The International Micropigmentation Association (IMA) is the International division of the American Academy of Micropigmentation and is located at www.micropigmentation.net This division has created numerous international exams and certification to assist other countries with the devlopment of micropigmenation.
Charles Zwerling, MD has completed the publication of Micropigmentation: Millennium, the latest textbook on micropigmentation. With fellow co-authors, Linda Dixon, MD, Frank Christensen, MD, and Norman Goldstein, MD, the textbook will be the most comprehensive publication on this subject. The new textbook will be released at the AAM XPO in Orlando, Florida on June 11, 2011.
Goldsboro Eye Clinic
Welcome to Goldsboro Eye Clinic www.goldsboroeye.com Goldsboro Eye Clinic The clinic is a multi-function clinic delivering medical and surgical services in Ophthalmology. We have advanced diagnostic computers, micro-surgical instrumentation, and two ophthalmic lasers. A patient can have a complete work-up done in one day instead of the customary two to three weeks. The clinic offers approved office-based surgery and a wide range of diagnostic testing, as an alternative to the more costly hospital fees. Consultation and second opinions are offered as a service to our patients as well as flexible scheduling with night and weekend appointments. In addition to being a medical and surgical eye clinic, the office offers a complete optical department for glasses and contact lenses. Glasses are made on site with state of the art computer surfacing and edging equipment. Glasses and contacts can often be dispensed in less than one hour.
The Heritage Dance Foundation is a 501 (C)  organization that seeks to promote the international sport of partnership dancing through encouraging opportunities for dance education, cultivating excellence within the sport and elevating overall standards for a superior competitive environment.
Charles Zwerling M.D., dance studio owner, former competitive amateur and professional dancer conceived The Heritage Dance Foundation, after seeking a need for further information and education about ballroom dancing throughout the United States.
Over the past years the Heritage Dance Foundation has developed and maintained many worthwhile projects, including: 1.The Junior Dance Foundation assisting youth in ballroom, 2.The United States Dance Congress annual event and seminar 3.Publication of the national bi-weekly newsletter, DanceWeek.
4. The publication of Ability, The Ballroom Dance Journal, 5.Establishment of amateur and professional dance scholarships 6.Serving on the board of directors of the National Dance Council of America 7. Assisting Competition Organizers for tax deductible scholarship events 8. Acme Theatre project 9. Producer of "Remember the Paramount" & "Broadway at Paramount" 2007-2008 10. Producer of television series "A Time to Dance" 2009-2011 11. Producer of "Dancing Stars of Wayne County" 2011 12. Creation of Dancing Stars of North Carolina
Charles S. Zwerling, MD Chairman of the Board Heritage Dance Foundation 107 South Center Street Goldsboro, NC phone 919-736-3500 e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Heritage Dance Foundation created in 2011 a special committee, The Dancing Stars of North Carolina to develop and operate the Dancing Stars of Wayne County (DSWC). All financial proceeds from the DSWC event and products flow directly to the Wayne Education Network. The Dancing Stars of North Carolina will also develop similar projects in other counties throughout North Carolina to create simialr non profit fundraising ventures. Net profits from these services and products will also be directed to the Wayne Education Network. The special committe will consist of board members of the Heriatge Dance Foundation, Wayne Chamber of Commerce, educators, community leaders, and members of the performing arts.
The Wayne Education Network is a county-wide initiative created in 2009 to improve the quality of life and economic prosperity in Goldsboro and Wayne County through programs and partnerships to enhance the educational and training opportunities available to students of all ages. Our Partners include Wayne County Chamber of Commerce Wayne Charitable Partnership, Inc., Wayne County Public Schools, City of Goldsboro, County of Wayne, Wayne Community College, Partnership for Children of Wayne County, Inc., Mount Olive College, Wayne County Public Library, Wayne County Development Alliance, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. The Wayne Education Network is a program of the Wayne Charitable Partnership, Inc. and is located at 308 N. William Street, Goldsboro, NC 27530.
The Dancing Stars of North Carolina as part of the Heritage Dance Foundation created the Dancing Stars of Wayne County to provide funds to support various Wayne Education Network projects including Scholarships for perspective teachers and other Wayne County students, 7th Grade Career Fair, Jr. Leadership Program; Teacher Recruitment & Retention events, Teacher Mini-Grants, and other education programs as needs arise; To raise awareness in the community of availability of social dance opportunities; and To provide an annual gala event that is fun and entertaining.
Thirsty Fish Marina is a private facility reserved for boat slip renters and their guests. The marina was developed by Charles and Melissa Zwerling of Goldsboro, North Carolina. Thirsty Fish Marina is a division of Thirtsy Fish Enterprises, Inc. which has other divisions in the field of commercial fishing, boat tours, and off shore deep sea fishing. The marina consists of 8 boat slips with electric lifts as well as storage buildings for the renters. Electricity and water utilities are available on site. The marina is located at 1104 Salter Path Road, Salter Path, NC 28575.
Charles Zwerling is a USCG licensed Master Captain since July 2009 and member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary. He is also a NC licensed commercial fisherman with a 30 foot HydraSport vessel available for hire for off shore deep sea fishing. USCG Master Captain Zwerling In addition to his 40 year sea experience, he is also a licensed instrumented rated, commercial pilot with multi-engine and instructor ratings.
The Salter Path Foundation, Inc promotes maritime environmental education, research, conservation, and the appreciation of the history of the Village of Salter Path, NC. The foundation is developing the old scallop house as its FUTURE home and eventual site for the Salter Path Museum. We have developed this organization to perserve the heritage, memories and historical information of Salter Path, North Carolina.
The Board of Directors:
Charles S. Zwerling, MD Chairman of Board
President Douglas Guthrie Salter Path, North Carolina