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We are so excited to have Oklahoma City University Head Rowing Coach, Mike Knopp, as our featured speaker this week.

Mike will discuss the OKC Boathouse as well as Olympic training in rowing.

For more information about Mike Knopp and other upcoming programs, go to our website:

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Daniel Regan, Chairman of Typros, is our guest speaker this week.

Daniel Regan is the Chairman of the Board for Tulsa’s Young Professionals; one of the largest organizations of its kind in the country with over 8,600 members. He is also the Executive Vice President and Director of Leasing for Kanbar Properties.

For more information about Daniel Regan and other upcoming programs, please visit our website:

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Don't miss RCT's own Mark Graham as our guest speaker this week!

Mark R. Graham brings years of volunteer and executive leadership experience plus a passion for the Tulsa community to his role as President and CEO of the Tulsa Area United Way. He is responsible for establishing the strategic direction of TAUW and oversees the day-to-day operation of the organization. He serves on the Board of Directors and jointly, with the Board Chair, represents the Tulsa Area United Way in the community.
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Marcia MacLeod & Greg Arend will be our guest speakers, Wednesday, July 20th.

Marcia MacLeod is the senior vice president of Human Resources and Administration. Prior to WPX, she had been with Williams for a decade, serving in leadership over compensation, benefits, enterprise business services, information services, and most recently as vice president and chief information officer.

Greg Arend is a Managing Partner for Oklahoma at Deloitte Advisory. He has over 30 years of experience serving clients in the energy, financial services, retail & public sectors. He also serves as the national leader for the Financial & Operational Risk Transformation for the public sector.
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In 2014, our club's official centennial project was a $1 million gift of public art on a granite plaza on Williams Center Green. Occasionally we have to wash n' wax the bronzes and generally spiff up Rotary Plaza. Thanks to all the Rotarians who came to serve last Saturday! ... See MoreSee Less

The Rotary Club of Tulsa joins Facebook. Welcome Rotarians!

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