Reflecting on this past year serving as your President and what we’ve been able to accomplish together, but also where we are going and what we plan to accomplish in this next year. It has been a busy year and it did go by rather quickly. I have learned a lot and am looking forward …Read More
Only in New England will it snow in April! HAPPY SPRING everyone! MDHA has been busy – we had another successful Lobby Day in February with over 180 in attendance! Many thanks to all of the hygienists’ and students who attended it truly was an exciting day on Beacon Hill, our voices were heard. …Read More
In October MDHA held their annual event in honor of Dental Hygiene Month. A visit to The Museum of Russian Icons, a non-profit museum located in Clinton. We were able to view the collection of over 700 Icons and related artifacts, a private collection. All attendees were greeted by our Event Coordinator Mary Kellerman. The …Read More
Rest is Peace Dr. Wilkins – you have been an ICON to the Dental Hygiene Profession and will be missed by us all. Your spirit will remain in your book as it continues to teach. I’m sure as you watch over us all you will be smiling and of course DANCING!!! http://www.pelhamfuneralhome.com/obits/obituary.php?id=628646
MDHA President Paula Morrison and Immediate Past President E Jane Crocker had the pleasure of presenting a small token of appreciation to Dr. Wilkins at the Annual Esther Wilkins Symposium – MCPHS University. Happy 100TH Birthday Dr. Wilkins, thank you for all that you have done for the profession of Dental Hygiene! CELEBRATE!
It is hard to believe The Conference 2016 “Embracing the Challenge” has passed, Thanksgiving has come and gone and we are quickly moving towards 2017. This years Conference offered Continuing Educations opportunities, Exhibitors, and time to mingle with friends and colleagues. Many thanks to our Conference Chair Sandra Nicholas, Business Manager Ruthann Zamarro and their …Read More
Each year 2 student scholarships are awarded to ADHA Annual Session. The recipients for the 2016 award were Sara Jones (front right) from Mt. Ida College and Vanessa Powers (top left) from Cape Cod Community College. It was a pleasure to have them attend and would like to share their stories… Sara Jones (front right) …Read More
Worcester, Mass. — Carol Gilmore had been a dental hygienist for about 10 years when the Halifax resident heard about a new program designed to allow experienced dental hygienists to practice independently in the community. After changes in Massachusetts law in 2009 and the adoption of new rules in 2010, the Public Health Dental Hygienists …Read More
View the Spring and Summer 2015 Bulletin newsletter 2015 spring summer.pdf! Due to Quinsigamond Community College closing today, tonight’s scheduled BOT meeting has been changed to a conference call. The conference call will begin at 7 p.m. Click ADHA MA BOT Meetings 2015 – 2016 schedule.doc to view schedule.