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We are thrilled to announce the appointment of our new executive director, Tina Miller!

Tina was a long-time club member and is a veteran of Tulsa Rotary's humanitarian well drilling project trips, Camp Enterprise and more. An accomplished photographer, Tina's photo of Nicaraguan villagers celebrating in water gushing from a new well drilled by Tulsa Rotarians was a finalist award-winner in Rotarian Magazine. She hits the ground running and our 400 members couldn't be more pleased.

Tina is pictured here with club President Mike Homan, who introduced her to the club at this last Wednesday's luncheon.
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Tulsa’s hometown entertainer, entrepreneur and community activist Taylor Hanson shares the mission of Food on the Move, the nonprofit he formed to fight Tulsa’s food deserts. It’s another outstanding weekly program at the Rotary Club of Tulsa. Come join Tulsa’s largest group of community leaders working together to improve our hometown Tulsa! ... See MoreSee Less

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One of the most exciting developments planned for Tulsa is the new Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture, to be built in the Tulsa Arts District, across from Cain’s Ballroom. It’s been a long journey but ground will be broken soon. Joining us this Wednesday, February 14, will be Jeff Moore, the new executive director of OKPOP Museum to provide an update on plans and an inside look into the project. ... See MoreSee Less

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With police shootings becoming more newsworthy across the country – including here in Tulsa – cities are taking a closer look at how police protection is delivered in high-risk neighborhoods. In Tulsa, a renewed Community Policing initiative is underway. Fellow Rotarian and Police Chief Chuck Jordan will introduce us to two key individuals in that initiative, Assistant Chief Jonathan Brooks and Officer Popsey Floyd. JOIN US TOMORROW AT NOON!! ... See MoreSee Less

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COME JOIN TODAY to hear Sophia Pappas and Onikah Asamosa-Caesar from the George Kaiser Family Foundation and Mayor G.T. Bynum

Topic: The Birth Through Eight Strategy for Tulsa (BEST)

BEST is a comprehensive, continuous and integrated approach that focuses on families to help break the cycle of intergenerational poverty. This strategy knits together programs and services to create a seamless continuum of support. Programs, services, community agencies and philanthropies are partnering with Tulsa’s families to build a cycle of opportunity.
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