Speaker Date Topic
No meeting May 24, 2019
Memorial Day Weekend
Dr. Morrison, Orthopedic Chair Centennial Hospital May 31, 2019
New Advancements in Orthopedics
New Advancements in Orthopedics

Originally from Texas, Dr. Morrison completed medical school at Baylor University and came to Nashville in 1996 for his orthopaedic residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He completed his training in 2001 and was recognized as an outstanding resident in the education of medical students by the Vanderbilt General Surgery Department.

 

Dr. Morrison joined Southern Joint Replacement Institute in August of 2002 after completing his Otto Aufranc Fellowship in Adult Reconstructive Surgery at New England Baptist Hospital in Boston, MA. This program provides specialty training in joint replacement surgery.  The mission of Southern Joint Replacement Institute is to provide state-of-the-art care in a professional and compassionate environment while honoring a commitment to research and education in the field of joint replacement.  SJRI is fully committed to providing personalized care and developing lasting relationships with patients and their families.

 

As an author, Dr. Morrison has been featured in many leading joint replacement publications.  His areas of focus are in primary and revision replacement surgery of the hip, knee and shoulder.  He is often sought out for his expertise with computer-navigation techniques and is a frequent guest speaker for orthopaedic groups across the nation and globe.  He is currently the Chief of Orthopaedics at TriStar Centennial Medical Center in Nashville.  He has a special interest in medical mission work.  He currently volunteers with the Siloam Health Clinic in Nashville and has performed joint replacements in Mexico, Peru, Ecuador and India with the Walk Strong Foundation and Operation Walk.  He and his wife Jennifer have three sons and live in Williamson County.   Dr. Morrison enjoys golf and wake surfing in the summer.   He also enjoys high school and college sports.   

Rear Admiral Brian S. Pecha, MC, Reserve Flt Srgn Jun 07, 2019
Navy Week and The Navy the Nation Needs
Navy Week and The Navy the Nation Needs

Rear Adm. Brian S. Pecha received his bachelor’s degree in 1983 from the University of San Francisco and a medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine in 1988.  He completed residency training in internal medicine at Naval Hospital San Diego, where he served as chief of residents. In 1991 he was assigned to Naval Hospital, Naples, Italy, as a staff internist and department head, and for the final year of his tour was director of Medical Services.  He graduated in 2004 "with distinction" from the distance education program at the Naval War College. In 2010, he completed Phase II of Joint Professional Military Education at the Joint Forces Staff College in Norfolk.

Pecha entered civilian practice in 1994 and re-affiliated with the Navy Reserve the following year.  Since then his reserve assignments have included Naval Reserve Hospital Oakland, Fleet Hospital 9, Naval Reserve Hospital Bremerton, Operational Health Support Unit Camp Pendleton, 1st Battalion 14th Marines, 4th Marine Division, Headquarters Marine Forces Reserve, and Headquarters Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.  During these reserve roles he has served as a training officer, administrative officer, assistant officer-in-charge, officer-in-charge, Battalion Surgeon, Division surgeon, force surgeon, and chief of the Navy Reserve Medical Corps.  From January 2011 to December 2012 he commanded 4th Medical Battalion, 4th Marine Logistics Group, in San Diego.

In 2002 he was recalled to active duty and assigned as senior medical officer for the Branch Medical Clinic at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma.  In 2006, he was recalled with 1st Battalion 14th Marines, deploying to Anbar Province in Iraq as the surgeon for Task Force Military Police, a major subordinate command of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.  In March 2013, he was brought to active duty as the force surgeon for Marine Forces Reserve in New Orleans, and upon promotion in October 2013 was recalled again for a year as the medical officer of the Marine Corps.  From Feb 2016 to Feb 2018 he was recalled to serve as command surgeon for U.S. Pacific Command in Honolulu.

He earned the Fleet Marine Force Officer Warfare Qualification in 2006. His personal decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (two awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (three awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (two awards), Navy Unit Commendation Medal, Meritorious Unit Citation and various campaign and service medals.

In civilian practice, Pecha is the medical director at Sonoma Developmental Center for persons with intellectual disabilities. He has been certified and recertified by the American Board of Internal Medicine since 1991, and was elected to fellowship in the American College of Physicians in 1998.

Rotary Scholarship Winners Jun 14, 2019
Rotary Scholarship Awards Program

Come join us for a day of fun as we celebrate the past and present winners of the Brentwood Rotary Club Scholarships!

Lewis Rankin and Suzie Lindsey Jun 21, 2019
Brentwood Rotary Community Grants (formerly known as Pancake Day Disbursements)
No Meeting Jun 28, 2019
Installation Banquet Week
NO MEETING- July 4th Week Jul 05, 2019
Jim Bonds Jul 12, 2019
Brentwood Reboot Combat Recovery
Brentwood Reboot Combat Recovery

Most agree – we owe a great debt to our veterans.

Upon returning, most veterans assimilate back into the community well.

Many find that transition difficult due to combat trauma.

 

Jim Bonds will address the July 12th Brentwood Rotary Club about his involvement with Reboot Combat Recovery

Brentwood Baptist Church is one of 160 Reboot host sites throughout the nation offering this faith-based, 12-week course to assist veterans overcome trauma-related issues. More than 4,000 veterans have graduated from Reboot nationally.

 

Larry Kain Jul 19, 2019
Golf Tournament Wrap up
Golf Tournament Wrap up
Molly Chatterjee (tentative) Jul 26, 2019
Our Project in India
New District Governor Bob Huffman Aug 02, 2019
Rotary International
Kevin Connor, Ainsley's Angels Aug 09, 2019
Ainsley's Angels

Ainsley’s Angels celebrates everyone’s ability by pairing runners with riders. Together, the team works to safely accomplish local road races, while having fun. The Angel Athlete-rider is the core of the team and pulls the runner across the finish line with smiles, cheers and immeasurable inspirational spirit. With the health and well-being of the Angel Athlete-rider as of the foremost priority, Ainsley’s Angels provides the equipment to ensure everyone can experience endurance events. Serving as advocates to providing education and participating as active members in our local community, we believe everyone deserves to be included and I invite each of you to sign up to join us, if you haven’t already. www.AinsleysAngels.org

Paul Harris Recognition Aug 16, 2019
Perfect Attendance
Jerry Park, Author Aug 23, 2019
A Tennesse Portrait
A Tennesse Portrait

Jerry Park is a Southerner. Born and raised. His soul forever imprinted by his heritage. That means there’s a story in everything he sees, and he tries to tell it in the resulting photograph. Tradition, loss, hope, tragedy, family and foolishness - all the themes we are drawn to in the best of southern literature, historical and fictional. He offers the viewer a glimpse into that lush mosaic by looking at images. He also often accompanies his photographs with written expressions - short stories, essays, poems - brought to the surface by his own contemplation of the print.   Collected and exhibited around the country.  Published in books, magazines, and newspapers.  Contact info: jerryparkphotograph.com or jerryppark@comcast.net.


 

His new book, A Tennessee Portrait, is the result of two years and over 10,000 miles of wandering around the backroads with camera and pen in hand.  Through photographs and short stories, Portrait offers a unique combination of image and word to anyone who appreciates heritage, beautiful scenery, and a good yarn.

 

 

NO MEETING Aug 30, 2019
Keely Hall Sep 06, 2019
Foundation Drive Kickoff
Annual Police/Fire Recognition Picnic Sep 12, 2019
No Meeting Friday Sept 13th
Sunny Rosanbalm Sep 20, 2019
Tuckers House
Tuckers House

Sunny Rosanbalm, Founder and Executive Director

Sunny Rosanbalm is the Founder and Executive Director of Tucker’s House, a non-profit that partners with families of children with disabilities by making their homes safer and wheelchair accessible. Her training in architectural design and years of experience in construction management coupled with her personal experiences as Tucker’s grandmother inspired Sunny to address an immense and virtually unmet need: affordable access to safe, accessible, and therapy friendly homes for children with special needs and their caregivers. Sunny and husband Mike live south of Nashville, Tennessee and are the proud grandparents of 17 children.  

Since 2009, the mission of Tucker’s House has been to partner with the families of children with disabilities by providing the home renovation and retrofitting services and resources necessary to make their homes safe and more accessible, and we continue to be the only agency in Middle Tennessee that offers this kind of critical care to a much-underserved population.

Every year, our Assess and Retrofit Program rescues approximately 30 Middle Tennessee families of children with disabilities ages 2-22 (120 people) from emotional and physical trauma by providing a safe and accessible environment that is conducive to greatest independence for the child. A pediatric therapist and an architectural designer meet with each family to develop an individualized plan which takes into consideration the current diagnosis/prognosis of the child, the needs of all caregivers, and the current conditions of the home. Caregivers can lift a child (many as heavy as adults) up to 5,000 times a year and struggle with chronic pain of their own, putting all involved at high risk for major physical injury and emotional distress. Imagine the guilt and anxiety caused to all involved if a child is dropped or if a caregiver is severely injured.

Once the retrofit plan is developed, a project manager oversees all aspects involved in implementing the retrofit including budget, schedules, and volunteer involvement. Once the project is completed, family members are trained on how to use their new equipment and space. 

Life-changing projects can include solid surface flooring, ramps, roll-in showers, widened doorways, and lifts. Many of the families Tucker’s House serves have experienced a 100% reduction in the number of physical lifts required each year which equates to far fewer injuries, more time to engage in quality family activities, and an all-around greater quality of life. There is a great need for affordable retrofit services for these at-risk families, and Tucker’s House currently has a year-long waiting list.

 

For more information, please visit our website at www.tuckershouse.org

 

 

Celeste Herbert Sep 27, 2019
Rotary International- Legacy Gifts and Major Donors
Sponsors