A warm welcome, Pam Mowry is the Executive Director of Canterbury Voices. She has more than twenty years of nonprofit management experience, primarily in the areas of fundraising, board development and event management. Mowry’s career began at the Oklahoma Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain in 1998. In 2005, she joined the staff of Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma just as their capital campaign was getting underway to renovate and endow three properties on NW 16th Street in Oklahoma City, known as the Plaza District. Lyric was successful in reaching its goal to double their artistic programming and expand their community outreach when the historic Plaza Theatre opened in December 2007. Mowry left Lyric in 2012 to become the Executive Director of Oklahoma AIDS Care Fund, and coordinated three Red Tie Night events before joining the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County staff, and now Canterbury Voices.

During her career, Mowry has served as Chairman of the Oklahoma Arts Conference in Oklahoma City and served on the Oklahoma State University College of Arts & Sciences Alumni Board. Mowry has served as a guest speaker and panelist on various fundraising topics, including capital campaigns, corporate sponsorships, and creative fundraising ideas.

Mowry earned a Bachelor of Music with Elected Studies in Business degree from Oklahoma State University.

Please join us in welcoming DG Smallings, a local and Native Choctaw Nation Oklahoman.  D.G. Smalling is an Oklahoma Choctaw Native artist.[1] Smalling is best known for his one-line, continuous drawing technique in which his pen never leaves the paper until the image is complete.[1] Although Smalling rarely enters competitive shows, he was among a select group of artists who represented Oklahoma at Disney's Epcot Center in 2007. He participated in Choctaw Days at the National Museum of the American Indian in 2012 where he presented on World War I Choctaw code talkers, including his great-grandfather, Calvin Wilson. 
Tonight will be an open forum where DG will share with us his thoughts of art and life.
Congratulations to the Rotarians for their continued efforts in stuffing and providing TEEM (The Employment and Education Ministry) with 20 more Hygiene Bags for their organization. We successfully delivered them on Friday Oct 3, 2020 and as usual the TEEM organization was grateful.  We will try to line up future Mock Interviews for our October Community Service Project.  More details to come.
The Bricktown Rotary would like to Welcome three new Members: Angelia Smith-Stewart, John Cox, and Ty Milton!!  Thanks for joining our group and our efforts in the community and Service Above Self!
A Big Thanks to the Paseo FARMER's Market for sharing with us how they have impacted and deliver great home grown/made goods to our local Oklahomans!!
Paseo Farmer's Market
Fresh Foods-Vender's Change Weekly - Pick up or Order online
Thanks to Angela Renee Chase and Jenna Moore who presented the wonderful Goodness of the Paseo Farmer's Market.
Paseo Farmers Market Bio: The Paseo Farmers Market started 3 years ago as a small neighborhood market in the heart of the Paseo.  It has continued to grow each year, in vendors, customers, and community involvement.  This year it innovated a completely online farmers market in light of COVID-19, which had overwhelming success.  The market team is currently in the process of opening their first year-round brick and mortar local food market, the Paseo Food Cooperative.
There is drive through pick up at Red Rooster come to our next meeting to learn more!! Please Help get set up and support them!

Archer on Red Shield Private Investigations

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Area

Chuck Loughlin is a professional, discreet and accomplished investigator with 20 years of experience. He can provide exceptional investigative support in both criminal and civil matters. His skill set can be an asset to your already very capable team. Also Investigator and Mitigator for Oklahoma County Public Defender's office 15 yr plus experience. Oklahoma State Council on Law Enforcemnet Education and Training Certified, Armed Private Investigator-Private Investigations. US Army Counter Intelligence- The Army Counterintelligence (CI) Program requires its members to be mature, intelligent, and personable to carry out the broad range of CI functions to detect, identify, exploit, and neutralize the foreign intelligence and security services (FISS) and international terrorist organizations (ITO) threats targeting U.S. forces. The CI Special Agent has to be able to operate independently and be relied upon to make sound judgments in the absence of higher leadership or supervision. The CI Special Agent also has to interact with senior officials from both U.S., and host-nation military, civilian law enforcement, intelligence, and security agencies. This requires that personnel applying for the Army CI Program be among the most professional and competent Soldiers in the Army. University of Central Oklahoma- Philosophy-Political Science- History 1991-1994.

Mr. Loughlin will share Private Investigative Analysis and how Covid has affected the industry.


Calm Waters Center for Children and Families

Please welcome Emily Rothrock Tate with Calm Waters Center for Children and Families.  Their Mission is to help Children and Families in their grief journey caused by death, divorce or other significant loss.  Emily will also discuss pandemic grief and mental health and how Calm Waters has uniquely helped Oklahomans dealing with grief and loss due to Covid and explain how they will continue to serve those in grief this fall in light of the Covid restrictions.

Thanks to Lowe for Sharing with us about the City Counsel's Chamber Remodel:
Lowe Runkle is an Architect born in bred in the good old state of Oklahoma.  He is a Project Architect and Constuction Administrator that has worked on numerous projects in the Oklahoma City area.  His recent project is the City Counsel Chamber's remodel.  He will share with us the ins and outs of the project and the successful completion..we will learn more, please join us.
Please join us this evening the
Aurthor of Mighty EndeavorThe American Nation & WWII

In Mighty Endeavor: The American Nation and the Second World War historian Blaine Browne provides a highly readable introduction to the war’s military course and its domestic consequences. World War II represented a major transformative event for America, laying the foundations for a modern postwar superpower. Browne chronicles the political, diplomatic, military, economic, and social developments from the end of World War I to the Cold War and economic boom of the postwar years. Each chapter features opening and closing biographies of individuals, some famous, some forgotten, who helped shape the war effort. The profiles represent a wide variety of Americans, civilian and military, men and women, and representing diverse races and ethnicities. Readers who recall the war years to those students studying it for the first time will find The Mighty Endeavor a superb gateway to a pivotal period of American and world history.

Mike Knopp brought rowing to Oklahoma City University as the first rowing coach for OCU ever. OCU became the first varsity rowing program in Oklahoma in 2004 after Knopp started the program as a club team in 2000.
Under Knopp’s guidance, OCU has garnered multiple achievements on and off the water. The success of OCU rowers has increased every year during Knopp’s tenure and has included multiple rowing champions and seen OCU rowers compete on the U.S. Under-23 national team.
Knopp has been instrumental in growing the sport in the state. Knopp was also the driving force behind the OCU Head of the Oklahoma Regatta, an annual rowing competition that attracts more than 50,000 spectators and competitors to Oklahoma City each year. This event has been recognized as the “National Regatta of the Year” and was the first U.S. Rowing competition to include night racing.
Other achievements include the designation of the Oklahoma River as an official Olympic training site, the construction of the Chesapeake finish line tower, multiple local, national, and international championship competitions, and the master plan development of the Oklahoma River.
Traffic Safety Educator with the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office

Sgt. Todd Beesley is a Traffic Safety Educator and will be giving us a presentation on Impaired Driving, Distracted Driving and Seat Belt Safety.  He will also bring goggles that simulate distracted or impaired driving.  Come join us for a Safety Update!!


For those who have been incarcerated, basic needs are not always available. Without employment, transportation, housing, or money, starting “fresh” can be difficult – if not impossible. TEEM’s mission is to break those cycles of poverty and incarceration by providing resources and education to those in need. Each year, the community has an opportunity to join this mission by dropping off hygiene products at donation boxes around Oklahoma City. With unemployment rates and sanitation needs increased as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the need is even greater this year than in years past, and we hopes to collect 7,300 hygiene products over the two-month time period.

Non perishable food items
Gift Cards for Food places where they can eat:
Items for Hygiene to go in back packs:
Kleenex, Chapstick, Makeup, Lotion, Nail Clippers, Washclothes, Band-aids/First Aid, Hair Bands, Razors & Shaving Cream, Hairbrush, Toothpaste
Floss, Mouthwash, Shampoo & Conditioner, Hand Sanitizer, Deodorant, Feminine Hygiene Products, Hair Products, Q-Tips, Wipes.
 Our Guest Speaker July 13th at 5:30pm Gabriel Fuentes
He will be discussing:
The Benefits of Acupuncture and Alternative Wellness Benefits

Gabriel Fuentes has studied Acupuncture and other Alternative Wellness methods and will give us more information on Acupuncture it's benefits. He studied Chinese medicine and entered the PHD program a the first Univeristy of Chinese medicine in Taiwan, China Medical University .  His research focus has been on the development and education of Chinese medicine in Taiwan and the de-contextualization of Chinese medical education. Join us Monday evening July 13, 2020 at 5:30pm at Charleston's in Bricktown.

We will NOT have a meeting on Oct. 14th, 2019 due to the Columbus Day holiday.
We will have our next scheduled meeting on Oct. 21th 2019.
Welcome to the first meeting of 2019!
Hope you had a great holiday. The Warren Spahn Awards is coming up Friday, January 25th. Have you sold any tickets?
We will have a club meeting the Monday before on the 21st.
Our Speaker

Representatives from Frontier Hospice will talk about what hospice is, the services provided, when it is used and by whom.

Frontier Hospice and Transitional Care has been a hospice provider in the OKC metro area for over 20 years. Frontier provides a free community resources based program called transitional care in order to give back to the community they serve.

Chris Martin, Patient Liaison, will be the primary speaker.  He has an extensive background in healthcare with over two years in hospice.

Brandy Casey, Director of Business Development.  Brandy has over 23 years in healthcare with over 7 years in hospice.

Executive Director, Mandi Schulz will be on hand as well.  Mandi has over 12 years in healthcare with 10 of those being in hospice.

Know of a good speaker?
Do you have a speaker in mind for Bricktown Rotary?  We are always looking for speakers for our Rotary meetings.  Please contact the president with their information.
Upcoming Events
  • Board Meeting
    Key Realty & Property Mgt
    Oct 29, 2020
    5:45 PM - 6:45 PM
  • Board Meeting
    Key Realty & Property Mgt
    Nov 26, 2020
    5:45 PM - 6:45 PM
Pam Mowry Executive Director Canterbury Voices
Oct 19, 2020 5:30 PM
Cantebury Voices

Canterbury Voices will be performing Live November 1, 2020 at the Civic Center...Please join us while Pam Mowry the Executive director will share information about the adult chorus, the children's chorus and the rescheduled trip to sing at the D-Day Commemoration Ceremonies in Normandy France in June. Pam will talk about how her industry was told early on in the pandemic that they wouldn't be able to sing for 2 years; more discussion about their philosophy, research, their extreme planning and safety protocols that led them to where they are today. The Chorus have been singing in masks and social distancing since May all over our Oklahoma community. All it takes is for a devoted team to stay calm, not give up, do the research, find a plan, press through the adversity, have faith, and come out on the other side. How exciting be moved by the Voice, by the Sound, by the Music so chilling! Please invite a guest here is a link to their sitehttps://canterburyokc.com/ 

Angie Bailey- IV Nutrition Now
Nov 02, 2020 5:30 PM
Restoration of Health
Be The Inspiration

Bricktown OKC

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 5:30 PM
Bricktown Charleston's
224 Johnny Bench Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
United States of America
Be The Inspiration

Bricktown OKC

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 5:30 PM
Bricktown Charleston's
224 Johnny Bench Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
United States of America
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