Dr. Richard Klein was our guest speaker. He has practiced medicine for
many years. He began his presentation by stating that 100,000 people die,
every year, from medical malpractice in hospitals. Why? What are people
doing to protect themselves? He has written two books, which will help
answer these questions and many more, Surviving Your Doctors and 101
Musings and Practical Prescriptions from a Humanitarian Healer.
We had a very interesting discussion about medicine, doctors, insurance,
urgent care, cost of drugs, etc. This is a never ending exchange of ideas
and we invited Dr. Klein to join us again. Thank you, Dr. Klein.
His website is http://www.richardsklein.com/main.htm
Alice R. made note of the dog tag presentation ceremony and an article
about it in the Somers news online http://www.tapinto.net/.
A suggestion was made that we donate gift cards to the flood victims in
Louisiana. To that end Geri offered to go online to ascertain the best way
to accomplish that and she will report to the club at the next meeting.
Alice said a volunteer is needed to keep the website updated. If interested,
please contact her.
Alice and Geri will distribute “Best & the Wurst” flyers to local businesses. The long awaited sunset cruise on the Hudson River is tomorrow. Please be at River Front Park by 6PM.
Health of Club
There have been no reports of illness among the members.
This and That
In addition to our guest speaker we welcomed Kathy Quinn of Support Connection
who was David’s guest, Steve Ucko from Northeast Westchester Club and our
old friend, Evelyn Jenkins who came with Ann. Good to see you all!
Alice R. won the 50-50 Raffle, receiving $9. and the Jackpot is now $245!
Support Connection is sponsoring the Support-a-Walk on October 2(rain or shine)
at FDR State Park; start time 10AM. Proceeds will benefit Breat and Ovarian
Cancer. For more info, check http://www.supportconnection.org/