The following vendors are participating in the Holiday Boutique:
Connie Worthington with Mary Kay
Flagler Health Care Foundation
Chris Man and Lidia Vickery with Juice Plus
Dana Baugher with Thirty-One Gifts
Priscilla Gulliver, Massage Therapist
The Woman's Exchange
Katie Lay with Pampered Chef
Susan Timmons with Initial Outfitters
Atlantic Beach & Tennis Club
Nails by Aaron
The Fudge Lady
Joy's International Foods, Inc. - The Joy of Garlic
Nancy Murray, Young Adult – Juvenile Author
Hurricane Hot Sauce
Crystal Rock Creations
Zoe Tie Dyes by Ronna Henderson
Janet Zilles, Tastefully Simple
Chance Drawing Tickets are available for the following three items:
"Best Friends Basket" Cat and Dog Gift Basket
"Spa Basket" Spa and Pampering Items
"Macho Male Basket" A Gift Basket Created Just For Men
Tickets cost $1.00 each or 6 tickets for $5.00. To purchase chance drawing tickets, contact Ainsley Warmuth at 904-635-7029. You do not need to be present to win!
Tickets will also be available for purchase at the Holiday Boutique on November 21.
Macho Male Gift Basket Coleman Mini Fan, Shaving Kit, Playing Cards,
Wall Calendar, Golf Balls, Yo Yo, Cans of Soda & Water, Igloo Rolling Cooler, Portable Propane Barbeque Grill
Best Friends Gift Basket
Sock Monkey Dog Bed, Sock Monkey Dog Toy, Crystal’s Canine Cake Mix, Lambs Meal Brown Rice Formula Dog Food, Cat Collar, Variety of Cat and Dog Toys, Natural Balance Cat Food, Cat Feeding Dish, “Thank you for taking care of my cat” Note Cards and Envelopes, Dog Scarf, Chantilly Lane® Collection Musical Plush Toy; 12" Trouble the puppy is BUSTED! With a bow on his head, ribbon in his mouth and a string of lights from the Christmas tree, looks like Trouble has some explaining to do! Tail wags, lights flash, head sways & mouth moves while singing, "I'm Gettin' Nuttin' for Christmas".
The SMA Alliance began in 1924 as a volunteer organization of physician spouses supporting the Family of Medicine. Today, the Alliance covers 16 Southern states and the District of Columbia, and its members educate communities about health-related issues, encourage students to become future physicians, preserve medical history and achievements, and raise funds for student/resident scholarships and grants. SMAA also continues to provide networking and support uniquely tailored to physicians and physician spouses.
For information about the SMA Alliance, visit their website at http://sma.org/sma-alliance/
Applications are due Friday, March 23, 2012
St. Johns County Medical Alliance Receives Awards at the 2011 Florida Medical Association Alliance Annual Meeting
The St. Johns County Medical Alliance received four Awards of Excellence and two Awards of Recognition at the 2011 Florida Medical Association Alliance Annual Awards Luncheon in Orlando on July 30.
Awards of Excellence:
*First Place Community Service: Best Adult Oriented Program; Doctors’ Day
*Second Place County Fund Raiser: Holiday Wonderland Boutique
*Second Place Community Service: Best Youth Oriented Program; "It's Silly to Bully: Band Together to Stop Cyber Bullying - It's not always easy to bounce back."
*Second Place Membership Development
Awards of Recognition:
*County Alliance Newsletter
*Best Health Grant Project: "It's Silly to Bully: Band Together to Stop Cyber Bullying - It's not always easy to bounce back."
SJCMA Delegates Stella Brown, Jeani Taliaferro, and Ainsley Warmuth attend Florida Medical Association Alliance Annual Meeting in Orlando
For over 80 years, the FMA Alliance has supported Florida patients, physicians, and their families. The organization represent physician spouses who advance health-related endeavors and engage in legislative advocacy. For more information about the FMA Alliance, go to http://www.fmaalliance.org/
The St. Johns County Medical Alliance recently awarded academic scholarships to three graduating St. Johns County high school seniors pursuing an education in medicine.
Three $1,000 scholarships were awarded to the following students:
Emma Domingoes, from Nease High School, will study pre-medicine at Davidson College in Davidson, N.C.
Hunter Green, from St. Augustine High School, will study pre-medicine at Samford University in Birmingham, AL.
Jacob Sambursky, from Creekside High School, will study pre-medicine at the University of Central Florida
Each year, the St. Johns County Medical Alliance, in conjunction with the St. Johns County Medical Society, offers academic scholarships to graduating St. Johns County high school seniors pursuing an education in pre-medicine, nursing, or allied health. Scholarship applicants are evaluated on academic ability, school involvement, and community service.
Medical Alliance provides donations to Good Samaritan Health Center Wildflower Clinic of St. Augustine.
Parents directly influence their pre-teen and teenager’s lifestyle. To help educate both parents and children on the dangers of substance abuse, the FMA Alliance offers the Know All You Can Cards. Its purpose is to offer the reasons why teens say they use, identify signs of use, and expose common slang terms.
Know All You Can Cards - Co-Branded
You have the opportunity to place your organizations logo on the Know All You Can cards as a means of co-branding with the FMA Alliance. Co-branded cards also feature a Spanish option.
The FMA Alliance created the Medi-File card for patients who take one or more medications. This card is a helpful tool and reference guide that can be kept in one’s wallet at all times. In case of an emergency, and for routine medical appointments, this card can be an important and even lifesaving reference for ongoing or immediate treatment.