Upcoming Events
Rocking for Hope - District New Year Kickoff
Will Rogers Theatre
Jul 27, 2023
4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Zone 30-31 Summer Leadership Seminar
Marriott Tulsa Hotel Southern Hills
Aug 05, 2023
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Rotary Night at Louie's on the Lake
Louie's on the Lake
Aug 18, 2023 7:00 PM
Launching a Vibrant Rotary Year – District 5750 As
Epworth Villa
Aug 19, 2023
10:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Bricktown - 2nd Annual Bricktown Rotary HIT-A-Thon
Sep 13, 2023
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
EOC Rotary Club Annual Glow Golf Fundraiser
Choctaw Creek Golf Course
Sep 15, 2023 5:30 PM
Zones 30-31 Institute: Feel The Beat!
Sheraton Memphis Downtown Hotel
Sep 21, 2023 – Sep 24, 2023
Oct 02, 2023 – Oct 08, 2023
IRS Tax Filing Deadline
Nov 15, 2023
Mid-America President Elect Training
Wyndham Hotel & Ft. Smith Convention Center
Mar 21, 2024 – Mar 23, 2024
Multi-District Conference
Choctaw Resort & Casino
Apr 25, 2024 – Apr 28, 2024
RI Convention 2024: Singapore
May 25, 2024 – May 29, 2024
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District Leadership

Deena Fisher
District Governor
Jeanean Yanish Jones
District Governor Elect
Jack Werner
District Governor Nominee
PDG Megan Law
District Administrator
PDG Lance Singleton
District Treasurer
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Greetings Fellow Rotarians!
What a fun and exciting time I am having with my official visits to our clubs in 5750. I have now visited 29 out of 34 clubs! I had a wonderful steak and lobster dinner with the Stillwater Centennial Club. They conducted an impressive silent auction for Polio Plus. In
addition, Service Above Self was in action at the Midwest City Rotary Club as I heard about the
numerous projects that the club is doing. I also participated in the swearing-in ceremony of four new members. I am still amazed at the vitality of that club. Soon thereafter, I attended the energetic and civic-minded Midtown Rotarians where fun, food, fellowship and good works were in full display. What fun they are having while doing great service projects on behalf of Rotary.
As I write this report to the membership, my day started with the wonderful stories of community service from our Del City Rotarians. This club meets at 7:00 a.m., and every member is a recognized Paul Harris member. The Del City Rotarians are making a huge
difference in their community and the Rotary Foundation. At noon, I heard a colleague and fellow
Rotarian Trait Thompson’s presentation at the Rotary Club of Oklahoma City. They are the third
largest club in “Rotary World” and have been active in the State of Oklahoma for 115 years! The warmth, fellowship, and service reports were uplifting as well as so many Junior Rotarians in the audience. I love Rotarians, and I love the philosophy of Rotary in action that I am observing in all the clubs I am visiting.
As Rotarian and Foundation Trustee, John F. Germ, reminds us, “Every great project begins in the minds of our members.” I am impressed with the clubs I have visited since assuming the role of District Governor. Let’s continue to improve people’s quality of life in our
communities and our world.
Thank you club presidents, district leaders, RYLA, and district assistant governors for this wonderful opportunity to serve as your Governor.
In Rotary Service,
Deena Fisher
District Governor 2022-2023
Join the Polio Plus Society!
Join Rotary’s pledge to eradicate Polio worldwide...The Polio Plus Society is a group of Rotarians who have committed to giving $100 per year until the world has been declared free of the wild polio virus...We’re 99.9% there!
Thanks to all that created the passion to launch the Polio Plus Society. I am excited to join a group of dedicated Rotarians in District 5750 that will End Polio Now!
MidAmerica President Elect Training Seminar

The purpose of the Presidents-Elect Training Seminar (PETS) is to help you to be a club president who has the necessary skills, knowledge, and motivation to lead an effective club. In addition to PETS, club presidents-elect receive additional training at the District Training Assembly.

Attendance at PETS is now required by Rotary International for all presidents-elect in order to serve as president of your Rotary club.  

Mara Talek Community Water Global Grant
On July 22, Rotarians from Oklahoma, Arizona, and North Carolina, visited Narok, Kenya, to participate in the dedication of Global Grant 1868701, Mara Talek Community Water Project, Narok County, Kenya. This $145,000 water project included contributions from six Rotary districts and twenty-eight individual clubs including three of our clubs. The project began in 2015 and completed in 2019. Due to COVID, the project dedication could not take place until 2022. 
District Governor Visits
District Governor Deena has had another great month of visit district clubs! See the fun pictures now!
Perry - Annual Disc Golf Tournament
On October 23rd, the Perry Rotary Club hosted its Annual Disc Golf Tournament at Rotary Park in Perry.  Despite the Oklahoma wind, six teams participated and everyone had a great time!  The funds raised will be used to support the Club’s community service projects and fund several scholarships for Perry High School seniors. 
Edmond - Smoke Detector Fundraiser
The Rotary Club of Edmond is in full-giving mode as we approach the holiday season. As our coldest months approach, people turn to space heaters and other ways to keep warm so the risk of fires increase.
OKC Midtown - Service Projects Abound!
Midtown Rotary has had an incredible start to the Rotary year in both service and donation. We’ve actively served the community through our projects with organizations such as Misfit Mutts, Plaza Fest, ExhibITion, and this month the Homeless Alliance. We have also had the privilege of supporting through donations: Oklahoma Arts Institute Quartz Mountain program, RACE Dance Collective’s Hip-Hop Nutcracker, Millwood School’s Band, and OKC Beautiful’s Sculpture of Trash in Scissortail Park. 
Stillwater Centennial - Lobster & Steak for Polio
The Stillwater Centennial Club hosted their annual Steak and Lobster dinner and fundraiser for Polio Plus and raised close to $1,600 as well as having a night of fellowship. 
Oklahoma City - High School Rotarians
On Saturday, November 5th, Rotary Club of Oklahoma City welcomed 23 high school seniors from 12 area schools for their annual High School Rotarian program. The students spent the morning learning about Rotary, meeting one another, and hearing from nonprofit leaders in the community. Then, the students were greeted at the club's November 15th program and introduced to membership. Over the next 6 months, students will participate in service projects, visit the club, write an essay on what Service Above Self means to them, and run a club meeting for their graduation. Our thanks to co-chairs Carole Kelley and Jessica Sherrill for their work and leadership with the students!
Stillwater Frontier - Rest in Peace, Jim
Stillwater Frontier Rotary member, Jim Halligan. Senator Halligan was a public servant in the truest sense, he’ll be remembered for his compassion and leadership as OSU President at the time of the OSU men’s basketball team plane crash and as an educator. He and his wife, Ann, truly are the best of us.
Bricktown - Hit-a-Thon
The Bricktown Rotary Club hosted a brand new fundraiser this year.  The 1st Annual Bricktown Rotary Hit-a-Thon took place on September 14 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm.
Midwest City - Veteran's Day Parade
On Veterans' Day, Midwest City entered its annual float in the Veterans' Day Parade.  Veterans, club members, and seventeen Jr. Rotarians participated in the parade in spite of the cold weather and bitter wind from the North.  Hot coffee and doughnuts were provided by Chili McQuillar and our club president pulled the float behind his truck.
Stillwater Centennial - Students of the Month
SJHS SOTM Caleb Beckham and Isabella Genevro brought their families and a continent of their teachers to continental breakfast with Centennial Rotarians. Caleb is a school Peer Partner, plays basketball, fishes and generally likes spending time outdoors. Favorite class: Math and Physical Education. He anticipates returning to the Lafayette  Louisiana area to engage in construction. Isabella is in the school band wind ensemble. She plans to be an elementary school teacher after college.
Bricktown - Prader Willi
It was a day to shine with our Prader Willi family. Saturday, October 1st, the Bricktown Rotarians came out to help at the Oklahoma Science Museum. 
Midwest City - Rotary Pavilion Celebration
Rotary Club of Midwest City enjoyed its first successful annual cookout at the Rotary Pavilion last Thursday night. There was a great turnout of about forty members and visitors from the Dell City Rotary Club.  Chef Osenga prepared seventy hamburgers and fifty hotdogs with the help of Chef Duncan. There were cupcakes to eat and marshmallows to roast for dessert.  
Oklahoma City - Teacher of the Month
In cooperation with the Mayor's office and City Council, the Rotary Club of Oklahoma City recognizes an outstanding teacher in our community.  
Mr. Brian Stewart’s desire to pursue a career in education was supported by his family, allowing him to provide hands-on courses focused on vocational skills and career options for all students.
Stillwater Centennial - Speakers Update
Stillwater Centennial was proud to be visited by Hilary Hunt with Stillwater Habitat for Humanity, Stephanie Fry with Big Brothers and Sisters, Maribeth Muzmeski with OSU Marketing, and Amelia Chamberlain with the Sheerar Museum. 
Midwest City - Hope's Giving & New Member
Another day of volunteer service at the Hope's Giving dinner was provided by the outstanding Junior Rotarians of Carl Albert High School and a new member was welcomed!
Bricktown - RYLA
The Bricktown Rotary was proud to sponsor 4 RYLA Youth Camp attendees of the 49 that attended.  Our one and only Jeff Gabelsberg  a Co-Chair helped with this super event. Coming out of Covid the event was held part Zoom and in person.