Chris Lincoln

Chris Lincoln
The Rotary Club of Tulsa created the Henry P. Iba Citizen Athlete Awards in 1993. It annually recognizes an influential male and female athlete for their success in their sport and more importantly, for being positive role models who give back to their communities. Not simply by donating to worthy causes, but by being personally dedicated and involved in their chosen charities. The awards are named after Henry P. Iba who was an unparalleled success as a coach, a leader and a citizen. Recipients are selected by the Iba Awards committee and are announced prior to the Iba Awards, which is a festive event held in June in Tulsa, OK. Each recipient receives a trophy and partner charities benefit from the night's proceeds from as well as the Rotary Club of Tulsa Foundation.

Sponsors

Community Care

Community Care

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Stay Connected

Awarding professional and student athletes who give back to the community is the focus of the Iba Awards. See what these community leaders say about the upcoming event!

VYPE Oklahoma
Union Public Schools - Tulsa, OK
Tulsa Public Schools
Shannon Miller
Chris Herren
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Tom McKeon, executive director of City Year Tulsa, spoke about the organization's involvement in public schools. Katy Mullins, first year corps member, also spoke about her work as a mentor and caring for students. AmeriCorps ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Tom McKeon, City Year, is our speaker this week.
In his role as Executive Director of City Year Tulsa, Tom McKeon leads an organization with the primary goal of keeping more students in school and on track to graduate from high need Tulsa Public Schools. Tom brings to City Year extensive educational experience in management, political advocacy, fundraising, organizational development, community outreach and board governance. Prior to joining City Year, Tom spent 34 years as a faculty member and administrator at Tulsa Community College (TCC), a multi-campus system serving over 35,000 students annually. During the last ten years of his career at TCC, Tom led the College as its President and CEO.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Rotary Club of Tulsa shared Rotaract Club of Tulsa's event. ... See MoreSee Less

Rotaract's Annual Wine, Cheese and Chocolate

April 20, 2017, 5:30pm - April 20, 2017, 8:00pm

Rotaract of Tulsa's Annual Wine, Cheese and Chocolate Fundraiser! April 20th, 2017 5:30-8pm Join the Rotaract Club of Tulsa for an evening of Wine, Cheese, Chocolate and the Arts! The proceeds of this evening will sponsor Rotaract initiatives such as: 1. Rotaract Kicks -a Rotaract charity that supplies athletic shoes to local children who would like to play sports but cannot afford shoes. 2. Rebuilding Together Tulsa - our hometown nonprofit service project whose mission is to end substandard senior housing in Tulsa. 3. The Janada L. Batchelor Foundation for Children (JBFC) - our international charity, which provides a home, school and vocational training for homeless girls in Tanzania. 4. Rotaract Scholarship - a Rotaract charity that awards a scholarship to one male and one female Oklahoma student each year. Tickets 50$ each Unlimited wine, cheese and chocolate along with access to the raffle and silent auction with purchase of ticket! Sponsorships available Purchase tickets at tulsarotaract.com/fundraising or contact us at tulsarotaract@gmail.com Special thanks for our Title Sponsor - Aaon and Acrobat Ant for their awesome ticket design!

View on Facebook

Upcoming Meetings