Massachusetts Medical Society President-Elect Dr. Ronald Dunlap will deliver the keynote address and lead a discussion titled, “Learning to Live Together: From the City to the Suburbs.” Dr. Dunlap will become the second African American president in the history of the Massachusetts Medical Society upon taking office in May. The breakfast program will also feature cultural performances by the Charles Street African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church Choir and Wellesley High School’s Thunder Step Squad.
Dr. Dunlap is a physician with South Shore Cardiology in Weymouth and a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (ACC). He has been a member of Massachusetts Medical Society’s committees on Information Technology, Member Services, Public Health, Nominations, Strategic Planning, and Administration and Management and served as president of the Norfolk South District Medical Society from 2006-2008. He has been an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School since 1979 and is a Cardiology Clinical Case Reviewer for Masspro, a performance improvement organization that advances healthcare quality.
The World of Wellesley was founded in 1990 to support and promote racial and cultural diversity in Wellesley.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. breakfast is jointly sponsored by The World of Wellesley, Sun Life Financial and the Interfaith Community for Action in Wellesley.
Individual tickets are still available for $25 or $250 for a table. Ticket reservations can be sent to: World of Wellesley, P.O. Box 812381, Wellesley, MA 02482. Tickets can be picked up at the event. For more information, please contact Richard S. McGhee at [email protected] or Melissa Clemence at [email protected]. The event will be held at One Sun Life Executive Park, Building 3, Floor 1 in Wellesley Hills.
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The animated educational film “Our Friend, Martin” will be shown at the Wellesley High School Cafeteria and pizza will be served from 11am-1pm on Monday, Jan. 21.
Please RSVP to Michelle Chalmers at [email protected]
$5 Donation is requested