We must again postpone our luncheon scheduled for October 16,2021 due to Covid safety concerns. We will reschedule for Spring of 2022.
We are planning a ZOOM Gathering on October 16th for all who have set aside that day to be together. We will be virtually meeting at 12:30PM.
The Zoom Meeting ID is 834 25154310
For further Zoom information contact Pat Walsh Rodrigues at Patarod@comcast.net or text or call (925)519-0652
We are still planning on holding our Twilight Tasting Fund Raiser on October 14th, an OUTDOOR wine tasting event at:
Page Mill Winery in Livermore
1960 Livermore Ave.
From 4:30 to 8:30 PM
There will be live music and a piano bar. 100% of the tasting fee is donated to our scholarship fund as well as 10% of any wine ordered or sold that night.
All are invited, friends, family, neighbors. If you are a wine lover but are unable to attend you can order wine by calling the above number on that day and having your purchase shipped. Be sure and mention the KFSNAA Scholarship fund.
NEXT KFSNAA Zoom Board Meeting:
September 17,2021 10am-12pm
ALL ALUMNI ARE INVITED
Please contact Pat Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org for an invite
May 3-7, 2021
TO: California Nurses in acknowledgement of Nurses Week and continuing the "Year of the Nurse” in 2021
FROM: Kaiser Foundation School of Nursing Alumni Association (KFSNAA) LINK
Nov. 2020 Promotion of the book within Kaiser Permanente: From Lincoln Cushing https://about.kaiserpermanente.org/our-story/our-history/a-legacy-of-disruptive-innovation
See article from Retired physicians by clicking on our Legacy page.
HAVE YOU RECEIVED YOUR BOOK YET?
If not the Alumni Association must not have your current address. For your complimentary copy, contact Terri Moss at Terri@mosscommunications.net
Tell her you are an alumnus and year of graduation, and that you did not receive your book. Terri will send you one.
KFSN Alumni Association owes a very special tribute to the Nursing Leadership at Kaiser Permanente, led by Jim D'Alfonso, who recognized the value of KFSN's history and legacy and made the publishing of the book possible.
It is with a great deal of gratitude that KFSNAA honors Steve Gilford, Kaiser historian and exceptional story teller, for the fabulous work he did putting our story into word. Steve took the alumni responses from questionnaires and oral interviews, and along with archival research added his own vast knowledge of the history of Kaiser Permanente to author the first 5 chapters of our book. Thank You, Steve. You helped assure that KFSN will not be forgotten, ensuring our legacy lives on. See attached bio for more information about Steve.
Many thanks to Angie’s classmates that set out on a quest to locate her with a current address.