I hope this message finds you well. August is Membership Month, which is even more meaningful this year as we celebrate the good our clubs do.  While we are still facing many challenges related to the pandemic and staying connected, it's essential to focus on club members and engage them in a variety of ways to reduce fatigue that some may be feeling with zoom or other online meetings. Exchanging ideas and gathering input from members is critical in ensuring we continue to serve our communities and our members best.  Please reach out and let us know of any struggles or successes you've had as a club as we'd like to feature items in the upcoming newsletters that will be helpful to all of our clubs. Send your thoughts to:
Angela Rickman
Rotary District 5750 | District Governor 2020 – 2021

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9201 Lake Hefner Parkway
Oklahoma City, OK
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Zone 30 & 31 Rotary Virtual Summit
Oct 10, 2020
2021-22 Club Officers Due to RI
Jan 31, 2021
New Rotary Year!
Jul 01, 2021
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DGN Deena Fisher meets with DG Angela Rickman at The Perk in Ponca City. 
Bricktown Rotary - TEEM Partnership
Bricktown Rotary is teaming up with TEEM to help citizens who have been released from jail or prison with some basic needs that we all take for granted.
Oklahoma City - Meals on Wheels Contribution
Ann Ackerman, 2020-21 Chair of the Rotary Club 29 Foundation, and David Walters, 2020-2021 President of the Rotary Club of Oklahoma City present Phil Greenwald, St. Luke's UMC Executive Pastor of Administration, a check or $10750.  The funds will benefit St. Luke's United Methodist Church Meals on Wheels Program.  This grant comes from matching funds received from District 5750 and the Rotary Club 29 Foundation.
OKC Midtown - July Service
July was a busy month for the Oklahoma City Midtown Rotary. Checks were delivered to The Homeless Alliance and The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools for $6,700.00 and $14,852.00 respectively. 
Mustang - Willowood Contribution
The Mustang Rotary Club presented a $150.00 check to LaDawn Christopher, Rehabilitation Manager and Activities Director, at the Willowood at Mustang Senior Center.
Oklahoma City - August Teacher of the Month
Leslie Davis is a first grade teacher at Cleveland Elementary, where she has taught for 6  years. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Southern Nazarene University.  Leslie believes that every student should be given a chance to explore, and "teaching a child how to be kind can make a difference for their future community involvement."