The Norman Transcript


November 20, 2013

Rotarians selling oranges, grapefruit

NORMAN — Members of the Norman Rotary Club are selling oranges and grapefruit for early December delivery.

Orders can be placed with a Norman Rotarian or with a Transcript advertisement. Orders also may be placed with Paul Wilson, 364-6137. The deadline is Monday.

Rotarians will take orders for 20- and 40-pound boxes of grapefruit priced at $25 and $33, respectively. Oranges are $28 for 20 pounds and $37 for 40 pounds. Made in Oklahoma baskets are $50, and fancy fruit baskets are $45.

Orders may be picked up from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Dec. 5 or from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Dec. 6 at the Moore Norman Technology Center, 4701 12th Ave. NW.

The Norman Rotary Club — chartered on May 1, 1919 — is Norman’s oldest service organization. With their mission of “Service Above Self” Norman Rotary Club members provide monetary and volunteer support to a number of local, national and international causes.

To learn more about membership and community service projects, visit

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