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Entries in ADA Golden Apple (3)

Thursday
Sep042014

WSDA WINS THREE ADA "GOLDEN APPLE"AWARDS!


The Washington State Dental Association was recently awarded three prestigious Golden Apple awards from the American Dental Association: for Achievement in Dental School/Student Involvement in Organized Dentistry; Promoting Diversity and Inclusion; and an additional award in an open category for “The ACA and You,” an insert that appeared in the WSDA News. The awards, now in their 26th year, are given to constituent and component dental societies in recognition for their leaders, members and staff. Mr. Stephen Hardymon, Executive Director of the WSDA said, “This is a direct reflection of the hard work by the Board and the staff in setting a very high standard for others to follow. I would like to congratulate them for thinking outside the box, taking calculated risks and not accepting average as a standard.”

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Thursday
Mar132014

DR. CHRISTOPHER HERZOG WINS ADA GOLDEN APPLE FOR NEW DENTIST LEGISLATIVE LEADERSHIP

The ADA recently announced that it has awarded WSDA member Dr. Christopher Herzog the 2014 Golden Apple for New Dentist Legislative Leadership. Herzog, a pediatric dentist from Spokane, has been a passionate grassroots advocate for organized dentistry since he was a student at the University of Washington School of Dentistry. The award recognizes an ADA member dentist who graduated on or after January 1, 2004, and who has demonstrated outstanding political or legislative leadership initiative.

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Wednesday
Sep252013

WSDA Wins ADA Golden Apple Awards

For 25 years, the ADA has recognized leaders, members and staff who have contributed to society success by bestowing their prestigious Golden Apple Award. This year, the WSDA has won two of the accolades — and one of its members, Dr. Michael Huey (in concert with the Kitsap County Dental Society) — has won the coveted honor for the third year in a row.

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