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August 14, 2015  RSS feed
Sincerely Yours

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Sincerely yours, Judy Ludin


Oldsmar physician Dr. David Kalin, chairman of the International Board of Medicine and Surgery (IBMS) is organizing an international workshop and gala reception – including a surprise event – in Tampa on Sunday, Sept. 6 that aims to raise funds for the IBMS’ proposed HOPE museum to be built in Tampa. The workshop, which will focus on women’s health issues, and reception, will be held at the Tampa Airport Marriott Hotel. The evening reception including food, music, dancing plus a special event that is being kept under wraps, will serve as a fundraiser for the museum. The museum hopes to provide an international nexus for women’s health issues, particularly focusing on breast cancer. Contact if you interested in joining him for the event.

On the podium…

Andrew Satinoff, son of Marcia and Marty Satinoff of Oldsmar and son-in-law of Malina and Meni Kanner of Seminole, won a bronze medal in masters tennis (35-45) at the European Maccabi Games in Berlin as a member of Team USA. Andrew, who now lives in Marietta, GA, is a graduate of Tarpon Springs High School and Florida State University. The games brought together 2,300 Jewish athletes from 36 nations and were particularly symbolic because it was the first time the quadrennial competition has been held in Germany.

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