Next Meeting – Monday, November 28

Bartlesville Nativity – Lori Ahlert

At the Bartlesville Community Center

   Meetings are both in-person and virtual events. 

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OUR CLUB is one of the fastest-growing club in the 79-club Rotary District 6110. The Rotary Club of Bartlesville, OK, is a network of men and women who influence positive change in the community and the world. Our members are dedicated to improving the quality of life for everyone, with a particular focus on helping students become productive citizens.  We create, volunteer for and fund community-based activities as well as collaborate with other organizations locally and internationally to live out the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self.”

The club, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2015, provides an opportunity to build lifelong friendships and experience the benefits of volunteer service to others.  Meeting every Monday at 12 noon, the club is an organization of nearly 130 business, professional and community leaders. Members gather in the Community Room of the Bartlesville Community Center, with a catered lunch provided for those interested. Meetings normally end promptly at 1 p.m.

Weekly meetings feature speakers from throughout the community and the region addressing topics such as important civic issues, current events, and trends in business, government, education and the professions.

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RECENT NEWS:

Hundreds of Dictionaries For Bartlesville Third Graders

Every fall the Bartlesville Rotary Club teams up with the Daybreak Rotary Club to provide a free dictionary every public school third grade student in Bartlesville. Here, the club’s secretary-treasurer George Halkiades joins several other club members in preparing to distribute 2022 dictionaries to a group of Wilson Elementary School students. The group also made distributions at Wayside, Kane and Jane Phillips elementary schools.

BHS Senior and Past Interact President Named National Merit Semifinalist

Joyce Yang, a BHS senior and past president of the Rotary-sponsored Interact Club, has been named a semifinalist in the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Joyce is the daughter of Lucy and Qing Yang. She is the Student Body President, Interact Club Past President, and is involved in National Honor Society, jazz choir, and art. Her extracurricular activities include piano, the State Superintendent Advisory Council, the Bartlesville Superintendent Advisory Council, Girls State Governor, Girls Nation Senator, and the Make-A-Wish OK Youth Leadership Council. In her spare time, Joyce enjoys listening to podcasts, volunteering for OKM Music, hanging out with friends, and reading. She plans to attend college and major in economics. Approximately 16,000 students were selected nationwide in the 67th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

High School Senior Charlie Cutts wins $1,000 in Essay Contest

Through his essay “You Before Me,” Charlie Cutts recalled his experiences as an Eagle Scout and his involvement in advancing service as a volunteer in soup kitchens and through other service projects, Charlie’s essay focused on service that impacts day-to-day life. “Service is more than giving your time. It is the manifestation of goodwill towards others. That is what service looks like to me.

Charlie plans to attend OSU in the fall 2022 and hopes to become an aerospace/mechanical engineering.

Said Charlie: “Thank you for selecting me for this generous scholarship. The graduating class of 2022 was such a talented group. I am very blessed to have been chosen.”

$500 Scholarship for BHS Interact Senior

The Bartlesville Rotary Club awards a $500 scholarship to seniors specifically who participate in the BHS Interact Club.  The scholarship is awarded at the end of the school year at the Senior Awards Ceremony. Click here to obtain details and scholarship application.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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