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Bethesda, MD (Dec. 22, 2011) — The Ohio Veterinary Medical Association has been honored with a Silver Award in the Most Improved Magazine or Journal category of Association TRENDS’ 2011 All-Media Contest. It was one of more than 450 entries in the association publications contest.
“We are extremely pleased to be considered one of the country’s top association publications,” said Communications Director Krysten Pyles. “We have worked diligently to improve The Observer, and it is a great honor to be recognized alongside so many respected state and national associations.”
On Wednesday, Sept. 28, OVMA kicked off its fall continuing education program with the Sales & Use Tax Workshop. The course was designed to familiarize attendees with the new parameters of Ohio use tax enforcement, responsibility and amnesty.
A total of 77 veterinarians and staff members participated in the workshop. Attendees gave positive feedback on the course and presenter Justin Mohler of Watson & Associates, Inc., rating the workshop an average of 4.76 out of 5.
As a follow-up to the course, OVMA is working with the firm on a sales and use tax guidance document. The manual is currently in development. Check back to the OVMA site often for updates on an expected completion date. In the interim, members may direct their tax-related questions to the OVMA at 800.662.6862 or email@example.com.
Beginning in October, the Ohio Department of Taxation will commence a legislative-mandated use tax amnesty program for Ohio businesses. Use tax is part of sales tax law and must be paid by consumers, including businesses when sales tax was never collected by the seller on a taxable purchase. Most are unaware of use tax liabilities and hence the upcoming amnesty opportunity.
The Midwest Veterinary Conference invites abstracts for posters to be exhibited during its annual conference in Columbus, Ohio, to be held Feb. 23 to 26, 2012. All veterinarians, shelter medicine graduate students (present and former), and veterinary students interested in presenting current, relevant, and exciting information regarding shelter medicine are encouraged to participate.
The OVMA invites all Fair-goers to stop by the Veterinary Education & Birthing Center, located in the Wick Pavilion at the Ohio State Fair.
OVMA members and students will be on site to answer questions, and live demonstrations will be taking place Wednesday through Sunday at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Visitors will even have a chance to witness a live birth.
Dr. Yardley of the Feeder Creek Veterinary Clinic will be tweeting live at the fair and posting pictures of the animals. Follow Feeder Creek on Twitter and stay tuned to the OVMA Twitter feed as well for updates.
The fair runs through Sunday, Aug. 7. For more details, visit the Ohio State Fair website.
The initiative, approved by the OVMA Board of Directors at its June meeting, will set aside $5 from every Midwest Veterinary Conference registration for the next five years into a fund to support veterinary and technician student scholarships and programs.
The OVMA estimates that this program will raise $17,500 in revenue each year, for a total nearing $90,000 over the five-year period.
If you have signed up for this year’s Legislative Day on May 11 but did not receive a confirmation, please contact Government Relations Director Michelle Holdgreve at 800.662.6862 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have not yet signed up for Legislative Day, please fill out the online registration form or contact Michelle Holdgreve by April 30 to sign up for the event.
The 5th annual OVMA Legislative Day will take place on May 11, 2011, from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hyatt on Capitol Square (75 E. State St.) in Columbus. All OVMA members are encouraged to attend this free event.
For students studying veterinary medicine, the best way to learn is by firsthand experience. In an effort to encourage students who want to take their education to the next level, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association will provide a total of $10,000 in matching grant funds to veterinarians willing to introduce students to food animal medicine.
COLUMBUS, OHIO — MARCH 15, 2011 — Columbus veterinarian Linda Lord was recently elected to the position of President of the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA). At an awards ceremony at OVMA’s annual Midwest Veterinary Conference in late February, Dr. Lord formally accepted the position from the previous president, Dr. Jason Johnston of Troy.