May 11, 2015
Ron Collins
Barry Wolfson
Retired Army Staff Sergeant, Travis Mills - Travis Mills Foundation
May 18, 2015
Rick Coyne
Gary Leech
Bryan Matluk
DG Lawrence Furbish came to visit our club!
**Onions will be delivered Mothers Day weekend!!**
Onion Pick Up Day is quickly approaching! We need help distributing. If you are available please contact Suzanne Ilsley <SIlsley@yorkhospital.com>
Dates To Remember:
May 11th - Maine’s First Lady Ann LePage and Retired Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills will be our guest speakers.  We will be presenting them with a $1,000 check and they will  brief us on the Travis Mills Foundation http://www.travismills.org/ which was started to support combat-wounded veterans.  Guests are cordially invited ($12 per person) but we must know by  Monday, May 4 so we can apprise Old Marsh.  Please rsvp to me at 646-2451 or eleanor@wellschamber.org to reserve. 
May 15th -  The Club will be hosting our 30th Annual Charter Night at 6:00pm at Old Marsh.  The cost is $35 per person and you must reserve in advance.  Please contact Barry Wolfson at 468-9747 or bwolfson@maine.rr.com to reserve.  Deadline is Monday, May 4.  DON’T FORGET TO BRING AN AUCTION ITEM WITH THE PROCEEDS BENEFITING OUR ANNUAL HOLIDAY PARTY!!
May 16th - Onion Pick Up Day!!
June 7th - 1st Annual Mini Golf Tournament - Committee Leader Rick Coyne  
Guest Speaker:
Chad Flagg of Saco Bay Physical Therapy specializes in out patient care. He completed his residency in MA concentrating on post stroke/spinal injury. Upon completion he returned to Maine and currently resides in Saco. SBPT is made up of 5 team members who focus on occupational therapy including but not limited to; orthopedic care, geriatrics, pediatric, and sports medicine related to muscular and joint injury.  They service patients throughout the seacoast. Most of their business is derived from physician referral and word of mouth. The clinic is open 6 days a week and services anywhere from 12-15 patience a day. In addition to office visits Chad is focusing on working with local schools and business to help reduce occupational injury as a result of poor ergonomics, and injury prevention in athletes. Chad was just invited to oversee the Massabesic Athletic Association managing the severity of injury and helping to prevent reoccurrence of subsequent injuries in young athletes. This opportunity to do on-site triage care will help aid in education as well as proper detection of concussions, a major concern of communities throughout the state. Chad spoke about the importance of immediate management and proper diagnoses of concussions and the studies that support this.