Dues and prepaid meals fees:

Total approximately $1,150 per year and members are invoiced semi-annually in June and December. New members pay one-time initiation fees of $358, with dues and meals prorated to the next billing period. No fees are required to submit an application. After the applicant has been approved, a staff member will contact the prospective member and provide an invoice for the prorated dues and fees.

New Member Requirements include:

  • Attend a 2-hour training session known as Yearling University to further their knowledge of Rotary. YU is conducted semi-monthly at the Rotary office on a Thursday morning.
  • A new member will serve once each as a meeting greeter and an attendance scanner plus participate in a Yearlings Special Group Project. The final requirement is to attend and observe a Rotary Club of Tulsa Board of Directors’ meeting.

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2 days ago

Rotary Club of Tulsa

Happy Friday! As we get started to go into the weekend, let's reminisce on last week when some of our wonderful Rotarians spent their afternoon performing service above self by ringing bells for the Salvation Army! ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

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If you like beer then there's a good chance you're familiar with Tom Gilbert and his "What the Ale" beer blog. This Wednesday, Dec. 12th, Tom joins us at our weekly Rotary luncheon.

Hear from the head of the photography department at the Tulsa World, a man who has he been published in The New York Times and is the house photographer at concert venues in Tulsa.

Join us as we learn more about fellow Rotarian and past president of the Will Rogers club, Tom Gilbert.
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1 week ago

Rotary Club of Tulsa

We had a great time at our annual Shop with a Cop event. Thank you to all the volunteers that came together to make the day a great success. Can't wait to do it again next year! In the mean time, here are some pictures from this year's event. ... See MoreSee Less

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On Dec. 6 club members fanned out across the city to ring bells and support the Salvation Army, a Rotary Club of Tulsa tradition since 1935.

At one of the Woodland Hills Mall entrances, Rotarians Bill and Barbara Kogerman had prepped for their role with songs and kid jokes (just ask). The couple recently moved from Southern California and love Tulsa … they joined Rotary, are enjoying grandkids and getting ready to experience their first Oklahoma winter.
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