelling your meeting that week to promote attendance at the Annual Conference.  We have even included a powerpoint presentation that you can share with your club members!

We appreciate all you do for Rotary and truly look forward to seeing you in May at the Conference!

Jessica Sherrill
Rotary District 5750 Conference Chair
Rotary District 5750 Annual Conference (may 4-6, 2017) Todd Feehan 2017-03-15 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Dawn Mahiya
A SPECIAL THANKS to all those who brought goods or donated towards the Hope Community Services Drive.
You are loved and appreciated!
Hope Community Services DRIVE Dawn Mahiya 2017-03-15 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Todd Feehan
       Randall Gardner, Director of Finance and Operations
Youth Services for Oklahoma County, Inc. is a nonprofit community organization that advocates, educates, intervenes and counsels youth and families to make a positive difference in their lives.

"Changing Young Lives" is at the core of all we do.
Established in 1972 by a group of visionary leaders, YSOC continues to positively impact the lives of thousands of children and families in Oklahoma County each year. YSOC provides professional counseling and a variety of innovative behavioral and educational services to meet the specific needs of young people. Our services are designed to foster self-esteem and resiliency, preserve and enrich family life, and instill a sense of community in a child, family and the community-at-large.

Our Beliefs
We believe…
  • In protecting and enhancing the value of vulnerable youth in our community.
  • In youth empowerment – helping youth discover their strengths, talents and understand their value.
  • Successful programs require the involvement and buy-in of the youth we serve from planning to realization.
  • Youth thrive when positive change is achieved in the family and a family’s strengths are realized.
  • In healthy, positive alternatives for all youth – young people can and will make informed choices concerning their own health and future.
  • In the power of partnerships - striving together to create innovative community resources to ensure all young people are given the opportunity to thrive.
  • Each person is unique and important – we value, encourage and celebrate the diversity of individuals.
This week's speaker, Youth Services for Oklahoma County Todd Feehan 2017-03-15 05:00:00Z 0
District 5750 Bus Tour - RI Convention, Atlanta, GA Todd Feehan 2017-02-07 06:00:00Z 0
Posted by Todd Feehan

Schedule Highlights

From the breathtaking opening ceremony and world-renowned speakers to informative programs and spectacular entertainment, the Atlanta convention promises to be an unforgettable experience. Here are some highlights.

All convention activities will be held at the Georgia World Congress Center unless otherwise noted.

(Note: See info about various Pre-Convention Events at

Sat, June 10

House of Friendship | 09:00-18:00

Presidential Peace Conference | 09:00-12:00

House of Friendship Grand Opening | 11:00-11:30

Youth Exchange Officers Pre-convention | 13:00-17:00

Orientation for first-time convention attendees | 15:00-16:00 | location to be decided

Sun Jun 11

Interfaith service | 08:45-09:45

House of Friendship | 09:00-18:00

Opening Ceremony – first seating | 10:30-12:30

Opening Ceremony – second seating | 15:30-17:30

Mon Jun 12

House of Friendship | 09:00-18:00

General Session 2 | 10:00-12:00

President’s Recognition Luncheon (Rotary-ticketed event) | 13:00-14:30 | location to be decided

Breakout sessions | 13:00-17:00

Tue Jun 13

House of Friendship | 09:00-18:00

General Session 3 | 10:00-12:00

President-elect’s Leadership Luncheon (Rotary-ticketed event) | 13:00-14:30 | location to be decided

Breakout sessions | 13:00-17:00

Major Donor Reception | 17:00-19:00 | Omni Atlanta Hotel, Grand Ballroom

Arch Klumph Society Dinner | 19:00 | Georgia Aquarium, Oceans Ballroom

Wed Jun 14

House of Friendship | 09:00-16:00

General Session 4 | 10:00-12:00

The Rotary Foundation’s 100th Birthday Party | session 1 | 12:00-13:30 | House of Friendship

The Rotary Foundation’s 100th Birthday Party | session 2 | 14:00-15:30 | House of Friendship

Breakout sessions | 13:00-16:30

Closing Ceremony | 17:00-19:00 



16 DEC 2016 -- 31 MAR 2017



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Rotary club or district employee

Guest age 19 or older

Spouse of deceased Rotarian


Non-Rotarian alumnus




Guest of alumnus or Rotaractor


Youth Exchange student




Guest age 5-18

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Rotary International Convention - June 10-14, 2017 - Atlanta, GA Todd Feehan 2016-12-29 00:00:00Z 0
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ROTARY Membership and Public Image Seminar
All Rotarians are welcome free of charge, and the session will be particularly beneficial to Presidents, President-Elects, Membership Chairs, and PR Chairs.
Join experts from our Rotary Zone to learn about growing membership, Rotary public image, and how the two are linked! Zone Public Image Coordinator Lisa Herring and Zone Membership Coordinator Kelly Atkinson will be sharing their expertise as we dive into how we can tell our Rotary stories to the public and attract and retain members. Any interested Rotarian is welcome, and the seminar will be particularly useful to incoming Club Presidents, Membership Chairs, and Public Image/Relations Chairs. We'll begin with a joint session highlighting how Rotary and club public image affects growing our membership. Then, we'll split up with one group focusing on Public Image and the other on Membership. Lunch will be provided.
All Rotarians are welcome free of charge, and the session will be particularly beneficial to Presidents, President-Elects, Membership Chairs, and PR Chairs.
When: January 28, 2017 9am-3pm
Where: OCU School of Law,
800 N. Harvey OKC, OK
Please register by noon on January 27, 2017.  Register online at
ROTARY Membership and Public Image Seminar Todd Feehan 2016-12-22 00:00:00Z 0
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Holiday Wishes Todd Feehan 2016-12-22 00:00:00Z 0

     National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Commemoration

       The National Park Service and the United States Navy will co-host the 75th commemoration of the attack on Pearl Harbor. This event is also supported by the City and County of Honolulu, the State of Hawaii

       and the Governor's Office, members of Hawaii's congressional delegation, and other branches of the U.S. military.


      The USS Oklahoma ceremony commemorates the devastating loss of the ship and 429 of its crew members. That ship was torpedoed relentlessly and capsized within 14 minutes. She represents the second greatest loss 

      of life of the ships struck at Pearl Harbor. Since the inception of the Memorial on Ford Island, the National Park Service has conducted on every Dec. 7 a special ceremony in the early afternoon of that honored day.



  Our own Sergeant First Class Hugh Kinsey, United States Army, Retired, played Taps at the dedication of the USS Oklahoma Memorial on Dec. 7, 2007 and is returning to Pearl Harbor to play taps during this historic

  75th Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Commemoration. is live-streaming all the special events of the day beginning at 7:30 AM local (11:30 Central); the USS Oklahoma event is scheduled for 1:00 PM local

  (5:00 PM Central).

PEARL HARBOR 75TH Remembrance Day - Dec. 7, 2016 Todd Feehan 2016-11-29 00:00:00Z 0
Board Meeting Schedule for Balance of Rotary Year Todd Feehan 2016-11-28 06:00:00Z 0
Malarkey Roofing and South OKC Rotary are hosting a Rotary meeting, lunch and a plant tour on Friday, January 13th from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at Malarkey Roofing, 3400 S. Council, Oklahoma City, OK 73179.
This is a fundraiser for RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Academy). Malarkey Roofing is providing us lunch and we are charging each attendee $15 as a fundraiser. Get your Rotary makeup/meeting and support RYLA!
For: SOKC Rotary RYLA Fundraiser & Meeting
When: Friday, January 13th, 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Where: Malarkey Roofing, 3400 S. Council, Oklahoma City, OK 73179
How Much: $15 lunch plus tour
Please Join Us!
JANUARY 13, 2017 - SOUTH OKC ROTARY MEETING Todd Feehan 2016-11-22 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Todd Feehan
Section 1. Annual meeting. An annual meeting of the club shall be held on the first Friday in December in each year, at which time the election of officers and directors to serve for the ensuing year shall take place, unless an alternate date is set by the board of directors.
An alternate date has been established for South OKC Rotary Meeting: Friday, Jan 20, 2017 at our regular meeting place, Integris Southwest Medical Cancer Center, at 12:00 noon.
Thank you for your continued support.
Todd Feehan
2016-2017 ANNUAL MEETING Todd Feehan 2016-11-09 00:00:00Z 0
We need volunteers for the Buck$ 4 Bikes 11th Annual Bike Assembly Day.  Anyone interested in volunteering can contact me at  Or, they may call my home phone, 691.3561.   We have ordered 1,535 bikes which will fulfill every request  made by an Angel Tree child this year.  Yep, 1,535 requested bikes/trikes and 1,535 shall receive!!
We have many tasks to do other than assemble bikes; i.e., breakdown cardboard boxes, keep work area clear of debris, push completed bikes from the assembly area to the final inspection area, etc., so please spread the word to your family and friends to contact me if they would like to volunteer!
Here are the event details:
• SAME LOCATION AS LAST YEAR: Vacant retail space formerly occupied by Montgomery Ward located on the east end of Plaza Mayor at The Crossroads (intersection of I-35 & I-240).  Look for the Salvation Army sign at the lower level east exterior doorway.  NO ACCESS THROUGH MALL ENTRANCE.
• Date:  Saturday, November 26.
• Time:  9:00am to approximately noon
• No children under the age of 16
• Break area available with complimentary snacks and beverages • Dress in comfortable shoes and clothing • Bring your own set of assorted tools which should include the following:
              Set of metric sockets
              Set of metric allen wrenches (13, 14 & 15mm)
              Set of metric wrenches
              Flat blade and phillips screw drivers
              Crescent wrench
              Box knife or diagonal cutters
              Flathead screwdrivers
              Bike Stand (if you have one)
SALVATION ARMY - Buck$ 4 Bikes 11th Annual Bike Assembly Day  Todd Feehan 2016-11-01 00:00:00Z 0
Posted on Oct 31, 2016
The guidelines are listed below and the nominating form is attached. Rotarians are welcome to self-nominate as well. 

As per the Bylaws of District 5750, Past District Governor Lance Phillips is announcing that nominations for District Governor for 2019-20 are open. He will convene a Nominating Committee in early December. If you or someone you know is interested in applying, please submit an application to Lancebp2000@yahoo.comby November 26. For more information, email him or call him at 405-641-3869.

The qualifications are as follows:

Unless specifically excused by the board, no person shall be selected as nominee for governor unless the Rotarian has the following qualifications at the time of selection. 
a. The Rotarian must be a member in good standing of a functioning club in the district.
b. The Rotarian must have full qualifications for such membership in the strict application of the provisions therefore, and the integrity of the Rotarian’s classification must be without question.
c. The Rotarian must have served as president of a club for a full term or be a charter   president of a club having served the full term from the date of charter to 30 June, provided that this period is at least six months. 
d. The Rotarian must demonstrate willingness, commitment, and ability, physically and otherwise, to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the office of governor as provided in Duties of a Governor in section 15.090 of the Rotary International By-Laws.
e. The Rotarian must demonstrate knowledge of the qualification, duties, and responsibilities of a governor as prescribed in the bylaws and submit to RI, through its general secretary, a signed statement that the Rotarian understands clearly such qualifications, duties, and responsibilities. Such statement shall also confirm that the Rotarian is qualified for the office of governor and willing and able to assume the duties and responsibilities of that office and to perform them faithfully.
f. Unless specifically excused by the board, a governor at the time of taking office must have attended the international assembly for its full duration, been a member of one or more Rotary clubs for at least seven years, and must continue to possess the qualifications in Qualifications of a Governor-Nominee in section 15.070 of the Rotary International By-Laws.
g. Unless specifically excused by the board, a governor at the time of taking office must have been a member of a functioning club in the district for four years.
Rotary District 5750 Governor Nominations Now Open  Susan Urban 2016-11-01 00:00:00Z 0
FRIDAY, OCT 28, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Baptist Children's Home, OKC

16301 S. Western
Oklahoma City, OK 73170

Help is needed for set-up (5:30-6:00) and clean-up (8:00 - 8:30)

Please contact Jamie Crowe if you have any questions.

HALLOWEEN PARTY/CARNIVAL @ Baptist Children's Home Todd Feehan 2016-10-26 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Todd Feehan on Oct 03, 2016
WED, MAY 31, 2017;  6:30 - 8:30 PM
Thank you for your continued support!!!
FOOD BANK SERVICE PROJECTS Todd Feehan 2016-10-03 05:00:00Z 0
We have a scheduled Service Project today at the Oklahoma City Food Bank at 3355 South Purdue Ave from 6:30 to 8:30.
Volunteers will be sorting and packing, which includes:
  • Bagging and boxing food products
  • Assembling food kits for programs like Food for Kids and Senior Feeding
  • Sorting, weighing, and boxing donations
  • Tagging bags
  • Cleaning
See you there!
*TODAY* FOOD PANTRY SERVICE PROJECT Todd Feehan 2016-09-28 00:00:00Z 0
"We can't keep books in stock," said Richard Maxey, chief of the medical center's voluntary service. "Patients, family members and visitors take a book to help pass time with loved ones.”
The medical center receives magazines from community partners, and the magazines are kept on the wards and in the waiting areas. The books go to the library on the main floor, and the library staff puts some of the books on display 
shelves outside the library for after-hours visitors. 

"Most of the books we receive are geared toward women," Mr. Maxey said. "There just aren't enough with men interests in mind." 

Mr. Maxey has been the chief of voluntary service for 12 years and has worked at the medical center for a total of 18 years. He coordinates voluntary efforts and oversees donations and fund-raising activities, designed to make veterans more comfortable during their visit. He came to the VA with a mission to give back to something that supported his dad, a Vietnam veteran. 

According to hospital records, about 125 patients stay at the hospital on any given day, and patients stay an average of six days. 
August 26 through September 30.
Bring your books to be donated to the weekly meetings starting August 26
for collection and delivery to VA Hospital on September 30.
Books for Veteran Drive Todd Feehan 2016-08-24 00:00:00Z 0
The following South OKC Rotarians are being recognized for perfect attendance for the 2015-2016 year:
Jim Bowers
Jimmy Bowers
Jamie Crowe
Jim Mainard
Gus Pekara
Jack Werner
2015-2016 Perfect Attendance Recognition Todd Feehan 2016-08-24 00:00:00Z 0
Check out our Facebook page Todd Feehan 2016-08-23 05:00:00Z 0
MONTHLY BOARD MEETING Todd Feehan 2016-08-19 00:00:00Z 0
Rotarian of the Day Todd Feehan 2016-08-16 00:00:00Z 0
(The numbers in parentheses identify the relevant legislative enactments).
Attendance Ability to change rules. Clubs may relax or tighten attendance requirements and termination policies for non-attendance. However, clubs are still expected to forward attendance reports to the governor. Any club that wishes to continue adhering to the traditional attendance requirements may do so. (16-21)
Rule of 85. Rotarians can be excused from attendance if the combined total of their years of membership in one or more clubs plus their age equals at least 85, with their years of membership totaling at least 20. (16-35)
Club Board Treasurer. A club treasurer is now a permanent member of the club board. (16-02)
Board meeting minutes. Written minutes should be prepared for all club board meetings and be made available to members within 60 days of that meeting. (16-01)
Club Finances Admission fees. New members can be admitted without paying admission fees. However, clubs may also choose to retain these fees, and they have the flexibility to add admission or other fees to their bylaws. (16-07)
Club dues increased. To address both financial challenges and the need to improve service to clubs, RI semiannual dues were increased by $4 for each of the next three years — to US$30.00 per half year in 2017-2018, US$32.00 per half year in 2018-2019, and US$34.00 per half year in 2019-2020. (16-99)
Club Meetings Ability to change meeting schedules. Clubs can now vary their meeting days and times, and can cancel meetings, as long as they meet at least twice a month. However, any club that wishes to adhere to the traditional requirements regarding meetings and cancellations may do so. (16-21)
Canceling a meeting. Clubs can cancel a meeting if it falls during a week that includes a holiday. (16-26)
In-person and online meeting participation. Clubs can have in-person meetings, online meetings, allow online participation for an in-person meeting, or switch between any of these formats. (16-30)
Council on Legislation Proposed legislation. Only two types of proposals will be considered: enactments, which seek changes to RI’s constitutional documents, and position statements from the RI Board. (16-113)
Council representatives. Representatives will serve for three years, starting on 1 July of the year following their selection. For example, the 2019 Council representative would take office on 1 July 2017 and serve until 30 June 2020. (16-114)
Council on Resolutions. A Council on Resolutions consisting of Council representatives will meet online annually to consider recommendations. Resolutions may be proposed by a club, district conference, the RIBI general council or conference. Those resolutions adopted by a majority vote of council representatives must be submitted to the general secretary by 30 June of the year prior to the Council on Legislation. (16-113)
District Changes Moving clubs into adjacent districts. The Board can merge a district with fewer than 1,100 members, or divide districts with more than 100 clubs by moving clubs into adjacent districts. (16-84)
Two years for districting changes to take effect. Any decision by the Board to eliminate or change district boundaries won’t become effective until at least 24 months after it is made. (16-86)
District Leadership Vice governors. Having a vice governor is no longer mandatory. This role replaces the governor in case of that person’s inability to perform their duties. If the district uses a nominating committee, the committee selects a past governor proposed by the governor-elect. If the nominating committee doesn’t receive a nomination, or if a nominating committee was not used, the governor-elect may choose a past governor as vice governor. The vice governor serves in the year following his or her selection. (16-74, 16-76, 16-77)
Procedures for failing to adopt the annual statement and report of district finances. The statement and report of finances must be discussed and adopted within three months of the conclusion of the district conference or at the next district meeting to which all clubs are entitled to send a representative and for which 30 days’ notice has been given. If no district meeting is held, the governor must conduct a ballot by mail within 60 days of the end of that three-month period. (16-88)
Mishandling of district finances. Anyone who fails to follow Rotary’s financial requirements, including improperly administering the district fund, is prohibited from holding any Rotary or district office until the irregularities are resolved. (16-89)
E-clubs E-clubs and Rotary clubs. The distinction between traditional clubs and e-clubs was eliminated. While references to e-clubs have been removed from Rotary’s constitutional documents, e-clubs may continue to name and promote themselves as Rotary clubs that meet exclusively or primarily on-line. (16-82)
Elections Concurring with a governor selection challenge. The number of clubs that must concur with a club’s challenge to the nominated candidate has been increased to 10 other clubs, or 20 percent of the total number of clubs in the district, whichever number is higher. Only clubs that are at least one year old as of 1 July of that year are counted in the total and may concur with a challenge. (16-71)
Special elections nominating procedure streamlined. If a district restarts the governor selection process due to special circumstances, the governor does not need to repeat the request for suggestions from clubs if there were none made during the first nominating process. (16-72)
Magazines Joint magazine subscriptions. Two Rotarians residing at the same address may choose to subscribe jointly to The Rotarian or to the regional magazine prescribed for their club. (16-96)
Membership Rules and qualifications. Clubs may determine their own rules or requirements for transferring members, dual membership, and honorary members. They’re also free to continue following the traditional provisions for these members. The only mandatory qualifications for membership are that Rotarians must be adults who have demonstrated good character, integrity and leadership; have a good reputation in their business, profession and community; and are willing to serve in their community and around the world. (16-36, 16-38)
New membership types. Clubs may offer associate, corporate, family, or other membership types. Clubs offering these additional types would report these members to Rotary as “active” for purposes of inclusion on the club invoice. Other financial obligations (club dues, meal costs, etc.), attendance requirements, and service expectations for these members are determined by the club. However, only active members may be considered for office and count in determining a club’s voting strength. (16-36)
Dual membership in Rotary and Rotaract clubs. Rotaractors can simultaneously hold separate membership in a Rotaract club and a Rotary club. (16-40)
Transferring member statement. Potential members who owe money to another club are ineligible for membership. Clubs must seek confirmation that a former Rotarian does not have any outstanding debt to their previous club. When a club requests a statement from the club of a member who wishes to transfer, or who was previously a member, as to whether that person owes money, the request must be responded to within 30 days. If no response is provided, it is assumed that the member doesn’t owe anything. These changes are in the RI Bylaws but are no longer repeated in the Standard Rotary Club Constitution. (16-51)
New Clubs Charter member minimum. New clubs need at least 20 members to be chartered. (16-83)
Suspension Suspension of membership. Clubs may now suspend a member for a maximum of 90 days. At the end of that time, they must either terminate or reinstate the member. A suspended member has the right to appeal the suspension or request mediation or arbitration. (16-49, 16-50)
Suspension or termination of clubs because of litigation. Clubs can be suspended or terminated if one of their members takes legal action against RI or The Rotary Foundation — including action against directors, trustees, officers, and employees — before exhausting all Rotary remedies. The Council also clarified the conditions under which the RI Board may take action against districts with repeated election complaints. (16-81)
Notes from District President's Newsletter law 2016-08-02 00:00:00Z 0
In 2016/17, our Rotary Foundation turns 100. That’s a century of Rotary     members changing lives and improving communities all over the world. And    that’s definitely something worth celebrating.
Through our Foundation, Rotary members have supported thousands of projects to provide clean water, fight disease, promote peace, provide basic education,  and grow local economies. We’ve also been a leader in the fight to eradicate  polio worldwide.
The centennial is the perfect time to share this impressive record with the      world. Join us in making sure that every Rotary member and people in every   community know about the vital work of Rotary and its Foundation.
We are marking the centennial with a year of festivities beginning with the    2016 Rotary Convention in Korea. Make a note of these celebration            opportunities:
At the Korea convention
Visit the Centennial booth in the House of Friendship
Attend the breakout session The Rotary Foundation: 100 Years of Doing Good in the World
Have your copy of “Doing Good in the World: The Inspiring Story of The Rotary  Foundation’s First 100 Years” signed by its author, David C. Forward (you can   purchase the book at the Rotary Resource Center)
At the Atlanta convention:
Register for the Atlanta convention, 10/14 June 2017, so you can take part in  the Foundation’s 100th birthday party
Join past and current Rotary leaders and author David Forward for book signing
Visit The Rotary Foundation centennial exhibit in the House of Friendship
Ways to celebrate
  1. Here are just a few ways you can join in and commemorate this historic milestone:
  2. Plan a special Rotary Day and invite everyone in your community to      participate. It can be anything from a concert to a race to a birthday     party with a giant cake in the shape of the  Rotary wheel.
  3. Hold a fundraiser in your community to support a Foundation grant       project, the Rotary Peace Centers, or PolioPlus.
  4. Organize or participate in a global grant or district grant project.
  5. Promote your club or district projects that are funded by the Foundation.
  6. Dedicate some club meetings to Rotary Foundation topics.
The Rotary Foundation Centennial Todd Feehan 2016-07-19 00:00:00Z 0
These principles have been developed over the years to provide Rotarians with a strong, common purpose and direction. They serve as a foundation for our relationships with each other and the action we take in the world.
The Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster:
FIRST: The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service;
SECOND: High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations; and the dignifying of each Rotarian’s occupation as an opportunity to serve society;
THIRD: The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian’s personal, business, and community life;
FOURTH: The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.
The Four/Way Test is a nonpartisan and nonsectarian ethical guide for Rotarians to use for their personal and professional relationships. The test has been translated into more than 100 languages, and Rotarians recite it at club meetings:
Of the things we think, say or do
  1. Is it the TRUTH?
  2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
  4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
We channel our commitment to service at home and abroad through five Avenues of Service, which are the foundation of club activity.
  1. Club Service focuses on making clubs strong. A thriving club is anchored by strong relationships and an active membership development plan.
  2. Vocational Service calls on every Rotarian to work with integrity and contribute their expertise to the problems and needs of society.
  3. Community Service encourages every Rotarian to find ways to improve the quality of life for people in their communities and to serve the public interest.
  4. International Service exemplifies our global reach in promoting peace and understanding. We support this service avenue by sponsoring or volunteering on international projects and seeking partners abroad.
  5. Youth Service recognizes the importance of empowering youth and young professionals through leadership development programs such as Rotaract, Interact, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, and Rotary Youth Exchange.
Guiding Principles of Rotary International Todd Feehan 2016-07-11 05:00:00Z 0
Plan to attend our Annual Meeting and Installation of the New Officers for 2016-2017.
President                     Todd Feehan
Past President              Jamie Crowe
President- Elect            Scott Nachatilo
Vice- President             Open
Secretary                     Brian Wall
Treasurer                     Dawn Mahiya
Director At Large          Jim Bowers Jr
Vocational                    James Moore
International                Martin Ramirez
Community Service      Jamie Crowe
Membership                 Jack Werner
Sergeant at Arms         Christi Roney
Club Service                Gus Pekera/Jamie Crowe
Installation of 2016-2017 Club Officers June 24, 2016 Jamie Crowe 2016-06-03 00:00:00Z 0
Thank you for helping the Feeding Hope
Thanks to a last minute donation of $100.00 toward the OSU which means the winner of the battle of bedlam is OSU
OSU collected $161.00
OU collected $74.00
$235.00 = 1174 meals
Funds collected goes to OSU!!
Food collect goes to OU!!
Feeding Hope Results - Bedlam Winner is OSU! 2016-05-27 00:00:00Z 0
The Post Office that has been selected is below. They need 6-7 more volunteers at this site.  
601 South Service Road, Moore OK 73160
12:30 to 6:00 pm
Don't feel obligated to be there the entire time but if you can it will be appreciated.
Email me if you plan on helping out and the time you will be available so I can register you.
Saturday May 14, 2016 - Feeding Hope Volunteer Day! Jamie Crowe 2016-05-11 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jamie Crowe
Feeding Hope and Letter Carrier April 25 - May 20, 2016


100% participation -  Bring 1 plastic bag of non-perishable items to the weekly meeting. Place your bag in the OU BOX or OSU BOX

Bedlam Boxes - The box with the most items total will get bragging rights as the winner of the bedlam contest.

Thank you to the Rotarians who have already brought their bag or made a donation:

  • Jack W
  • Scott N
  • Gus P
  • Dennis H

OSU box is currently in the lead!

Cash can be donated in place of a bag of food. Place the cash in the OU or OSU Cookie Jar!


Bring your donations today for Feeding Hope Jamie Crowe 2016-04-07 00:00:00Z 0
Fish & Fitters Fry - Silent Auction TONIGHT April 15, 2016 2016-04-06 00:00:00Z 0
The 2016 SCU Job Fair is scheduled April 6th from 2:00-4:00 p.m. Any company who is hiring or club who is soliciting members can participate by signing up.  The Job Fair is April 6th at 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. in the North Dorms Conference Center.  
Also, the Rotaract Club is selling ads to place in the Rotaract News magazine. Proceeds go toward helping a family in need and providing a Food and Toiletry Pantry for students in need.  Any person or business can place a business card size ad for $25.00, or half page ad for $40, or full page ad for $60.  
SCU Rotaract Update 2016-03-03 00:00:00Z 0
Greeter, Invocation & Rotarian of the Day 2016-02-11 00:00:00Z 0
Fall in LOVE with Rotary Jamie Crowe 2016-02-11 00:00:00Z 0
P.A.L and Rotary Club Student of the Month for May is Marco Parra, Senior at Capitol Hill High School
Marco will join us and be recognized Friday, May 13, 2016.
P.A.L - Student of the month for May 2016-02-10 00:00:00Z 0
There are seven girls and two boys. As you plan your activities and exchange gifts, please recognize the fact that this is Nahomi's third time to lead their team, and the students first time to be in Oklahoma.

The following is the Team's hosting schedule.

Stillwater/Cushing - pickup at OKC Airport - 3/13, 3/14
Ponca City - 3/15, 3/16
MWC/EOC - 3/17, 3/18
Weatherford - 3/19, 3/20
****Club 29/SOKC - 3/21, 3/22
Jerry & Carleen - 3/23
Club 29 - Take Team to OKC Airport early AM - 3/24
* You must have your daytime activity schedule to me by March 1st. For OKC area clubs, please let each other know your activities so there are no duplications. I will have a master schedule back out to you by March 5th.
** I will provide nice name badges and lanyards and will get them to Dave McCroskey for each of the students to wear during their stay with us.
*** Thanks to Ed Miller and MWC for hosting the Sayonara Party. David & Myra Reid will have their complete outbound team attending as their first activity together.

Planned Activities:
OKC Thunder - 3/22
Sayonara Party/ The Rock House in MWC - 3/23

Thanks to each if you and to your clubs for making this year's WOR rock!
Your The Best,
Kelly & Keith
Thank you Linda Carr for opening you home to two Students!
Wings Inbound Our Club to Host March 21 & 22 Jamie Crowe 2016-02-05 00:00:00Z 0
On February 26-27, 2016 at the OSU Alumni Center in Stillwater, Oklahoma experts and District 5750 leaders will be training our up-and-coming club leaders! Register here by February 25th.
ALL incoming Club Presidents for the 2016-2017 Rotary year should plan on attending PETS (President-Elect Training Seminar) from 8am-5pm Friday and the Foundation Seminar on from 9am-noon on Saturday. Lunch and dinner Friday are provided. Next year's President-Elects (Presidents 2017-2018) are also highly encouraged to attend to get a jump-start on their training. There is no charge to attend for incoming Presidents or President-Elects. Guests and other interested Rotarians can attend for $40 to cover the cost of meals and snacks. 

Incoming Club Secretaries and Treasurers should attend Club Officer Training from 1-4pm on Saturday afternoon to learn the ins and outs of paying dues, submitting reports, and using ClubRunner and Rotary Club Central. 

Club Membership Chairs and any Rotarians interested in growing Rotary's membership should attend the Membership Seminar from 1-4pm Saturday afternoon. The session will be interactive and will focus on both recruiting and retaining members and discussing practical ways to increase membership! 

There is no charge to attend either Saturday afternoon session for any Rotarian. Incoming Club Presidents are encouraged to stay and attend one of the afternoon sessions. Lunch will be provided to anyone attending both the morning Foundation Seminar and one of the afternoon sessions. 

Thank you, 
Susan Urban 
District Trainer
Rotary District 5750
PETS Training - February 26 & 27, 2016 Jamie Crowe 2016-02-05 00:00:00Z 0
Jay Kreft with Malarkey Roofing Products has submitted an application for membership to the South Oklahoma City Rotary Club.
Prospective Member Jamie Crowe 2016-01-28 00:00:00Z 0

South Oklahoma City Rotary Foundation meeting January 22 at 11:00 a.m for election of new board members.

If interested in becoming a board member please show for the meeting on January 22, 2016. Prior to our scheduled Rotary Meeting.


Rodney Ramos

S OKC Rotary Foundation Meeting January 22, 11:00 am Jamie Crowe 2016-01-19 00:00:00Z 0
Thank you Don for setting all this up!
THANK YOU Volunteer Chester Babbitt, Bob Bosse, Jimmy Bowers, Linda Carr, Kevin Calabrese, Jeff Citro, Donna Cervantes, Jamie Crowe, Todd Feehan, Leo Morrison, Scott Nachatilo, Gus Pekara, Rodney Ramos, Gary Rankin, Jack Warner, and Robert Crowe.
Ring the Bell for Salvation Army 2015-12-11 00:00:00Z 0
Collecting new and gentle used coats through the holiday season. Please bring them to the weekly meetings.
Coat Drive 2015-12-11 00:00:00Z 0
Bring Comfort and Joy this Holiday Season. Ask Scott Nachatilo for a information and list of items needed.  
Give new items for children’s holiday gifts:
Board games (for all ages)
Learning and developmental toys (for all ages) Children’s reading books (for all ages)
Baby Dolls, Barbie’s and accessories
Tonka cars and trucks
Basketballs, soccer balls and footballs
Children’s pajamas and slippers (for all ages)
Model airplanes and cars (kits for assembling) Manicure kits and nail polish for adolescent girls
Infant toys and rattles
Play Dough (preferably name brand) Coloring books and Crayons
Fashion accessories for teens/tweens
Clothes of all sizes for all ages
Headphones/ear buds for MP3 players
Give new items for women’s holiday gifts: Robes and slippers or house shoes
Planners, Notebooks and Journals
Wall and desk calendars
Tote Bags and purses
Hair dryers and curling irons Gloves, hats and scarves
Clock radios and alarm clocks
Watches and bracelets Insulated/travel mugs
Manicure sets
Heating pads
Coats and sweaters
Dresses and blouses
Craft Items
YWCA Oklahoma City Comfort & Joy List 2015-11-20 00:00:00Z 0
Halloween Party was a success! Thank you PENN 44 Jamie Crowe 2015-10-02 00:00:00Z 0
Bring your new or gentle used DVDs to the weekly meeting. All items will be donated to the Norman Veterns Center in Norman Oklahoma. Contact Scott Nachatilo for more information.
Collecting DVDs for the Vertran's 2015-09-15 00:00:00Z 0
"If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate." - Sandy Dahl, wife of pilot of Flight 93 Jason Dahl
In Remembrance of 9/11 Jamie Crowe 2015-09-10 00:00:00Z 0
New member orientation Monday April 11, 2016 at 10:00 AM
Rose State College
6420 Southeast 15th Street
Midwest City, OK 73110-2704
For more information please contact Jack Werner 405-412-7861
New Membership Orientation April 11, 2016 Jamie Crowe 2015-09-03 00:00:00Z 0
Volunteer Night October 14 at The REGIONAL FOOD BANK OF OKLAHOMA jamie crowe 2015-09-03 00:00:00Z 0
Pizza for P.A.L

Let’s have a good showing for P.A.L. and for club fellowship. And spread the word to friends and family.


Join your friends at the SOKC Rotary Club for a social hour to support the Oklahoma City Police Athletic League (OKC PAL) from 5:30 to 7pm on Thursday, January 28 at Old Chicago Pizza, 2125 SW 74th Street. During this time Old Chicago will donate 10% of your bill to OKC PAL if you tell your server you’re there for PAL.

The Oklahoma City Police Athletic League (OKC PAL) is a juvenile crime prevention program providing educational and athletic activities for all children, primarily those in high-risk neighborhoods. OKC PAL brings youth under the constructive influence of responsible adults and police officers who volunteer their time as positive role models. The Rotary Club of South OKC supports OKC P.A.L. by providing scholarships to P.A.L. student-mentors. image


Social Night Pizza for OKC P.A.L January 28th 5:30 to 7:00 Jamie Crowe 2015-08-26 00:00:00Z 0
Outstanding Rotarian will be announced Quarterly
  • Invite guests (potential Rotarians) to our weekly meetings
  • Each quarter the Rotarian with the most guests will be recognized with this Traveling Trophy for being an Outstanding Rotarian
  • Each quarter the Trophy will be award to the next winner with the most qualified guest
Outstanding Rotarian Jamie Crowe 2015-08-20 00:00:00Z 0

Rotaract Club is needed one speaker for November 17 (on topics such as careers, entrepreneurship, etc.) 1:30 p.m.  We would like speakers to talk for approximately. 20 minutes or so, the Rotaract President or Vice President will introduce the speaker. Lunch will be served prior.   

Dr. Elicia A. Brannon-Little, Faculty

Southwestern Christian University

(405) 789-7661 ext. 3468

SCU Rotaract Club needs a speaker for November 17 Jamie Crowe 2015-08-20 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jamie Crowe
The Southwestern Christian University Rotaract Club elected to following students:
Cory Montgomery - President
Alaura Prenzlow - Vice President
Hannah Hayes - Secretary
Kacee Schroeder - Treasurer
They will begin meeting soon to plan the events for this semester. Let's be a gift and welcome them to the Rotary World!
Southwestern Christian University Rotaract Club - New Officers Jamie Crowe 2015-08-18 00:00:00Z 0

Grilled Steaks with Crisp Onions

Blackened Tilapia

Butternut Squash

Mashed Potatoes

Sauteed Mushrooms

Sweet Corn

Garden Salad

Fresh Fruit Platter

Assorted Desserts


Menu Friday February 19, 2016 Jamie Crowe 2015-08-07 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Jamie Crowe
Make the most of your membership. Here's how.
  1. Learn more about Rotary Global Rewards. a new member benefit program that offers discounts on products and services - Travel, hotels, car rentals, dining, and entertainment. Visit and click on member center.
  2. Identify a need in your community and work with your club to design a hands-on project that address it.
  3. Learn how to apply for a grant to implement a project at
  4. Know a young leader> tell them about Interact, Rotaract, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA), and Rotary Youth Exchange.
  5. Explore other clubs. Did you know that you're welcome to attend any club's meeting, anywhere in the world? use the Club Locator app to find meetings when you travel.
  6. Try a new role. Clubs need leaders. Take the first step and ask where your club needs help.
  7. Attend Rotary International convention in Seoul, Korea. enjoy inspiring talks from global leaders, celebrities, and activists. Meet members from around the world. Its the ultimate way yo understand the scope of Rotary. Register at
  8. Be part of history and help eradicate polio. Find out how to support PolioPlus and join the movement to end Polio at
  9. Use the resources in the Rotary Brand Center at to help you communicate, inspire, and collaborate.
  10. Meet other members who share you interests and passions through a Rotary Fellowship or Rotarian Action Group. There are about 70 groups catering to everyone from cooking enthusiasts to water and sanitation project experts.
  11. Connect on social media. Rotary has official pages on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, Flickr, and more. Join the conversation at
  12. Support The Rotary Foundation. contributions provide millions of dollars in grants that support our humanitarian service around the world. Learn more at
A Dozen Ways to Make a Difference Jamie Crowe 2015-07-23 00:00:00Z 0