A Concert by the Foothill High School`s Dickens` Carolers

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A Concert by the Foothill High School`s Dickens` Carolers
Tustin-Santa Ana Rotary Club - Orange County’s First Service Cub - Chartered March 31, 1920
Thursday. December 16, 2010
A Member of the Santa Ana and Tustin Chambers of Commerce
Volume 91 Number 15
8 Pages
www.rotarytustin-santaana.org
Service
Above Self
Club No. 852, District 532
This Thursday is our very special Annual Holiday Meeting
A Concert by the Foothill High School’s Dickens’ Carolers
AND, A Personal Appearance by
Santa Claus Who Will Have a Bag Full of Presents for Our Younger Guests
LOOK FOR US IN THE ROSE
PARADE NEW YEAR’S MORNING!
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Plus Two Pages of Pictures from
Our Wonderful Christmas Party
Rotary Rose Parade Float
Committee’s 32nd consecutive entry in the
Tournament of Roses Parade
ROTARY LEADERSHIP
Rotary International President
Ray Klinginsmith
5320 District Governor
Jorita Solaris
TUSTIN-SANTA ANA CLUB
J J’s
Fine Time
John Jansen
Finemaster
President
Ali Danta
President-Elect
Garry Heath
Immediate Past-President
Gerry Aust
Secretary and
Co-chair Programs
Leo Middleton
Treasurer
Roger Carlson
Membership
Cindy Speer
Community Service
Jill Spencer
Vocational Service
Mark Eliot
Fund raising and
International Service
John “Riz” Rizzo
Captain Steve Lewis For
commenting on the recent fire as a policeman
$50
Larry LeDoux For
speaking to Gene Autry
on the cell phone during
lunch
$200
Dave Smith For not
introducing his wife
Nancy
$10
Mark Eliot For furloughing the Finemaster’s kids
making them available for
vacation
$35
Rotary Foundation
Alice LeDoux
Public Relations
Donna Lea
CTO Club Training Officer
Debbie Reines
Co-chair Programs
Larry LeDoux
Newsletter
Brian Herdeg
T-SA Foundatiom Fundraiser
Priscilla Cottone
Administration;
Executive Secretary
Rose Mary Kovacs
TSA-TUSC INTERACT OFFICERS
President
Wes Thomas
Secretary
Sunjay Chopra
Treasurer
Nicole Mendeza
Membership
Connor Lender
Publicity
Hanna Jalawanm
Publicity
Cody Hanify
Club Coordinator
Cindy Speer
Troy Linaker For spending his vacation dollars
in Costa Rica, not in the
USA
10,000 pesos
Roger Carlson For not
having a tax fix $10
Gayl Whipple For claiming the tax hike will make
him the poorest man in
Orange County $20
Thursday, December 16, 2010
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Greeter: Jay Weber
Invocation: Gerry Aust
Flag Pledge and
4-Way Test Recitation:
Captain Steve Lewis
Coordinator Cindy Speer
announced that the TUSD
Interact Club was meeting
at Tustin High School that
afternoon at 3:30 PM. High
school students from
throughout the District are
eligible for membership. See
Cindy for more information.
This week’s meeting: If
you are bringing small children, call Rose Mary and
have her explain how Santa
Claus obtains the gifts he
distributes.
Annual Christmas Party
was a hit. Gerry and Diane
Aust had their home decorated beautifully and the atmosphere was relaxed and
cordial... until the
Steal or No Steal game
along. and theft some gifts
changed hands over and
over. Gaylord Whipple had
a bottle of Bailey’s Irish
Cream and a sampler of
European Beers both stolen.
What he ended up with was
so lame your Editor cannot
remember! Al Gutierrez
was a fixture in front of the
tree replacing gift after gift!
Jill Spencer and Karrie
Good stole from each other
and Dave Hackett opened
a heavy, square art object
which was left on display all
evening in hope it might be
stolen. It was not!
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STROKE PREVENTION DISCUSSED BY VIVEK JAIN, M.D.
Thursday. December 16, 2010
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Our Speaker, Vivek Jain,
M.D., is a Stroke Neurologist
“Swift, seamless, state-of-theart treatment for acute stroke
patients isn’t the only goal of
UC Irvine Healthcare’s Stroke
and Cerebrovascular Center.
Its multidisciplinary team of
doctors also aims to prevent
the debilitating strokes, or
brain attacks, the third leading
cause of death and a primary
cause of disability in the
United States today.”
We Meet Thursdays at 12:10 PM
for Lunch at the
TUSTIN RANCH GOLF CLUB 12442 Tustin Ranch Road, Tustin, CA 92870
Phone: 714-730-1611
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The Rotary Club
Of Tustin-Santa Ana
Rose Mary Kovacs
Executive Secretary
P.O. BAox 14
Tustin, C 92781
Phone: 714-539-0251
Fax: 714-539-2980
E-mail: [email protected]
We were pleased to have with us at our December
2nd meeting Vivek Jain, M.D., a Neurologist from the
University of California Irvine, who gave a presentation on
stroke awareness and preventative measures.
A stroke is defined as vascular disturbance to the Brain tissue. An Ischemic
stroke involves a loss of adequate blood
supply, such as when a blood vessel is
blocked by a clot or embolus of some
kind, or some other disturbance
(such as disease blocking the vessels of
the carotid artery). With such a injury,
the damage to the brain tissue results
from oxygen depravation causing cell
death. Two-thirds of strokes are ischemic.
In the Hemorrhagic stroke the brain cells death results
from the blood physically invading the tissue. One-third of
strokes are hemorrhagic.
Non Assessing stroke Risk: Risk markers/factors for
a first stroke were classified according to potential for
modification; nonmodifiable, modifiable and potentially
modifiable.
Nonmodifiable include age, sex, low brith weight,race/
ethnicity and genetic predisposition.
Modifiable risk factors include high blood pressure,
exposure to cigarette smoke, diabetes, atrial fibrillation
(and certain other cardiac conditions), cholesterol and
other lipid disorders, coronary artery stenosis, sickle cell
disease, post-menopausal hormone therapy, poor diet.
physical inactivity and obesity.
Less well-documented factors (“possibly modifiable”)
include the metabolic syndrome, excessive alcohol
consumption, drug abuse, use of oral contraceptives,
sleep-disordered breathing, migraine and others.
Stroke risk doubles at age 65, and every 10 years
thereafter. An evolving stroke is a medical emergency and
minutes count. Call 911, and jot down on paper the time
the episode began (both the paramedic and the hospital
doctors need to determine the time line. Do not waste time
worrying if the problem might be serious.
Symptoms: Muscle weakness in face, arms and legs;
sudden difficulty speaking sensibly (gibberish); paralysis of
facial muscles (smile lopsided, forehead lifting not
symmetrical); Headache - Sudden onset, the severest
headache you have ever experienced; Motor weakness in
muscles - hold hands out in front and after several
seconds, one side may lower and rotate; Loss of sensation
in face or extremity; Sudden visual impairment - loss of
vision or eye coordination (double vision).
The
BUZZ
Thursday, December 16, 2010
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Calendar
The 2010 Club Christmas Party
January 2011
Rotary Family Month
01-06 Jerry Kerss,,Norwalk
Rotary Club discusses
“High School
Football Refereeing”
01-13 2nd District Orange County Supervisor
John Moorlach
“Orange County”
01-20
Claire and Gary Heath
“Let Me Take You On
A Sea Cruise”
Mark Eliot, New
Generations Chair
will present the
Students of the Quarter
01-27 We welcome Orange Rotarian Robert Meyer
who will discuss
“World War II”
01-29 Texas Hold-Em Poker
Tournament at the
Tustin Ranch Golf Club
For More Information
Contact Karrie Good or Troy
DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS
Gordon Schick
Larry LeDoux
Bunny Herdeg
Claire Heath
Meera Upasani
12-09
12-18
12-21
12-22
12-28
The holidays are here, and once again the TustinSanta Ana Rotary Club got the festivities started
with their annual Christmas party. For the first time in many years, the party was
not held at the home of Jill and Don Leach. But,
we were thrilled to have Jill join us. The group
of 40+ gathered at the home of Gerry and Diane
Aust. Everyone enjoyed delicious food, ample libations,
and scrumptious desserts. But, as usual, the highlight of the evening was
the “Steal or Don’t Steal” gift activity. The talking Santa with cherry red cheeks
reciting “Twas the Night Before Christmas” was a
big hit, as was the snowman Advent calendar. However, there was a gift that was never stolen
and was left behind by the owners. Hmm-m-m??? Who could that be?
DECEMBER ANNIVERSARIES
Carolyn and
Roger Nielsen
12-28
On behalf of the Tustin-Santa Ana Rotary Club,
we wish everyone a Holiday Season filled with
happiness and a New Year of prosperity and
peace!

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