Our monthly luncheons are back in business. For at least the near future we will be using the Arrowhead Country Club for the luncheons. Please check this site and the monthly Newsletter as the Luncheons may not always be on Thursday as we have done in the past. Arrowhead will sometimes have other activities that will require us to move to another day.
We had our first "live" Luncheon in 14 months on the 12th of May. The food was excellent, the bar gave me a "generous pour" on my glass of wine, the speaker, Dr Sorenson, was outstanding and seeing everyone "in the flesh" again was a thrill. Look out for the June meeting.
Maxwell Pharmacy Procedures Update
Every time I would call the pharmacy line to initiate a new prescription I would hear them talk about secure
messaging as a means to better communicate with them. So I decided to give it a try. I signed up and had occasion to need two prescriptions filled. So I got on line and sent the
request to have them filled. I received an email the following day informing me that it was filled and could be picked up 24 hours from the time I sent the email. Sure enough 24 hours
later I was able to get my filled prescriptions. This was so much easier than calling and then waiting from 48-72 hours to pick up the filled prescription.
Hot News Items:
-- Day Street Gate: Will close Friday, March 12th at 6 PM, and will remain closed for the foreseeable future.
Kelly Street Gate: Will be reopening Monday March 15th.
-- The VA Clinic at the Chantilly Parkway is scheduling COVID vaccine appointments at 1-866-601-1079. However, you will need to be enrolled in the Veterans Healthcare system to get the shot. If you can the number above, they call tell you if you are enrolled in the system. If you are not enrolled, they will transfer you to the eligibilitty and enrollment department. Currently, only Veterans 55 years and older are eligible.
Military Service: A History in Postcards - A Troy University & Alabama Humanities Alliance EXHIBIT
Follow this link to a fascinating display of Military History as shown in postcards. The display was created and hosted by Troy University.
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Fifty Eight of MAC MOAA's Vietnam Vets honored at our Veterans Day Luncheon Novmeber 8, 2018. Our gest speaker, Major General Rothstein and Alabama Council of Chapters President Dave Jenson are at the extreme right of the photo. Available below are the handout listing our member's Vietnam stories and the extended version. Both are Word documents and can be downloaded and printed.
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Last updated: March 17th 2021