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communication with the OAG, please use your State License Number as
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The Opticians Association Of Georgia is a professional association that
represents opticians and contact lens technicians throughout the state.
The Association's primary mission is to maintain high standards of practice
within the profession to protect the health and welfare of the public.
The Association seeks to accomplish its mission by protecting and expanding
the ability of its members to compete in the prescription eyewear
In today's complex legislative and regulatory climate, professional
occupations have learned that their survival often depends on collective
action and unity of purpose. The Association speaks for Georgia
opticians and contact lens technicians with a single voice. The
membership and participation of all opticians provide the Association with a
voice that is strong enough to command respect in the halls of government.
The Association serves as a clearinghouse of information on a broad range
of subjects: legislative and regulatory issues, technical developments
within the industry, upcoming meetings and conferences, publications of
special interest to opticians and contact lens technicians, and the
activities of local sections. The Association's newsletter is
distributed free of charge to members in good standing.
Your OAG membership expires on 12/31/2013! Renew your
membership for 2014 by
Thanks to all that made
our Fall Meeting at St. Simons Island a BIG success!
Our Optician Of The Year,
Messages (download PDF or Adobe Reader Free Below)
Final Call in PDF format by clicking HERE.
On Professional Pride And Personal Responsibility, Spring 2K10,
in PDF format
(previous message, The Case for Raising the Bar, June 2K8, in PDF format, click
(previous message, Hope is not a plan, Spring 2K9, in PDF format, click here)
Where Do We Go From Here Winter 2K9 PDF format, click here)
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