DARWDental Assistants Recognition Week
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The Camden County College Dental Assisting Class of 2013 presented each of their Supervised Clinical Experience affiliate sites with a bud vase and three wooden roses for DARW to show their appreciation for all the hard work and additional education the staff shared with them during this spring 2013 semester.
In recognition of DARW, the dental director, staff dentist, and dental hygienists surprised the dental assistants with a cake decorated with this year's motto.
Dental assisting students held a meeting and initiated a local student chapter for ADAA members in the dental assisting program in recognition of DARW.
DARW concluded with a luncheon hosted by the dental assisting faculty, at which attendees participated in a "Name that Fact" game and students were given goodie bags and large Crest Toothpaste inflatatbles, furnished by Proctor & Gamble.
As announced last year, a new theme was being sought for DARW for the next three years beginning in 2008.
The 2007 DARW ad is now available on the ADA website, www.
A revolving sign at the entrance to the campus announced DARW and a table display was mounted with free toothpaste and brush-ups.
Students attending a seminar and brunch in Fargo and staffed a booth promoting DARW and the dental assisting profession.
Editor's Note: If you would like a kit of materials and ideas for observing DARW, please e-mail dmarrell@adaa1.
This local association had bronzed gold DARW logo pins made up and their leadership including Kathleen Storz, CDA, Sandy Pickens, CDA, RDA, Patricia Hoffman, CDA, RDA, Brenda Amenhauser, RDA, Amie Fairman, CDA, delivered pins to 150 private practices in Cape May and Atlantic Counties .
All ADAA state and local presidents will receive a kit of DARW materials during January, and anyone may request a kit by writing to ADAA, Suite 1730, 35 E.
military, it is more than coincidental that this year's DARW entries included more military input than ever before.