Bonnie Hamilton completed a training course and plans to run for elected office.
Bonnie Hamilton completed a training course and plans to run for elected office.
Diane Barnes writes and performs for the theater. Her one-woman show, "My Stroke of Luck" had an extended run in SF and hopefully will return in 2019.
Diane Barnes writes and performs for the theater. Her one-woman show, "My Stroke of Luck" had an extended run in SF and hopefully will return in 2019.

Check the Notices page for news of coming performances.

Barbara Livermore sings with the SF Bach choir.
Barbara Livermore sings with the SF Bach choir.
David King is a bamboo enthusiast.
David King is a bamboo enthusiast.
Jim Lawrence grows walnuts and cherries, and also drives race cars.
Jim Lawrence grows walnuts and cherries, and also drives race cars.
Susan Lambert sings with a small group locally.
Susan Lambert sings with a small group locally.
Kris Steensma has collected vintage pottery for 25 years. Many of her pieces were on display at SFO's International Terminal in 2017.
Kris Steensma has collected vintage pottery for 25 years. Many of her pieces were on display at SFO's International Terminal in 2017.
Tom Snyder enjoys history, particularly of TPMG and naval medicine. His excerpts from John Smillie's history of the organization have appeared in numerous issues here.
Tom Snyder enjoys history, particularly of TPMG and naval medicine. His excerpts from John Smillie's history of the organization have appeared in numerous issues here.
Art Levit, keyboard, and Tom Gourley, bass, playing jazz in Albany
Art Levit, keyboard, and Tom Gourley, bass, playing jazz in Albany
Miller Wise plays guitar, mandolin, kazoo, and occasionally sings in the Jailhouse String Band.
Miller Wise plays guitar, mandolin, kazoo, and occasionally sings in the Jailhouse String Band.

The band includes a Wall 'o' Ukes (4 players), a fiddler, a mandolinist, and the Warden plays lap steel guitar with slide, washtub, or washboard. They won 3rd prize this year at the Berkeley Old Time Music Convention, String Band Contest! 

Miller has taken classes for several years with Suzy Thompson, who plays fiddle and sings like Ma Rainey. He calls her a treasure. She teaches fiddle, guitar, mandolin, and ukulele.

 

John Kaufmann recommends Rotary Club for the friendships he's made and the valuable work the club does worldwide.
John Kaufmann recommends Rotary Club for the friendships he's made and the valuable work the club does worldwide.

He's been on multiple overseas missions with them assisting in plastic surgery procedures.

Helen O'Keeffe Vajk loves the way barbell training increases her strength and endurance.
Helen O'Keeffe Vajk loves the way barbell training increases her strength and endurance.
Jerry Wagger has been collecting KP RWC history with Jay Whaley, Ted Cooper, Ed Sprague, Art Traum, Paul Feder and Peter Economus.
Jerry Wagger has been collecting KP RWC history with Jay Whaley, Ted Cooper, Ed Sprague, Art Traum, Paul Feder and Peter Economus.
Stephen Weiss is a serious photographer (Spring 2014). His work is at www.stephenweissphotography.com
Stephen Weiss is a serious photographer (Spring 2014). His work is at www.stephenweissphotography.com
Narayan Nayak is a stamp enthusiast as well as a photographer and painter (Winter 2015).
Narayan Nayak is a stamp enthusiast as well as a photographer and painter (Winter 2015).
Bob LaPerriere studies the history of California medicine and is the curator of the Sierra Sacramento Valley Med Society's Museum of Medical History.
Bob LaPerriere studies the history of California medicine and is the curator of the Sierra Sacramento Valley Med Society's Museum of Medical History.

http://www.ssvms.org/

Joe Rosenthal described his long fascination with maps (Summer 2013).
Joe Rosenthal described his long fascination with maps (Summer 2013).

Joe continues to donate and sell maps from his extensive collection. jhrantiquemaps@Yahoo.com

Mark Cohen has been on over 35 trips with Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel). Here, kayaking in the Salish Sea, Washington State (Fall 2013).
Mark Cohen has been on over 35 trips with Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel). Here, kayaking in the Salish Sea, Washington State (Fall 2013).

He's also been to New Zealand, Peru, Canada, and many parts of the US, among them.

Sally Cullen and her husband rented this RV and drove to Alaska. (Spring 2013)
Sally Cullen and her husband rented this RV and drove to Alaska. (Spring 2013)
RPA as a group, and members individually, contributed to the life-size sculpture of a nurse, commissioned by the alumni of the Kaiser Foundation School of Nursing.
RPA as a group, and members individually, contributed to the life-size sculpture of a nurse, commissioned by the alumni of the Kaiser Foundation School of Nursing.

The sculpture now stands at the entrance to the new Oakland Medical Center.

Jan Murota and Joan King-Angel sing in the Berkeley Community Chorus and Orchestra.
Jan Murota and Joan King-Angel sing in the Berkeley Community Chorus and Orchestra.

They perform major choral works with a full professional orchestra and soloists. Their gifted musical director is Ming Luke, see photo, Concerts are free. bcco.org

 

 

Robbie Pearl is now a best-selling author with his book,
Robbie Pearl is now a best-selling author with his book,
Sharon Levine has served on the Medical Board of California and many other advisory panels.
Sharon Levine has served on the Medical Board of California and many other advisory panels.
Bruce Blumberg is helping establish KP's new School of Medicine.
Bruce Blumberg is helping establish KP's new School of Medicine.
Bonnie Hamilton completed a training course and plans to run for elected office.
Diane Barnes writes and performs for the theater. Her one-woman show, "My Stroke of Luck" had an extended run in SF and hopefully will return in 2019.
Barbara Livermore sings with the SF Bach choir.
David King is a bamboo enthusiast.
Jim Lawrence grows walnuts and cherries, and also drives race cars.
Susan Lambert sings with a small group locally.
Kris Steensma has collected vintage pottery for 25 years. Many of her pieces were on display at SFO's International Terminal in 2017.
Tom Snyder enjoys history, particularly of TPMG and naval medicine. His excerpts from John Smillie's history of the organization have appeared in numerous issues here.
Art Levit, keyboard, and Tom Gourley, bass, playing jazz in Albany
Miller Wise plays guitar, mandolin, kazoo, and occasionally sings in the Jailhouse String Band.
John Kaufmann recommends Rotary Club for the friendships he's made and the valuable work the club does worldwide.
Helen O'Keeffe Vajk loves the way barbell training increases her strength and endurance.
Jerry Wagger has been collecting KP RWC history with Jay Whaley, Ted Cooper, Ed Sprague, Art Traum, Paul Feder and Peter Economus.
Stephen Weiss is a serious photographer (Spring 2014). His work is at www.stephenweissphotography.com
Narayan Nayak is a stamp enthusiast as well as a photographer and painter (Winter 2015).
Bob LaPerriere studies the history of California medicine and is the curator of the Sierra Sacramento Valley Med Society's Museum of Medical History.
Joe Rosenthal described his long fascination with maps (Summer 2013).
Mark Cohen has been on over 35 trips with Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel). Here, kayaking in the Salish Sea, Washington State (Fall 2013).
Sally Cullen and her husband rented this RV and drove to Alaska. (Spring 2013)
RPA as a group, and members individually, contributed to the life-size sculpture of a nurse, commissioned by the alumni of the Kaiser Foundation School of Nursing.
Jan Murota and Joan King-Angel sing in the Berkeley Community Chorus and Orchestra.
Robbie Pearl is now a best-selling author with his book,
Sharon Levine has served on the Medical Board of California and many other advisory panels.
Bruce Blumberg is helping establish KP's new School of Medicine.
Bonnie Hamilton completed a training course and plans to run for elected office.
Diane Barnes writes and performs for the theater. Her one-woman show, "My Stroke of Luck" had an extended run in SF and hopefully will return in 2019.

Check the Notices page for news of coming performances.

Barbara Livermore sings with the SF Bach choir.
David King is a bamboo enthusiast.
Jim Lawrence grows walnuts and cherries, and also drives race cars.
Susan Lambert sings with a small group locally.
Kris Steensma has collected vintage pottery for 25 years. Many of her pieces were on display at SFO's International Terminal in 2017.
Tom Snyder enjoys history, particularly of TPMG and naval medicine. His excerpts from John Smillie's history of the organization have appeared in numerous issues here.
Art Levit, keyboard, and Tom Gourley, bass, playing jazz in Albany
Miller Wise plays guitar, mandolin, kazoo, and occasionally sings in the Jailhouse String Band.

The band includes a Wall 'o' Ukes (4 players), a fiddler, a mandolinist, and the Warden plays lap steel guitar with slide, washtub, or washboard. They won 3rd prize this year at the Berkeley Old Time Music Convention, String Band Contest! 

Miller has taken classes for several years with Suzy Thompson, who plays fiddle and sings like Ma Rainey. He calls her a treasure. She teaches fiddle, guitar, mandolin, and ukulele.

 

John Kaufmann recommends Rotary Club for the friendships he's made and the valuable work the club does worldwide.

He's been on multiple overseas missions with them assisting in plastic surgery procedures.

Helen O'Keeffe Vajk loves the way barbell training increases her strength and endurance.
Jerry Wagger has been collecting KP RWC history with Jay Whaley, Ted Cooper, Ed Sprague, Art Traum, Paul Feder and Peter Economus.
Stephen Weiss is a serious photographer (Spring 2014). His work is at www.stephenweissphotography.com
Narayan Nayak is a stamp enthusiast as well as a photographer and painter (Winter 2015).
Bob LaPerriere studies the history of California medicine and is the curator of the Sierra Sacramento Valley Med Society's Museum of Medical History.

http://www.ssvms.org/

Joe Rosenthal described his long fascination with maps (Summer 2013).

Joe continues to donate and sell maps from his extensive collection. jhrantiquemaps@Yahoo.com

Mark Cohen has been on over 35 trips with Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel). Here, kayaking in the Salish Sea, Washington State (Fall 2013).

He's also been to New Zealand, Peru, Canada, and many parts of the US, among them.

Sally Cullen and her husband rented this RV and drove to Alaska. (Spring 2013)
RPA as a group, and members individually, contributed to the life-size sculpture of a nurse, commissioned by the alumni of the Kaiser Foundation School of Nursing.

The sculpture now stands at the entrance to the new Oakland Medical Center.

Jan Murota and Joan King-Angel sing in the Berkeley Community Chorus and Orchestra.

They perform major choral works with a full professional orchestra and soloists. Their gifted musical director is Ming Luke, see photo, Concerts are free. bcco.org

 

 

Robbie Pearl is now a best-selling author with his book,
Sharon Levine has served on the Medical Board of California and many other advisory panels.
Bruce Blumberg is helping establish KP's new School of Medicine.
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