On Tuesday, Mar. 31 at 1:15 PM the Men’s Club will present a special lecture by David Silber, Ph.D. entitled “Psychology: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”. The study and practice of Psychology, over the past 120 years, has made some astonishing advances in understanding human behavior. However, some enormous errors have been made and, in some instances, have remained rooted in the culture and awareness of people. For example, testing for intellectual abilities has proved to be an invaluable tool but also led to various misunderstandings with grave consequences. Mental health pronouncements have been helpful and hurtful, in many areas. Some of these, and perhaps others, will be reviewed and discussed.
Tuesday, April 14 | 1:15 PM
Special Lecture – Mayo Friedlis, MD – The Art and Science of Regenerative Medicine the Men’s Club will present a special lecture by Dr. Mayo Friedlis, MD, Virginia Director, National Spine & Pain Centers/StemCell ARTS entitled “The Art and Science of Regenerative Medicine.” Learn the facts about the new treatments involving Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy and stem cells. Dr, Friedlis will address: Why biologics?; Different kinds of biologics and their uses; Outcomes after treatment, real numbers; How to differentiate different products and procedures; and What is right for you? For more information, contact Albert Perry at email@example.com or 240-606-3220.
On Sunday, May 3 at 1:30 PM Men’s Club members are going to Washington Nationals Park for the game with the Cincinnati Reds, who are projected to win the NL Central Division. Tickets are $53 which includes a $15 concession credit. We need to have the deposits completed by March 31 in order to line up the best seats. At least 15 people are needed to participate. If you wish to attend the game, contract Steve Goldberg (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will start collecting on March 17th. Details on where we will meet, and transportation options will follow.
On Thursday, May 28 – Tour of Nationals Park: Because the last tour of Nationals Park a few years ago was such a success, we are planning another one this season. Larry Katz has tentatively booked our same guide, Maria, to take us around. She is available on Thursday, May 28, when the Nationals will be out of town. The tour, which lasts at least 90 minutes, will include visits to the press box, luxury suites, the Nationals’ dugout, the bullpen where you may throw some pitches, the visiting clubhouse, exhibits of past teams and players, and much more. The Nationals have not yet set this year’s charge for private tours, but it should come out to $20-25 per person if we get at least 20 participants. More information to follow. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Larry Katz, email@example.com.