SPOKE 04-29-21

SPOKE 04-29-21

TODAY

DR. DAN MIULLI
DR. DAN MIULLI, who is board certified in Neurological Surgery and currently practices in Colton and Moreno Valley where he is the Stroke Medical Director at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC). DR. MIULLI is also the Program Director of Neurosurgery Residency Program at ARMC. DR. MIULLI has written articles, book chapters, and lectured on stroke both nationally and internationally and is the Senior Author of the first and second edition of the book entitled “Neurosurgical Intensive Care.”

LAST WEEK

MAYOR PAUL BARICH

MAYOR BARICH gave a concise presentation on our town pointing out that the day of community service is coming up on June 19. PAUL announced that the efforts of service clubs in Redlands save taxpayers over $200,000 per year. Guess who is buying when the bars open. Speaking of which, the forecast is to have the state fully opened by the 15th of June.

The rest of the time was an open forum. MAYOR BARRICH took questions from members of the club ranging from the number of warehouses being built to the Redlands Mall. It was reported that the owners of the mall are coming forward with a proposal. Stay tuned. If you want to know more about it, contact PAT MEYER. The discussion also hit on the homeless situation. PAUL has a plan and was gracious enough to admit that it may not be perfect. A couple of Rotarians offered review and comments for which the MAYOR was receptive. One member asked about forming a community advisory committee. Again, interest was extended. Overall, it was an interesting and open discussion ending with an estimate of the first rail arrival in early 2022. Boy won’t that be fun.

NEXT WEEK

DAVE STOCKTON

DAVE STOCKTON, well known for his short game abilities since joining the PGA Tour in 1964, has 25 career Tour wins including 2 PGA Championships, 2 Senior Player Championships and a U.S. Senior
Open to his credit. DAVE captained the victorious Ryder Cup team at Kiawah Island in 1991. As Assistant Captain, DAVE helped former ’91 team member, Captain Paul Azinger, to another U.S. Ryder Cup victory at Valhalla CC in Kentucky in 2008. His success continued when he transitioned to
instruction becoming known as the pre-eminent short game guru after working with notables such as Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy, Patrick Reed and Francesco Molinari. Dave is also a best-selling author of short-game instructional books including Putt To Win, Unconscious Putting, Unconscious
Scoring and Own Your Game. Additionally, DAVE provides some of the best corporate outing and group clinic experiences to clubs and fortune 500 companies all around the world. So bring your best questions to improve you game to this meeting. Remember VICTORIA, you can’t ask him to be a steward.

OTHER UPDATES

Does anyone know when PRESIDENT TINCHER will becoming back?


Last week our incoming president  took a stab at the podium. Nice job MR. BOSMAN. It is hard enough to do this live, but zoom has got to be tougher. Speaking of tougher, during MIKES presentation and his incoming photograph began to circulate. Now we know what we are in for:

ABBI FINE told us about the events honoring seniors at the University of Redlands last week. There were toasts, t-shirts and more importantly no COVID cases for the entire week. Way to go. JIM NOLIN announced the beginning of the planning stages for Touch-A-Truck. There was a preliminary planning
meeting held last Friday. Perhaps JIM can give us an update on the plan. Our guest speaker opined that it would be great if it could be live. We will see.

DEEP THOUGHTS RE: WHO HAVEN’T I PICKED ON?
OH YES DOCTORS

A man walks into a doctor’s office. He has a cucumber up his nose, a carrot in his left ear, and a banana in his right ear. “What’s the matter with me?” he asks the doctor. The doctor replies, “You’re
not eating properly.”

Does an apple a day keep the doctor away? Only if you aim it well enough.

What don’t you want to hear in the middle of surgery? “Where’s  my watch?”

Doctor: “You are very sick.” Patient: “Can I get a second opinion?” Doctor: “Yes, of course! You are ugly too.”

How many doctors does it take to screw in a lightbulb? One to find a bulb specialist, one to find a bulb installation specialist, and one to bill it all to Medicare.

THOUGHTS FROM THE PREZ

Editor – A.J. Beechko – Edition No. 41, April 29, 2021

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