Club Meeting & Lunch 11:30 Tuesdays
Grill on the Green at Canoa Ranch Golf Club
5800 S Camino del Sol
Green Valley, AZ  85622

Price of lunch: $14.00

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Rotary Club of Green Valley May 2018 Meeting Schedule
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Making a difference
in the community.
  Veterans Month                                                      Program Chair - Dave Polsky
May 1
  Club Assembly
Jerry Kriebel
Bob Auflick
Peanut Butter
May 8
Mindy Blake
Marvin Hass
Frank Coggins
May 15
Jay Brodsky
Adult Advocacy
Richard Moll
Andy Heideman
Board Meeting -
May 22
Charlene Westgate
Desert Landscape Design
Justin Dodds
Michael Pease
May 29
Andrea Smith
Homewatch Caregivers
Doug Shumway
Charlie Reppenhagen
District Assembly May 5, 2018
Quail Creek Club House, Green Valley, AZ
$15.00 in advance - $20.00 at the door
    Speaker Highlight: Pima Pain Center

    Dr. Emil Annabi, who was Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Director of Chronic
    Pain Management at the University of Arizona for 7 years and is currently Medical Director at Green Valley
    Hospital, was perhaps the most passionate speaker the Club has had in recent years. His father and brothers
    are physicians, and he drew a vivid contrast between the “eye to eye” relationship between doctor and patient
    in the days of medical bags and house calls and the modern “take a number” approach to healthcare. He said
    the Pima Pain Center, which has 5 offices in Tucson in addition to the one at GV Hospital, tries to deal with
    the whole organism. It’s the personal connection that makes his job fruitful. He believes the fear of opioid
    addiction is not really relevant for someone who is dying of cancer, and he called for better education,
    especially for the state and healthcare bureau-cracies. He told us the majority of the services this community
    needs are available right here. We who have retired have paid our dues, and now is the time to enjoy life.
    Consequently different rules should apply. “Talk is cheap,” he said. It’s actions, not words, that matter. Dr.
    Annabi urged Rotary to make healthcare a goal and would love to collaborate with us to that end.  

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