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The Bulletin

October 8, 2018


Club Calendar

October is Economic and Community Development Month

10/10 Club Assembly - Brookhaven Rotary Foundation
10/17 Mr. Ray Kotwicki, Chief Medical Officer with Skyland Trail (Mtg host: Steve Smoak)
10/24 4th Wed.: No Meeting Scheduled
10/31 5th Wed.: No Meeting Scheduled

Our Rotary Family
BIRTHDAYS

10/1 Josh Moreland
10/3 Elisabeth Dillard
10/5 Richard Burroughs
10/7 Brendon Planz
10/9 Mike Swahn
10/24 Gary Henschen

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES

10/10 Justin Alford (5)
10/21 Bonnie Hardage (18)
10/30 Jared Sobelson (8)

Rotary Online

https://brookhavenrotary.org
https://rotary6900.org/
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ROTARY CLUB OF
Brookhaven


Wednesdays, 12:15 pm
Capital City Country Club- Guest/Vis
53 West Brookhaven Drive, NE
Atlanta, GA 30319

Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Northlake May 9, 1989
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ROTARY CLUB OF Brookhaven
PO Box 29203
Atlanta, GA 30359

President Jon Roxland
President-Elect TONY Shaffer
Treasurer Michael O'Nan
Secretary Karen Kropp
Foundation Chair Bonnie Hardage
Membership Chair Benjamin Ragin

October 10 - Club Assembly

We'll learn more about the Brookhaven Rotary Foundation and discuss our Club's future fundraising efforts at this week's meeting!

October 17 - Dr. Ray Kotwicki

Dr. Ray Kotwicki is the Charles B. West Chief Medical Officer at Skyland Trail, a nationally acclaimed private, non-profit residential and day treatment facility for adults with mental illnesses in Atlanta, Georgia.In this role, Kotwicki oversees all the clinical, educational, quality, and research activities within the organization.

Kotwicki trained as a Department of Energy Fellow, and was a Medical Scholar at the University of Wisconsin Medical School.He had post-graduate training at Harvard Medical School, the Boston University School of Medicine, and Emory University, where he earned a Master in Public Health degree in Health Policy and Management.He remains on the adjunctive faculty at both the Emory University School of Medicine as well as the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

Over his career, Kotwicki has presented over 200 invited lectures, symposia, and seminars to thousands of attendees.He regularly appears on television, radio and in newspaper articles discussing issues related to mental health and integrated medical care.

Kotwicki is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and is President of the Georgia Psychiatric Physicians’ Association.Kotwicki was a member of the Leadership Atlanta Class of 2011 and served as President of the Board of Directors of Positive Impact, the Southeast’s premiere HIV mental health program for three years, and is a Board member of the Lovett School.He is a member of Class XI of the Georgia Physicians Leadership Academy.

Throughout his career, Kotwicki has received numerous distinctions, including Emory University’s most prestigious Dean’s “Golden Apple” Teaching Award, Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, Mental Health America and Eli Lily’s “Heroes in the Fight” Clinical Team Award, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness’ Exemplary Psychiatrist Award.Kotwicki received the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University’s “Distinguished Achievement Alumnus Award” in 2017.

History on the Rocks!

Big thanks to Steve Smoak for organizing a fantastic Family of Rotary event this past Friday evening! It was a wonderful way for members and their guests to spend time together while enjoying the Atlanta History Center. If you have any ideas for future Family of Rotary events, please let Steve know. Thanks again, Steve!



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