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!
The Rotary word for January is Connection!
As I helped the West Oklahoma City Rotary Club hand out twenty-five scholarships in their December
meeting, I saw and felt firsthand the “connection” these wonderful Rotarians had for each other and
their community. I have felt this “Rotary Connection” time and time again across our 34 clubs as I visit. I
have witnessed the pride and satisfaction that active clubs feel in the services they provide and the
sheer joy of working together to make a difference in the quality of life of their communities. From this
vantage point of helping our local communities while sharing our local values, we develop a “sense of
purpose and meaning, accompanied by the personal payback of greater self-work and engagement with
the wider community.” (“A Welcome Embrace”, Rotary Magazine – January 2023).

Connection with each other as Rotarians is very important. This feeling of belonging to a “Rotary
Family” develops lifelong friendships and a true enjoyment of spending time together in rewarding
service. In a recent finding on Club Service, “what has come across more than anything is the shared
laughter and camaraderie, the feeling of being valued, listened to and that you matter.” (Ibid) As West
Oklahoma City Rotarians say, “Don’t forget the 5th part of the 4-way Test” and then they yell out
together “Is It Fun.” This makes me smile every time. I love the “Connection” we have to each other
from Oklahoma City Clubs to Stillwater Clubs, to Ponca City, to Woodward, to Clinton, to Weatherford, and points in between. Thirty-four shining lights for Rotary.

Finally, I leave you with the words of our R.I. President Jennifer Jones again in the January 2023 issue of
our Rotary Magazine, “The single most important factor in member satisfaction is the club experience. How at home you feel in your club, how rewarding club meetings are, and how engaged you feel in
service projects.” Again, it’s the formula for a successful Rotary Family making a difference in the world.
The Rotary word “Connection” is very important for the comfort and care of our members.
In Rotary Service,
Deena Fisher
District Governor 2022-2023

MidAmerica President-Elect Training Seminar

Register now for President-Elect Training Seminar to be held Friday, March 24th, and Saturday, March 25th in Springdale, AR. 

Registration is free for all incoming Presidents!

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. 

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

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!
Welcome a High School Exchange Student!
Ready to welcome a Rotary international high school student to your community?
A true benefit to being a Rotarian is having instant and infinite connections to communities across the world. When Jay and I decided to welcome a high school student from Brazil as part of a long-term youth exchange, we were excited, scared, curious, and full of a whirlwind of emotions. Let me introduce Maria Eduarda Lopes Franco, a long-term inbound Rotary exchange student who attends Putnam City North HS. She is...
District Governor Visits
District Governor Deena has had another great month of visit district clubs! See the fun pictures now!
District Membership Update
34 vs 32. 1688 vs 1721…. a net loss of 33. What do these numbers mean? All these numbers are directly reflective of the quantitative health of our clubs in our district. At the beginning of our Rotary year, 1 July 2022, we had...
ClubRunner Training Webinar
ClubRunner has offered a training webinar for all the clubs in our district on how to use ClubRunner to best meet the needs of members.
In this 1.5 hour session, club leaders will...
Insurance Assessments for U.S. Rotaract Clubs
If your club is working with a Rotaract Club in District 5750, we ask you please assist with two things:
1 - Please notify the District so that we may include the club on our District website 
2 - Please forward the below message from Risk Management to anyone currently working with a Rotaract Club or in the process of establishing one:
On Monday, Risk Management is sending...
EOC - Valentine Wine Dinner
The Rotary Club of East Oklahoma County cordially invites you to join us for our Valentine Wine Dinner 
Friday, February 17th, 2023 
Rose State College Student Union 
FNB Community Bank Ballroom at Rose State College
$125.00 Per Person 
Cocktail Social (Cash Bar) 6:15pm - 7:00pm 
Charcuterie & Wine at 7:00pm . Dinner served at 7:30pm 
Champagne - Premium Chocolates - Roses 
OKC Midtown - Spelling Bee(r)
It's time for OKC Midtown Rotary's annual fundraiser Spelling Bee(r)!
The funds raised in this special, one-of-a-kind event enable the club to fulfill grants to arts education initiatives in the Oklahoma City metro. We partner with...
Midwest City Interact - Holiday Party for Leah's Hope
Carl Albert High School Jr. Rotarians and Midwest City High School Interact Rotarians hosted their annual Christmas party for the non-profit Leah's Hope.  There was...
Stillwater Centennial - Students of the Month & Chamber President
The Chamber’s new President and CEO, Alane Zannotti, shared breakfast with Centennial Rotarians and Graham Condley and Audrey Dillin were selected by their teachers as Stillwater Junior High Students of the Month.
Oklahoma City - Dec. & Jan. Teacher of the Month
In cooperation with the Mayor's office and City Council, the Rotary Club of Okla. City recognized two outstanding teachers in our community from Oklahoma City Public Schools and Crooked Oak Public Schools. 
South Oklahoma City - December Service
South Oklahoma City had a busy and FUN December celebrating the holidays with service. See more about their pancake fundraiser, pictures with the Grinch and Salvation Army bell ringing. 
Midwest City - Braum's Holiday River Parade
On Saturday, December 3rd, our club competed in our first annual Braum's Holiday River Parade at Riversport.  This event was sponsored by Braum's and had a grand prize of $2000.  Our decorating crew endured the early morning icy temperatures to install lights, an inflatable, and made a test run using the generator.
Enid - TRF Recognitions
District Governor Nominee Jack Werner of the South OKC Club presented banners and personal thanks to the Rotary Club of Enid for 100% participation in giving to the international Rotary Foundation. Enid Rotarians had an average giving of at least $100 for 2021-2022. Accepting the banners on January 16th was Enid Rotary President Carrie Sanders, at left. 
Edmond Summit & Edmond Rotary Team Up!
Edmond Summit Rotary and Edmond Noon Rotary teamed up to update and replace longstanding Rotary highway signs from the north, south, east and west leading into Edmond. Summit Rotary members George Strecker and Erich Tapia spent the day erecting the new signs to let drivers know about Edmond's two active Rotary clubs.
Midwest City - December Service & Fun!
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.