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assist

Paranormal
noun A Scientology term for an action intended to help a person overcome effects of past mental trauma. 

Surgery
verb To support, help or be present during an operation.

ASSIST

American Stop Smoking Intervention Study. A grassroots initiative funded by the US government, which is intended to help individuals stop smoking based on the success of methods evaluated at the National Cancer Institute.
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0), Certificate in Massage Therapy; Ana Otero*, Certificate in Medical Assisting; Cindy Soto**, Certificate in Massage Therapy; Victoria Zwemke, Certificate in Medical Assisting.
Lunenburg: Nicole Howard, Certificate in Medical Assisting; Xiomara Vazquez, Certificate in Medical Assisting.
Marlboro: Kolette Carleton**, Certificate in Medical Assisting.
She is the Select Coordinator for the Florida Dental Health Foundation and travels the state making presentations on behalf of careers in the dental assisting field.
She is employed by the Michigan Department of Corrections at Jackson and has helped to bring dental assisting training to correctional facilities in that state.
Professionally, she has trained Red Cross volunteers in the Air Force dental clinic including chairside assisting, record keeping and charting.
Marlboro: Holly Butland, Medical Assisting; Auburn Howard*, Medical Assisting; Carl Moreau, Culinary Arts; Roxanne Vallejo-Marroquin*, Associate in Science in Medical Assisting
Millbury: Melissa Cheever*, Medical Assisting; Elke Eisenmann-Olson*, Medical Billing and Coding; Isaac Frempong*, Associate in Science in Medical Assisting
Southbridge: Jeaneams Caldero, Associate in Science in Medical Assisting; Christina Colon, Medical Assisting; Heather Furbush, Medical Billing and Coding; Laura Mayotte, Culinary Arts; Dina Smith**, Associate in Science in Medical Assisting; Allison Steppic*, Medical Assisting
The awards are for dental assistants who have demonstrated loyalty to self as well as to the profession through hard work, motivation of others and enhancement of the career of dental assisting on a state, local or national level.
Bosworth Corporation, Skokie, IL, recognized for her efforts on behalf of the dental assisting profession and her work on behalf of ADAA specifically through her board membership in the ADAA Foundation.
Also recognized was Megan Barber, Bradenton, FL, Dental Assisting Student of the Year as selected by Health Occupations Students of America.