National Sojourners ROTC

The National Sojourners ROTC award is presented to an outstanding MSII or MSIII cadet who demonstrates “development of true patriotism and Americanism throughout the nation” and “furthering the military needs of national defense.“

National Sojourners are the Patriotic Arm of Freemasonry. In addition to being Freemasons, the organization members are current or former members of the seven Uniformed Forces of The United States of America, which includes the U.S. Army, Navy, Airforce, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, NOAA and Public Health Service.

The recipient of this certificate and medal is Cadet Brandon Crisp. 

Hestian Club

The Hestian Club met March 13. Over 20 members attended.

Committees gave all reports. New officers for 2017-2018 were read and approved. The new officers will be: President Ann Loftin; President Elect Carol Eubanks; Recording Secretary Jean Stanton; Treasurer Barbara Armstead; Reporter Linda Craig; Parliamentarian Martha Frances Cox; and Historian Kathy Sherrill.

The next meeting will be April 10 in the home of Paula Wetzel.

Cameron University’s Phi Kappa Phi

Cameron University students, alumni, staff and faculty members were honored by Phi Kappa Phi during the university chapter’s annual induction ceremony and awards presentation last week. Membership is by invitation only to the top 10 percent of seniors and graduate students and the top 7.5 percent of juniors.  Inductees are expected to attain superior scholarship in all academic disciplines, promote intellectual life and the academic prestige of the university and promote the elements of character that would stimulate others to pursue excellence.

Students selected include: Kendall Diaz, Jessica Harmon, Megan Heinrich, Rachel Rochell, John D. Sampley, all of Duncan, and Dylan Sparks, of Marlow. 

Propel Duncan

Propel Duncan is thrilled to announce our guest speakers for our April Propel meeting to be held on Wednesday, April 12th at the Duncan Golf And Tennis Club/Interurban. Our speakers will be Estela Hernandez, Dani Shepherd and Heather Phillips. April’s theme is courage. Estela will be sharing insights from her heart about living a courageous life. Local missionaries Dani and Heather will be sharing with us about their recent experiences on the mission field. You don’t want to miss this meeting! Early registration ends next week. Sign up now by following this link:https://scwcduncan.brushfireapp.com/propel/436823.

Key Note Speaker, Estela Hernandez is Vice President of Engagement at OCPA and the Former State Vice Chairman of the Oklahoma Republican Party. Estela was recently appointed by Governor Mary Fallin as a Commissioner to the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women. She is a strong voice for encouraging all  Americans to engage in the political process. Estela’s life story was featured in Family Metro Magazine, Real Moms of the Metro. Due to her professional and civic accomplishments, she was honored as OKC BIZ Forty Under 40 and Ladies in the News Award. 

Propel Duncan is a gathering for women in the Stephens County marketplace to connect, find purpose, and fulfill their unique callings. Specific areas are addressed to help women develop their Passion, Purpose, and Potential. This is an opportunity for networking and fellowship as well! The fee of $15 (early bird) or $20 (after the early bird date) covers a wonderful lunch, which is provided by Interurban and helps cover expenses of the meeting. Register Today! $15.00 Early Bird rate ends April 5th.

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