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Are Optometrists Good People?
It is interesting how only a one-year term in elected office becomes so relatable to your own life. Therefore, I suppose I am in mid-life in a whole bunch of ways!
I was in church recently with my two younger sons being altar servers and my older teenage children in the pew with my wife and me. Sitting in front of us were longtime friends of ours who, years ago, would sit behind us with their teenage children. Back then, when my children were little, they weren’t always angels in church. The tables had turned. My dear friends had their five little grandchildren with them, who were being very active during church. There were Cheerios, books, toys, dolls, and other things that were meant to keep the grandkids occupied. Unfortunately, the grandkids went through everything and were bored ten minutes into the service. My friends were in for a challenge.
The 2014 WOA Convention and Annual Meeting is a Must-Attend Event!
Registration is now available for the 2014 WOA Convention and Annual Meeting, taking place this year from Sept. 25-28, 2014 at the Marriott Madison West hotel in Middleton, WI. The event offers 26 hours of Wisconsin Optometry Examined Board-approved Continuing Education as well as a full exhibit hall with 50 companies in attendance. A stellar lineup of speakers includes WOA Third Party Director and PMI, LLC owner Dr. Charles Brownlow; UW-Madison Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences Dr. Gregg Heatley; RevolutionEHR CEO and WOA Past President Dr. Scott Jens; Eye Care Center, Fridley, Maplewood, and Maple Grove, Minnesota Dr. Jordan Keith; UAB Professor of Optometry Dr. Leo Semes, and Ophthalmic Consultants of Connecticut Co-Founder Dr. Jim Thimons.
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