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The new Moore Rotary President, Ana Guerrero was inducted during the District 5770 Rotary Conference in Norman. Clubs from the district attended to learn about the programs and resources offered through Rotary at the district and international level. During the lunch program all incoming club presidents were recognized by 2022-23 District Governor, Connie Eckstein, and received their pin. Next year's theme will be Imagine Rotary. 
Volunteers needed to help Fill the Bus.
We need you on Friday July 23 and July 30 to help collect school supplies for Moore Public Schools. Our goal is to help Moore Involved fill a school bus from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the Walmart Super Center on 19th Street.
Brent Wheelbarger is embraced with excitement from the Rotary Club of Abidjan in hopes of a partnership to bring to life the 1040i school project. Before Brent left, our club filmed a greeting in a 360 video style and it was received well from our new friends in Africa. Michel Cousineau and Brent joined in a meal with some Rotarians and interviewed the mayor of Tanda. 
Moore Rotary provided 15 grants to local small businesses.
The Moore Rotary Club feels privileged to have partnered with Rotary District 5770 and the Moore Club membership to support a Gap Grants program to meet needs resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. The not-for-profit organizations and small, local businesses that received Rotary Gap Grants are as follows:
  1. A Step Above Learning Center, 13316 S. Western Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73170
  2. Agapeland Learning Center, 809 SW 4th, Moore, Oklahoma 73160
  3. Blake's BBQ, 2100 N. Eastern Ave. – Suite 5, Moore, OK 73160
  4. Boomerang Grille, 817 SE 4th Street, Moore, Oklahoma 73160
  5. Cornish Smokehouse, 801 SW 119th Street, Moore, Oklahoma 73170
  6. Hair Central, 115 N. Broadway, Moore, OK 73160
  7. Monty's Gyro & Sub, 1208 N. Eastern Ave., Moore, OK 73160
  8. Moore Youth and Family Services, Inc., 624 N.W. 5th Street, Moore, Oklahoma 73160
  9. Neptune Innovations, LLC., 117 N. Broadway Street, Moore, Oklahoma 73165
  10. Regional Food Bank – Moore Distribution Center, 2221 N. Moore Ave., Moore, OK 73160
  11. Sunny-Side Up, 110 SE 19th Street, Moore, Oklahoma 73160
  12. Sparrow Project – Moore, P.O. Box 6858, Moore, OK 73153
  13. Tang's Chinese Restaurant, 827 SE 4th, Moore, OK 73160
  14. Window Cleaning Plus, Inc., 2613 Sequoyah Ave., Moore, Oklahoma 73160
  15. Yellow Rose Theater, 1005 SW 4th, Moore, Oklahoma 73160
All of these continue to serve our community and need the support of the public. The Moore Rotary Club and our partner in this effort, the Moore Chamber of Commerce, pledge to seek opportunities to support our local community organizations and businesses. When you are out shopping for goods and services, remember to shop locally.

The 2020 Virtual Summit is what we used to call our “Zone Institute”. It is designed to let Rotarians share information, build connections, and exchange ideas about Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation.

Our 2020 Virtual Summit will start at 8:00 a.m. (Central Standard Time) on Saturday, October 10 th and will wrap up at 3:30 p.m. when the last breakout sessions conclude. The entire event is online, so you’ll incur no travel, lodging, or food costs.

In the morning, we’ll get updates on our final push to end Polio, timely thoughts on diversity, an energetic pitch on “Do Goodery”, and learn how to be better leaders in times of crisis and disaster. For first-timers, there will be quick overviews of Rotary’s Membership, Public Image, and Rotary Foundation initiatives.

Afternoon breakouts will engage you with in-depth discussions about our new Area of Focus, Supporting the Environment, Grant ideas for your club or district, engaging younger members, continuity in planning from year-to-year, public speaking, and more.

There is no registration fee, so be sure to invite others in our club and district to join you in attending. If you can do so safely, you and others may want to get together in one place to watch on a big-screen TV, where you can also enjoy each other’s company. We look forward to seeing you virtually on October 10, 2020.

Our club is seeking organizations to support with a small one time grant during this difficult economic time. We encourage organizations in Moore to complete and submit this quick assessment application. Funds will be distributed to qualified applicants until the funds have been exhausted. We are able to do this because we have received a District 5770 Grant Award to fund this economic development project in our community.

Three high school seniors receive scholarship

This was another year of tough decisions. The club has the tough decision to select just one outstanding senior from each high school in Moore. During the year each high school had a senior student attend a Moore Rotary lunch meeting each month to talk about their accomplishments, future goals, and volunteer service. The students selected for the 2020 Moore Rotary Scholarship are representative of our motto "Service Above Self". Read more about these amazing students.
Image of MHS scholarship recipient
Kalan, served in a leadership role as the Reporter for Moore FFA. As a leader she demonstrated how much she cared about the organization and the people involved. Kalan extended her passion for helping others by getting involved with Special Olympics to help out as much as she could. One of her best experiences was attending the Make Promises Happen camp because it was centered around community service and supporting students with special needs. Her plans are to continue her education to become an occupational therapist, study ASL and have her own practice one day.  
Image of SHS student
Jackeline has a creative talent as a videographer. In Digital Media Production class she had a hand in filming and editing many memorable school events. When she wasn't at Southmoore High School events she was leading an academic organization, ACTNow. Through the organization she founded, she has supported south Oklahoma City high school students with ACT prep, college applications, and scholarship essays every week. She also served as a teacher's assistant at Oakridge Elementary School. Jackeline believes a good leader should act with purpose and consider the well-being of their community. She has been admitted into the President's Community Scholars program at the University of Oklahoma. She aspires to become an elementary school teacher so she can give back to her community and allow students of color to feel represented in education. Jackeline is truly a person of action.
image of WHS scholarship recipient
Landon stated "A leader that doesn't promote themselves but rather builds up the people around them are the greatest of leaders." He followed through by example. Landon was very active as the captain of the swim team, student council Senator, FCA officer, National Honor Society member, Native American Club member and participated in numerous leadership programs at the school and district level. His community involvement includes work with the Regional Food Bank, Moore Love Campaign, Stop Hunger Now and being on the sound team for St. Andrews United Methodist Church. Landon has verbally committed to swim for the University of Saint Mary in Kansas. He will be a member of Jayhawk ROTC and serve as an officer in the National Guard. His degree will be in education and hopefully come back to teach in Moore Public Schools one day.

Tammy Vaughan met with Moore Rotary Club via Zoom to provide an update about The Brand Center. Although COVID-19 has restricted social contact with regular visitors, they have found ways to continue connecting and supporting seniors citizens in the Moore community. Tammy was happy to share an update about the work of Aging Services and the Brand Center. She praised the efforts of Barbara Dillard to continue working to offer meals every day of the week. They have been averaging about 800 more meals than normal, adding up close to 7900 meals. Right now they are still offering anyone over the age of 60, free meal delivery. A pantry is also available. 
Tammy stressed how grateful they have been to all the supporters and volunteers. They have had about 17 new volunteers assist every day. Every Monday they spend time preparing for the volunteers so they can make deliveries. They have also continued to make daily calls and wellness checks. It is incredible how much support has been given during this time, especially from OG&E, MPS, and several churches in the area.
Moore Rotary Club has committed to providing gas gift cards for the volunteer drivers to use. They hope to be able to open the middle of June to slowly start offering additional services. If you are interested in helping out, Tammy has requested donations of individual snack items and masks. She can be reached at 321-3200. 
The student of the month for February is Elijah Haynes. He is an adult student in the Carpentry Program at Moore Norman Technology Center. 
Join us this Wednesday, January 15th as we recognize the Student of the Month from Moore Norman Technology Center for the months of December and January!
Our Guest will be Terri Helvey, Executive Director of Instruction, from MNTC.

December Student of the Month:

Julio Valdez

Moore High School


January Student of the Month:

Kayla Grover

Adult Student

Graphic Design


Late on Saturday, August 11, 2018, our club was at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City to welcome our Youth Exchange student from France to the United States.  We look forward to sharing this journey with her, as she embarks on the best year of her life.  Welcome, Enola!
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Moore Chamber of Commerce
305 W. Main St.
Moore, OK 73160
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May 2023
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