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How time flies! I was looking at some old Sights
'n Sounds videos the other day and came across
the "Goose Series" of six videos, including the
Grand Opening Ceremony on March 20, 2010.
Here they are for your enjoyment (wow - we sure
all looked younger!). The Goose has become a
local institution and has raised over $13 million
for charities. Check out their web site
Golden Goose "New" Building 10 Years Old March 20!
Here's another thought. If it has not been done already, now would be a great
time for a plaque or some such to honor the many volunteers who made this
all happen -- Anne Leonard, Ken Conrad, Aaron Franco, Pat Hillerud, Carla
Springer, Nan Nasser, Mike Munro, John Hardin, and many more. How about
it? That would make a great tenth anniversary ceremony (hint, hint).
Stroke is one of the leading causes of death and adult
disability in America, but did you know that up to 80% of
strokes are preventable? Come to Health Night Out on
Monday, Feb. 24 at 7:00 pm in the MountainView Ball-
room to learn about the latest advancements in stroke
treatment with Western Neuro Endovascular Neurosur-
geon Alexander Coon, MD. Dr.Coon is one of the world’s
leading vascular neurosurgeons. He serves as the Direc-
tor of Endovascular and Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery
at the Carondelet Neurological Institute of St. Joseph’s
and St. Mary’s Hospitals in Tucson. Dr. Coon spent 15
years at The Johns Hopkins University Hospital where he
founded the Endovascular Neurosurgery service and led
its growth into one of the largest in the nation. During
Health Night Out -- 7:00 Feb 24 at MtView Ball Room
Dr. Alexander Coon
this time, he served as the Director of Endovascular Neurosurgery for all of
Johns Hopkins Medicine and held academic appointments within the Depart-
ments of Neurosurgery, Radiology and Neurology. Please click
HERE for more
One in five Americans will get skin cancer in their life-
times, and regular check-ups are the key to early detec-
tion. Dr. Scott Sheftel, founder of Healthy Skin Dermatol-
ogy, will focus on repair, maintenance and protection of
our skin in the desert. Dr. Sheftel discusses the latest in
skin health including oral supplements and new creams
and lotions.
After his presentation, he will conduct free skin cancer
screenings. If you've never been screened, this is an
easy way to find out if you have a problem. Many of you
have regular dermatology appointments, but are wonder
ing about a new area of concern. This is an excellent
opportunity to check it out.
Please click HERE for more
Health Night Out -- 7:00 Mar 23 at MtView Ball Room
Dr. Scott Sheftel