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November 4, 2012

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NORMAN —

Mother of the Year

American Mothers, Inc., a national nonprofit organization honoring mothers across the country, is currently seeking nominations for their annual awards, including 2013 Mother of the Year, Young Mother of the Year and Mother of Achievement. The deadline for Oklahoma nominations is Nov. 15.

To qualify for the National Mother of the Year award, at least one of the nominee’s children must be over the age of 18. To qualify for the Young Mother of the Year award, all of the nominee’s children must be under the age of 18. The Mother of Achievement award recognizes those outstanding women whose positive influence, talents and community service have made a significant impact in the lives of children and families. To nominate an inspirational mother, visit www.americanmothers.org.

Dynamic Dental office

Dynamic Dental Studio announced recently the opening of a new location at 3000 SW 104th Street, Suite No. 5 in Oklahoma City. Dynamic Dental was opened and is operated by Dr. Vinh Vu, D.D.S. Vu is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and College of Dentistry from the University of Oklahoma. Becky Stokes serves as Treatment Coordinator and Marisol Garcia is Dental Assistant. The practice provides general dentistry and variety of other dental procedures/specialties for age’s toddlers to geriatrics.

—Transcript Staff

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