The longstanding dental practice of Golub and Dock Pediatric Dentistry will continue to operate at 9505 Montgomery Road, with a new name, and under the sole ownership of Murray Dock. With the retirement of Joel Golub, D.D.S., the practice has been renamed Montgomery Pediatric Dentistry, and will continue under the direction of Murray Dock, D.D.S., M.S.D.
Doesnt it always seem like our kids know technology better than we do? Thats all well and good if youre playing on your iPhone at home, but when youre in front of a classroom of 25 kids, what do you do? How do you encourage those kids to use the technology in a safe and educational way? And how can you use that technology to engage children in school?In addition to the wide variety of professional development workshops CET already offers for teachers, were excited to announce a new workshop: Learning for the Mobile Age. This workshop which can be taken online, in-person or through a blended version of the two is designed to help teachers and educators overcome the challenges of teaching and learning with mobile devices.
The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Cincinnati (EFGC) recently announced its merger with the Epilepsy Foundation of Central Ohio (EFCO). The merged entity is now known as the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Cincinnati and Columbus (EFGCC). The two Foundations have united their individual Board of Directors to create one governing board to make decisions and provide direction of the Foundations programs and services under the leadership of Kathy Schrag, Executive Director. The merger was effective January 1, 2013.
Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA) President Judge Patrick F. Fischer has appointed five Cincinnati-area lawyers to be chairpersons of OSBA committees and sections for 2012-2013. The OSBA maintains 31 standing committees and 11 sections, each of which monitors a particular area of law. Committees and sections work to improve the justice system by keeping Ohio lawyers informed about the latest court decisions and regulatory changes. In addition, they comment on bills before the Ohio General Assembly and draft their own legislative proposals to improve existing laws.
A couple of months ago, a non-profit organization sent me a press release regarding a fundraiser they would be hosting at the Cincinnati Museum Center. I confess that I had never heard of the organization, Impact 100, prior to receiving the press release, but the theme of the fundraiser, Wine, Women and Shoes piqued my interest. I wanted to find out more.Impact 100 promotes philanthropy by women. Begun in 2001 by Wendy Steele, Impact 100 has donated over $2 million to local charities and over $15 million through 15 chapters across the U.S.Members of Impact 100 make an annual $1,000 donation and by pooling these donations, Impact 100 is able to make $100,000 grants to local non-profits that provide services to people who lack the basic necessities like health care, shelter, education and job training.
John D. Holschuh Jr., a litigator in the Cincinnati firm of Santen & Hughes, has been appointed to serve a three-year term as District 1 representative on the Board of Governors of the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA). District 1 includes 3,289 practicing members.
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