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President's Column

Dear Academy, Writing this aboard a cruise ship - doing CE, I worry I travel more than I thought.

It was a record breaking meeting last month - 205 attendees. This month Dr. Seim will be speaking on surgery. I am sure we are all looking forward to this. We have exhibitors present, so please remember to visit with them as they do help lower our annual dues.

This meeting also includes our annual meeting - so no rushing to select your lunch this month. We have a slate of volunteers for all open positions but I encourage anyone who wishes to serve to please see Larry Koffer.

In an effort for environmental friendliness we will be moving to electronic communication of meeting notes (all of which are on the website) - for those who still need/want a paper copy we will be offering a purchase option of this.

Looking forward to seeing you in a short time.


Kathryn Stoltzfus


May 9, 2018

Howard Seim, III, DVM, DACVS
Colorado State University

  • Intestinal Anastomosis
  • Anal Sacculectomy
  • Surgical Management of GDV
  • Feline Perineal Urethostomy
  • Canine Urethral Surgery

Program Co-Chairs: Ted Robinson and Paula Colletti

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Bagels/Danish Coffee/Tea in the morning

Lunch: soup & a variety of sandwiches (for Vegetarians: vegetarian wraps and vegetarian lasagna), chips, soft drinks, ice cream treats in the exhibit hall.  

NOTE: At the request of many members, we are reducing the number of sandwiches/wraps and increasing the quantity of the hot, vegetarian entrée.  While we make this transition and learn what is the appropriate amount of each offering, please try and save some of the offerings for those at the back of the line.

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Remember: Delaware Valley Academy seminars are open to technicians.
The fee for technicians affiliated with members is $30 per seminar. No preregistration is necessary. The fee for technicians not affiliated with members is $40 and technician students enrolled in accredited vet technology programs can attend for free.


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