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Des Moines Sertoma Club Newsletter: September 2011

Des Moines Sertoma is keeping busy in September

Des Moines Sertoma Club starts our first meeting with Drake’s Football Coach, Chris Creighton together with a student athlete – they will discuss the team, the upcoming schedule and the summer trip to Africa. Make sure you join us on September 6th to hear the great things happening with the Drake Football team.

Our Inauguration Dinner will be on September 17th at the Salisbury House in the Great Room from 5pm to 9pm. SalisburyHouseBanner.jpg
We will start dinner at 5:30pm and will start our meeting at 6:30pm, there will also be tours of the Salisbury House after our meeting. Please RSVP for the dinner with Minda at mbarr@bankerstrust.com or on the signup sheet that will be distributed at our September 6th meeting – email or mark: if you will have a quest, your choice of entrée of Salmon or Sirloin and choice of drink, soft drink or coffee.

Our September 20th speaker has changed to Dr. Nancy Sebring, the Des Moines Superintendent of Schools, giving a general report about the health of the school district.

Kent Sovern of Iowa AARP ended up with a big conflict and will be our October 4th speaker.

August in Review:
On August 2nd, Eric Tabor, the Chief of Staff to Attorney General Tom Miller. Spoke about the activities of the Attorney General’s Office and the many great benefits this office has brought to Iowans.

On August 16th, our speaker was Rob Schweers, Senior Communications Consultant from Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield. He discussed issues of health, health care costs and health insurance.


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