Program Luncheon: Monday, June 6th, 2016

Monday, June 6th

Lunch will be served at 12:30

Cost is $15.00.

Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, Dr. Stevens traces his roots back 150 years to an Attica dairy farm that his family still operates today. After a ten year corporate career with three years in Asia, Dr. Stevens returned to Cornell University to pursue a degree in Veterinary Medicine. He fulfilled one of his life-long dreams of owning and operating a veterinary practice when he succeeded Dr. Frank Yartz at the Ellicott Small Animal Hospital as the sixth owner of this practice. Clinically, Dr. Stevens enjoys the wide range of health concerns presented through the dogs and cats the practice sees every day. He has developed a particular interest in dentistry, and the nutritional management of health and disease. As a past president of the Niagara Frontier Veterinary Association, he is a firm believer in the positive role that veterinarians can play in our community. He led the effort that resulted in 65 regional animal hospitals helping to raise $1.5 M to rebuild the Frank A. McClelland Sr. veterinary hospital at the Buffalo Zoo. He is also the President of Buffalo, Inc, and part of the Buffalo Micro Parks effort, leading the charge to introduce and complete the first legal and safe off-leash areas for dogs in Western New York.. Reed Stevens, veterinarian, owner of Ellicott Small Animal Hospital will give us the inside picture of his practice from a caring perspective. He’ll also talk about the field with a broader lens. This is a doctor with intelligence and heart!

**We will also be celebrating our “June birthday girls.”

Program luncheons are scheduled on Mondays with the exception of the 3rd Monday which is reserved for the Bridge Luncheon.

Lunch is served at 12:30 pm. Catering is provided by Applewood’s Café. Cost per person is $15.00

For reservations contact Carolann Besch, by phone at 883-4482 by 3:00 PM on the Friday before the luncheon.

If your name is on the permanent luncheon list, you do not need to call. But if you need to cancel your reservation, you must contact Carolann.

If you reserve a seat but do not attend, you will be billed for your lunch.

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