The Norman Rotary Club celebrated becoming a "two-comma club" by hitting the $1 Million mark in donations to the Rotary Internation Foundation, placing it in the top 1% of the Rotary clubs around the world with this accomplishment. The foundation has spent more than $4 Billion on life-changing sustainable projects world-wide and foundation donations from the club help locally to support the Norman community. The mission of the foundation is to help Rotarians advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace by improving the environment and alleviating poverty. Areas of focus include education, disease, clean water, growing local economies and helping mothers and children. 
Rotary Foundation Chair Dr. Bill Blum congratulates Tent Laffoon who was presented a Paul Harris Fellow, a gift of $1000 to the foundation, given in his honor by Jim Wade.
Norman Rotary Club member and past Rotary International President, Ron Burton, recognizes major donors giving $10,000 or more to the foundation with major donors Steve and Marilyn Kaplan. Some of the PHF gifts begin with small donations starting at $25 or more per quarter over the course of a Rotarian's years of service and membership.
Dr. Blum recognizes club member Dillon Henry for his PHF honoring his late grandfather-in-law, Rotarian Dr. Bob Lynn.