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June 2017

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First-Aid for the Golfer: What to Carry With You

June 25, 2017

First-Aid for the Golfer: What to Carry With You was first published in the online magazine Women’s Golf  Having been a registered nurse for over twenty years, I’ve seen and treated a lot of injuries; some of which originated on the golf course. The most common injuries and illnesses that occur during peak season include: sunburn, dehydration, heat stroke, Rhus dermatitis, and insect stings or bites. By carrying a basic…

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Even Par: A Book Review

June 12, 2017

I’ve only been at the game of golf a few weeks and I needed help getting up to speed fast. Consequently, I began looking for resources that I could use and came across a little book called Even Par: How Golf Helps Women Gain the Upper Hand in Business. The authors, Leslie Andrews and Adrienne Wax, have had impressive business careers and bring a lot of golfing expertise…

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Learning Golf Terms: The Language of Golf

June 3, 2017

One of the major keys to success in any endeavor is to learn the language of the thing that you are trying to accomplish. Learning key golf terms and being able to demonstrate their use in casual conversation tells fellow golfers that you belong. It reassures them that you understand the rules and customs of the game, and that they can count on you to follow them. After…

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The Adventures of Chunk

June 1, 2017

Wanting to be more civic minded and give back to our community, my husband and I became involved with the Kansas City English Bulldog Rescue (KCEBR).  Shortly after becoming volunteers, we were asked to foster an older dog named “Chunk.” His owner had died in hospice, and Chunk didn’t have any place to go. The KCEBR took him into the foster program, and placed him in a temporary…