ROTARY ESSAY & INTERACT WINNER
High school senior Kate Boudreaux is this year’s winner of the Rotary Essay contest and one of the two winners of the club’s Interact Scholarships. Kate will use the $1,500 in scholarship funds to purchase a laptop computer and other study needs while attending Oklahoma State University, where she is pursuing a degree in nutritional science.
SHIPMENT TO UKRAINE
Club members recently donated clothing and other items that were packed into a shipping container with medical supplies, food and other items for Ukraine civilians and military personnel.
HELPING BARTLESVILLE STUDENTS
Rotarians recently provided the Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation with a $750 grant. Here, Grants Chairman Chris Wilson presents a symbolic check to Blair Ellis, BPSF executive director.
SOCCER BALLS FOR UKRAINE
Thanks to the generosity of club member Hans Schmoldt, dozens of soccer balls have been provided to children in Ukraine including this young girl recovering in a hospital room from war injuries.
MEMORIAL BRIDGE SPRUCE-UP
Several club members recently combined efforts to handle a spring cleanup of the Pathfinder Memorial Bridge Overlook. The club was the driving force in creating this path feature as well as in leading the complete restoration of the historic 1925 bridge.
ELDERCARE RECEIVES CLUB GRANT
Cordell Rumsey, Elder Care executive director, recently accepted a $300 grant from the club on behalf of Elder Care. Club secretary George Halkiades (right) presented the contribution.
ROTARY ESSAY WINNER