Kyle Hurley gets inducted as President by club member and past Rotary International President, Ron Burton. Our club is looking forward to having President Hurley!
Hurley presented outgoing president, Jill Hazeldine, with a gavel and plaque to commemorate and thank her for her leadership!
President Hazeldine gives highlights about the year with a slide show of all the accomplishments, service projects, events and fun we had starting in July 2019. In this pandemic, our club pulled together to donate to United Way, Food and Shelter Inc., and Norman Regional Foundation to help those impacted most by this crisis. Donated funds helped provide food, rent and pulse oximeters for COVID-19 patients who are recovering at home to monitor their blood oxygen levels. We also held a food drive for Pantry Partners, who provides food to Norman Public School students and their families. Great job Rotarians!
President Hazeldine recognizes board and committee members and commends them for their work during her presidential year. These ladies were gifted with a Rotary notebook with a "When Rotary Accepted Women" poem by our own club member, Robert L. Lynn, PhD.  She also presented to other leaders a notebook and poems by Dr. Lynn,  "One by One, Hour by Hour" and "Someone" which she feels captures the essence of their service to our club and community.