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Des Moines Sertoma December 2008: Learning, celebrating, and having fun!

As the year draws to a close, the Des Moines Sertoma Club is just getting warmed up. We start our December with a rare day-night Sertoma doubleheader!

We start our busy December 2 by David Nadler, "Chief Brain Trainer" for Learning RX. Their website says:


LearningRx learning centers provide cognitive skills training that empowers anyone of any age to learn faster and easier. Tutoring and other programs reinforce WHAT students must learn (information). LearningRx learning centers identify and strengthen the skills behind HOW students learn. We provide testing and life-changing training for students of all ages who desire to learn and read better for life.
This promises to be an interesting session.

We then reconvene in the evening at the Knapp Center to see the Drake women's basketball team take on Coppin State. Contact Joe Kristan if you still need tickets, or pick them up at the Tuesday afternoon meeting.

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Our December 9 meeting will be something different. We will have a special presention on building club membership. Des Moines Sertoma has a good thing going, and it's only polite to share.

On December 15 the club will man the Salvation Army kettles on the Des Moines Skywalk system.

We top off our December with our annual holiday dinner on December 16, where we will present our Service to Mankind award to an area resident who has gone beyond the call of duty in serving the community.

Des Moines Sertoma: Serving Mankind in Des Moines since 1921, and going strong into 2009! Join us!

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