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President Daniel L. Chavez
President Elect James H. Buxton
Treasurer Rusty Hale
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Henderson Hills Baptist Church

1200 E I-35 Frontage Rd
Edmond, OK 73034
United States

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Posted by Daniel L. Chavez on Apr 15, 2014

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Edmond Rotary Club recognized Gooden Group with the ‘Four-Way Test’ award for exhibiting the four overriding principles of Rotary to a non-member business – truthful, fair, beneficial and promotes goodwill. Andy Lester, former Rotary president, nominated Brent Gooden, left, wife, Valerie, and their company. ‘No matter how controversial the issue, he puts these principles to practice, even in private when no one is looking,’ Lester said.

 

Posted by Daniel L. Chavez on Apr 04, 2014

The club honored Santa Fe students Annamarie Jiwa and Travis Christensen, Tessa Goetz of Memorial and Aubrey Haas of North High school.

Tessa Goetz has a great love of the arts with young children. She served as an art instructor to elementary students at the Fine Arts Institute of Edmond, and she submitted her artwork for sale at an auction which benefited Limbs for Life. She has been a Youth Volleyball coach at the Y, helped a church in Louisville, KY repair dilapidated homes, and sponsored the education of a 9-year-old Filipino girl. And she is a leader – co-creating a charity project for Memorial’s DECA classes to collect hundreds of clothing donations for Cross and Crown Church, just to name a few.

Travis Christensen’s middle name is leadership. He is co-editor of the Santa Fe student newspaper, First Christian junior deacon, recipient of Kiwanis Leadership Camp Scholarship, Youth Group leadership team and Varsity Tennis team. He has volunteered at: Breakfast on Boulevard outreach program for 100 homeless and poverty-stricken; and Tiger Club tutoring program of Central Middle School kids at First Presbyterian; and Jesus House; and distributed free school supplies to needy families in Edmond.

Annamarie Jiwa has a goal, and she plans to achieve it. Thus far, she’s accomplished McDonald’s crew trainer, Character Counts recipient, 1st place in DECA state contest in entrepreneurship; Founder and president of the Santa Fe German Club, leadership role in Heather Harkness Memorial events, and selectee for United Methodist Young Women’s Leadership Conference. Her junior year, she moved to Washington State to care for her critically ill uncle. It was difficult to leave friends and family. But, she quickly got involved in the community and school, and became a leader and tutor at Kids Kamp.

Aubrey Haas is a care-giver, not just in title, but in character. During times when her mother must stay for long periods at her stepfather’s side in the hospital, Aubrey cares for her five younger siblings, ages 2-13. She is a leader: North Senior Class president, junior class VP, show choir social chair, Freshman mentor, and is a LifeChurch student leader. Of his former student, David Nichols, Ida Freeman elementary school chess team teacher adviser, says, “She has the rare combination of inspiration, empathy, drive and creativity that only an old teacher can see in a young one,” as Aubrey plans to follow suit.

The scholarships are awarded annually and a good portion of the selection is based on community service. For more information, "Like us on our Edmond Oklahoma Rotary Club Facebook Page.

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Posted by Daniel L. Chavez on Mar 21, 2014


 

Image a native of Oklahoma, grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy and Christian Life School of Theology with a Doctorate in Ministry. She has been practicing as a licensed and registered therapist in the State of Oklahoma since 1991. In the years following her graduation, she has specialized in acute psychiatric care including trauma counseling following the Oklahoma City bombing as well as the New York 911 disaster and the earthquake in Haiti. She and her dentist husband, Tom, began participating on short-term mission trips in 1997 with their first trip to Jamaica. Since that time, Dr. Basey has been to a variety of countries including Israel, Honduras, Belize, Moldova, India, and Africa. During that same time, many hours were spent working in inner city settings with elderly, homeless, prostitutes, addicted, depressed, and oppressed populations. Her most recent assignment has been helping those involved in human trafficking and human trafficking issues especially right here in Oklahoma City. 

Posted by Daniel L. Chavez on Feb 26, 2014

Edmond Rotary members, Jeanean South, Natalie Bonney, Andrew Lester, Krista Jones, Stan Kelley,Jay Buxton, Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Hale  were in attendance and are pictured with Rotary International President, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Burton at the Bi District Banquet.Image
Posted by Daniel L. Chavez on Feb 24, 2014

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Posted by Daniel L. Chavez on Dec 18, 2013

ImageRotary Club of Edmond members ring bells and collect donation at Edmond area Walmart Store to benefit the efforts of the Salvation Army Christmas efforts.
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The Rotary Club of Edmond  provided Thanksgiving Meals to students families at Summit  Middle School in Edmond, Oklahoma. Pictured dilvering the meals are Community Services Director, Jeanean South and President Daniel ChavezImage  
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