Upcoming Events
Rotary Zone 30-31 2022 Conference
Sep 29, 2022 – Oct 02, 2022
Camp WOW
Oct 11, 2022 – Oct 16, 2022
World Polio Day
Oct 24, 2022
Wings of Rotary Student Applications Due
Dec 01, 2022
2023-24 Officers Due to RI
Jan 31, 2023
RI Convention 2023: Melbourne, Australia
May 27, 2023 – May 31, 2023
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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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"Imagine Rotary." What a great theme from Rotary International for my year as your Governor. It is a fun and exciting time of renewed hope, dreams, and like our theme, imagination of a great year for Rotary. 
I have had the pleasure of installing offers for this year's Rotary Clubs  at Woodward, Ponca City, west Oklahoma City, South OKC and attending clubs in action in OKC Sunrise, Yukon, and soon Clinton!
I stand on the shoulders of our great past district governors and ever thankful for Will Beckman, Chuck Musgrave, Matt Tipton, Angela Rickman, Michelle Schaefer, and so many others for their leadership. Jeanean Yanish Jones (DGE), Jack Werner (DGN), PDG Megan Law (District Administrator), and PDG Lance Singleton (District Treasurer) have had several meetings planning our year of service on your behalf. 

My goals are simple but will need a team of dedicated club presidents to enact:
  1. Showing care & concern for our Rotarians in our clubs.
  2. Engaging every Rotarian in our clubs to be involved in service of their choosing!
  3. Forming a "Rotary Rapid Repair" team to help clubs by going to them at their location to help with the forms, procedures, memberships, etc. 
I agree with our Rotary International President Jennifer Jones. As I heard her speak these words, "We don't have a problem bringing members into Rotary. We struggle to keep them." Let's keep our members while bringing in new members!
Let's embrace change, new club models, retains traditions that work, and as RIPE Jennifer says, let's adapt and retool. She goes on to say "You don't imagine yesterday... you imagine tomorrow. 
I am full of excitement for 2022-2023 and I look forward to meeting you all!
Deena Fisher
District Governor 2022-2023
District 5750 1st Half Dues
District Treasurer Lance Singleton has requested all clubs please submit their 1st half of 2022-23 District Dues. A worksheet is available to download and send with your payment here: DOWNLOAD
Please send payment ($23.50/member x membership as of July 1st) to:
Rotary District 5750
Attn: Lance Singleton
2737 SW 116th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73170
Please include contact information of the club’s treasurer with your payment.
Wings of Rotary
Wings of Rotary, our District 5750 short-term youth exchange program with District 2520 in Japan is resuming our four decades of youth exchange in 2023.  We will receive students from Japan in March and send students in June.  The flyer and videos on the Wings of Rotary webpage are helpful in understanding the program. 
OKC Sunrise Update
It is with sadness we report that the OKC Sunrise Rotary Club has disbanded as of June 30, 2022. They gathered together in one final celebration for the many years of service and success and almost all members of the group have already committed to joining other area clubs. 
District Conference
District Rotarians gathered in celebration at the 2021-22 District Conference at the First Americans Museum on May 14th. The night included incredible indigenous dancers, private tours of the museum, excellent food, and celebrating the past three years.
Rotary International Convention
District Rotarians from across District 5750 converged upon Houston for the 2021-22 Rotary International Convention! A few pictures of fun, fellowship, and celebration...
Rotary Club Installations
Clubs around the district have been celebrating a successful year and installing the 2022-23 officers. Click below to see celebrations around the District. 
Speaker Suggestions
District Governor Nominee Jack Werner has recommended two outstanding programs to consider as clubs are coordinating their speakers for the year. 
EOC - Twi-Night
The 12th Annual Twi-night Golf Tournament is back! Click below to learn more!
Stillwater Clubs Recognized
During the June 6 meeting of the Stillwater City Council, all three Stillwater clubs were recognized, with special congratulations to Stillwater Rotary in recognition of its 100th anniversary in 2021.
Ponca City - Service Mob
Ponca City Rotarians completed a service mob at Survivor Resource Network. Click below to learn more!
Edmond - Community Recognitions
The Rotary Club of Edmond celebrated their 2021-22 business recipient of the Four-Way Test recognition and their student scholarship winners. Click below to Learn More! 
Oklahoma City - May Teacher of the Month
In cooperation with the Mayor's office and City Council, the Rotary Club of Okla. City recognizes an outstanding teacher in our community.  Click below to learn more about Don Stephens of Southeast High School!
Midwest City - 4th of July Celebration
MWC Rotarians in front of the Rotary Pavilion at the MWC fireworks show.
Edmond Summit - Liberty Fest & Park Fest
Edmond Summit served the Edmond community at Liberty Fest and Park Fest. Click below to learn more!
Stillwater Centennial - Pleasant Valley Project
During the school year, third and fourth-grade students arrive with lunch pails, wearing 19th Century clothing. Teachers, dressed in period clothing, oversee classes. Students use quill pens to practice their penmanship. They study McGuffey’s readers and do arithmetic on slates. At recess they go outside to roll hoops with a T-stick, run sack races and play games popular a century ago. Untended woods shield the east and south from urban Stillwater. This needs to be periodically cut back to give access to school buses and vehicle parking. On weekends Centennial Rotarians help out with that, as needed.
Stillwater Frontier - Helmet Project
Stillwater Pediatrics conduct safety questionnaires during well-child checkups, and they discovered that many of their patients have bicycles, but do not have helmets. To help protect as many young noggins as possible, Stillwater Frontier Rotary applied for and received a district grant to purchase helmets for distribution through the pediatrician offices, Stillwater Library, and Stillwater YMCA.