So Charlie’s last ex wife, Brooke Mueller, entered rehab for the 19th time (literally, I’m not exaggerating) a couple of weeks ago after failing a court-ordered drug test and violating probation.
Brooke is facing jail time, but that didn’t make her 19th stay in rehab stick at all.
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She left rehab after less than a week, using the excuse that she only needed to “detox.” I haven’t been following the updates on TMZ about this, but a quick look reveals that Brooke, 35, was under investigation by Child and Family Services while she was in rehab/detox (she has three and a half year-old twin sons, Bob and Max, with Charlie) and that the boys went to Charlie’s other ex, Denise Richards, to stay.
She worked as a switchboard operator and later she and her husband owned and operated "Louies Restaurant" in Del City.
so he encouraged everyone to partner with their pharmacist.. Bryan was introduced by Brenda Winter (pictured on right with Brian in the middle and President Darren Fisk on the left), and thanked by Martti (he lives with pharma). Here he is fêted with (Left to Right) President Fisk, Peter, Past President Seppo Paivalainen, and proposer PP Dave Legge. Specifically his Power Point presentation (see link) was entitled “ an Introduction to the Programs and their Funding.” This is essential material for all members wishing to familiarize themselves with the “big” picture of Rotary internationally; highly regarded as a foundation globally.
He was introduced by Laurie Tulloch (very comprehensively) and thanked by Bob Tomlinson. Allocations Chair Kevin Holloway (far L) was pleased today to present cheques to another round of worthy community recipients: Marissa Tamasi , a dietician at TBRHSC-Renal Unit on behalf of the renal unit “Hamper Program;” Mitchel Van Kannel on behalf of the MS Society (Lake Superior Chapter) re their “Client Services Program;” and (Rev) Ray Dunn on behalf of Nu-Vision’s “multicultural Youth Counsel” working with other agencies such as TB Police and Dilico in a local Thunder Bay neighbourhood.
Reverend Dunn thanked Rotarians on behalf of the whole group, and reminded us that he was a Rotary student award recipient 60 (sixty) years ago!
Kevin and the club are delighted with assisting these community service partners.