Upcoming Events
Zones 30 & 31 Zone Conference
Sep 28, 2021 – Oct 03, 2021
2022-23 Officers Due to RI
Jan 31, 2022
Mid-America President Elect Training Seminar
Holiday Inn Hotel & Conference
Mar 24, 2022 – Mar 26, 2022
RI Convention - Houston
Jun 04, 2022 – Jun 08, 2022
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My Fellow Rotarians,
The new Rotary year is here, and I am humbled and honored to be serving as your District Governor. As I’m sure you are tired of hearing, last year was not easy for anyone and maintaining connections in social circles took an effort that many of us just didn’t have in the tank. That said, looking back at the newsletters from last year and the Rotarians that took the time to share on social media, I am reminded why this is the organization I choose to align with. Where some see adversity and run, Rotarians come to the table with solutions and continue to make a positive impact in our communities and the world.
This year, the Rotary theme is, “Serve to Change Lives”. I think we can safely say that there’s a life you’ve touched as part of your service that has made a difference, and once you’ve experienced that difference, you want to put it on repeat. I want to encourage each of you to project publicly the service you perform daily and let the world know the impact you’re making. It’s admiral to work in the shadows, but in today’s environment good works and good news is good for the soul. We need it. Let’s feed the soul through Rotary and overflow into our communities.
Thank you for your service, thank you for your commitment to Rotary, and thank you for being you.
Cheers to a great year, Action!
Matt Tipton
District Governor 2021-2022
While we are waiting for our exchange program to reopen, some districts are coming up with different ways to offer an exchange.  We have some countries that are interested in virtual exchanges. If you are wanting to find out more about what that entails, please email Jonna Herbert at
Rotary Peace Fellows: District 5750 reaching Afghanistan, Mongolia and Somalia
Rotary works towards creating peace in many ways: encouraging service to community, building bonds across professions and cultures, and supporting humanitarian actions to address underlying sources of conflict such as poverty and unmeet health and education needs.
District 5750 has recommended four applicants for this year’s Rotary Peace Fellowship, Rotary’s most unique peace program. This highly competitive program provides up to 130 fully-funded fellowships at one of seven Rotary Peace Centers around the globe.
Stillwater - New Meeting Days & Location
The Stillwater Rotary Club will be meeting the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month at 5:30 and at a new location. 
Enid Presents a Virtual Festival of Flavor
The Rotary Club of Enid dreamed up a virtual Festival of Flavor that would help local restaurants plus raise funds for the club to donate to local non-profits plus Rotary International. Club fund-raising chair Jennifer Bauman signed up 13 local restaurants to offer discounts of 10% or 20%, then printed Festival of Flavor cards listing those restaurants.
EOC Twi-Night Golf Tournament
The EOC Rotary Club is gearing up for our annual glow golf fundraiser. If you're not ready to play, we still have ways for you to support this fun and worthy cause.
Contact us to sponsor the event at any level or purchase a raffle ticket for great prizes. Businesses and individuals supporting this great fundraiser will be promoted and thanked at the Aug. 20 event.
Cherokee - Independence Day Celebration
The Cherokee Rotary club teamed up with the Lions club members for the annual Independence Day Celebration and raised a few thousand dollars for college scholarships.  Almost five hundred servings of ice cream plus hamburgers, brats, hot dogs and drinks were enjoyed by the community.
Cushing - Fill the Bus & Rotary Pool Party
Most recently, Cushing Rotarians hosted our first annual ‘Fill the Bus Golf Tournament.’ This fundraiser- golf tournament was held to raise funds for the Cushing Public Schools’ teachers and students. It was a tremendous success and promises to be an event worth carrying forward for years to come. 
The second event held the last week of June was the annual Rotary pool party and hot dog dinner for local children and adults who participated in the Cushing library summer reading program. 
Enid - Rotary Gift Supports Ministry
Enid Rotary Club donated $403.50, collected through drawings over the last 13 weeks, to support Emmanuel Enid's Pacific Island Ministry led by Pastor Yohanes Arwakon. 
Yukon - Shoes for Kids
Yukon Rotary Club participated in a back to school  "Shoes for Kids" project which sets up a "store" full of shoes and socks for children in our district who need them.  
Enid Hosts Maryland College Players
The Rotary Club of Enid partnered with a youth baseball team to “sponsor” a college baseball team from Maryland for the NJCAA World Series. Ten teams from across the nation come to Enid for the junior college year-end tournament.