Our Spring Fling 2019  May 17-19, 2019.

The spring education will be held on May 17-19, 2019 at the Ocean Creek Resort. The resort is located at 10600 N Kings Hwy. ,N Myrtle Beach 29572. We begin with a meet and greet Friday night beginning at 6:30 pm. There is a $10 charge for the meet and greet per person to help offset cost of food and beverages .

Saturday registration begins at 7 am with the meeting beginning promptly at  8  am. These hours include four ABO spectacle hours and one NCLE hour also there will be four ABO apprentice hours coinciding with our spectacle hours. 

We offer a two hour lensometry class beginning at the end of the contact lens hour. Space is limited for this class to the first 10 members of our assoc.Please reserve your spot for this class as soon as possible. The cost is $75. to our members.

We conclude with our annual business meeting Sunday at 9 am. 

We offer a great deal by joining the association and you will receive free continuing education hours. With this membership you will also become a member of the OAA which is normally a $65 membership.  If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 843-795-7917.  We look forward to seeing you in Columbia.  Please plan to support our vendors, as they support us.

Ronnie Harbert

When making reservations please refer to :   SC Assoc, of Opticians     code  494334  cutoff date April 15,2019 for best rates

PS. The date for the exam prep class is April 27, 2019 at Columbia. The cost is $175. for this class and space is limited to the first 10 members. 

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