2016 NCDA Summer Meeting, July 8-10
Save the date! The NCDA is heading to historic Williamsburg, VA for the 2016 NCDA Summer Meeting, July 8-10. The meeting will be held at the Williamsburg Lodge. For room reservations, contact The Lodge at 800-261-9530 and request the NCDA group rate of $219 per night.
The Williamsburg Lodge is located in the heart of the Revolutionary City. Just steps from the action, the inviting lodge boasts a world-class restaurant and convenient access to spa and golf recreation amenities. Fun for the whole family, admission ticket discounts and special daily events are just the beginning of the exclusive guest benefits.
Colonial Williamsburgs hotels and the Revolutionary City are conveniently located within the Historic Triangle and just minutes from two extraordinary adventure parks: Busch Gardens and Water Country USA. Busch Gardens offers fun for the whole family. Enjoy thrilling roller coasters, animal encounters, great dining and shows, including the debut of London Rocks, a new production in the parks Globe Theatre that explores the powerful role that music plays in peoples lives. Guests can splash and slide the summer away at Water Country USA, Virginias largest water park with more than 25 water attractions.
New Officers Elected at 2016 NCDA Annual Meeting
The NCDA announces Dr. Pamela Guest (Pinehurst) was elected President at the 2016 NCDA Annual Business Meeting this past weekend in Pinehurst. The business meeting was held on Saturday, January 16, in conjunction with the NCDA Annual Meeting. Dr. Guest is joined on the Executive Committee by Dr. Kevin Stein (Winston-Salem), President-Elect, and Dr. Donna Culton (Chapel Hill), Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. Russell Kilpatrick (Greenville) will continue his service to the Executive Committee in the role of Immediate Past President.
Your 2016-2017 NCDA Executive Committee
Prom just got a whole a lot healthier, thanks to the NCDAs leadership and support of the Jim Fulghum Teen Skin Cancer Prevention Act. The NCDA-backed legislation achieved its final hurdle on May 21 when N.C. Governor Pat McCrory signed the bill into law. The new law, which becomes effective on October 1, 2015, prohibits tanning facilities from allowing minors under the age of 18 to use indoor tanning equipment. Governor McCrory signed the hard-won Jim Fulghum Teen Skin Cancer Prevention Act into law at the Executive Mansion with the late Rep. Fulghums wife Mary Susan, and his daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter at the Governors side.
This law will save lives and significantly help protect children and young adults from the growing epidemic of skin cancer, said NCDA President Russell Kilpatrick, MD. We thank our legislators and the governor for their support and action on this important health issue.
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