Calendar of Events

University Club programs are open to the public and are held Tuesdays at noon in the Padua Room of the Hughes Community Center, 1700 Danbury Road, Claremont, California. A full buffet lunch, beginning at 11:45 AM, is available for $12.00. For those who wish to come only for coffee and dessert, the fee is $5.00. Membership applications are available at each meeting. Map to Hughes Community Center

Remember, there will be no meetings in August. Our luncheons will start again on September 3.

July Program Chair: Pat Kelly

July 2 – “Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center in Transition”

Speaker – Jim Dale, President, PVHMC Foundation
Many or most of you have used of the services at PVHMC, the largest hospital in our area. Find out about its upcoming $81 million renovation and how it will benefit patient care.

Introduction: Nancy Magnusson
Fellowship: Ed Ansell
Greeters: Doug MacKenzie, Ellen Litney

July 9 – “Golda Meir”

Speaker – Peter Small
Peter Small, a historical impersonator who has taught history and performed for 3 presidents and audiences of all ages, will bring Golda Meir to life. Prime Minister of Israel from 1969 to 1974, strongwilled, straight-talking Golda Meir was called the Iron Lady before Margaret Thatcher was. The presentation will include coverage of the Yom Kippur War, the trauma of the Munich Olympics and Meir’s resignation.

Introduction: Pat Kelly
Fellowship: Rich Phillips
Greeters: Pat Kelley, Art Parker

July 16 – “Appraisals – What You Need to Know”

 

Speaker – Diane Saunders, President of the Appraisers National Association
Appraisals of your property, including antiques, cars, and jewelry, are important for insurance valuations, estate planning, probate situations, and assessing donation values. Diane Saunders has appraised most everything, even pianos. She has spoken on TV and written two books on the subject. Bring your questions.

Introduction: Pat Kelly
Fellowship: Ray Lockhart
Greeters: Nancy Magnusson, Milt Wilson

July  23 – “The San Andreas Fault – Should We Continue to Worry?”

Speaker – Dr. David Berry, Professor Emeritus of geology, Cal Poly Pomona
The southern section of the San Andreas Fault has not seen a massive earthquake in over 300 years. The fault is 810 miles long. Dr. Berry will explain the strain distribution and slip rate, tectonic boundaries, and the illusive science of prediction. Dr. Berry has an MS from UC Berkeley and a PhD from UCLA.

Introduction: Art Parker
Fellowship: Milt Wilson
Greeters: Larry Wicksted, Jeanne Kennedy

July  30 – ““Israel and Jordan”

Speaker – Gene Smith
Israel is a treasure trove of historical, ethnic, political and religious ideas all mixed up together. For a country no bigger than the state of New Jersey, it has many, many things going on within its current borders. The area has been fought over endlessly throughout history and is a holy land to the Jews, Christians and Muslims. We will take a look at this storied place and finish with a look at Jordan’s spectacular stone city of Petra, as well as Greek and Roman ruins. Gene Smith is immediate past president of the club and a retired history teacher.

Introduction: Rizek Abusharr
Fellowship: Deepak Ubhayakar
Greeters: Al Leiga, George Stoneback
Birthdays: Jeanne Kennedy

 

Bulletin Committee Members: David Sonner, Opanyi Nasiali, and Roya Ardelan


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Ideas for good program? Contact Bob Smith, Program Committee Chair  909 625-4344 Bsartist@netscape.com