It is time once again to elect those who will represent YOU in your professional organization.  

The district will be electing a Vice President, Secretary, 2 Directors and 5 members for the Committee on Nominations.  The slate appears in the newsletter and voting will take place at the March 14 District Meeting.  Write-in candidates can be accepted with the consent of the nominee, and absentee ballots may be requested from the District Office.


Our member nurses come from various places of employment in many areas of practice – staff nurse, public health nurse, educator, and administrator to name a few. The educational background of our membership is just as diverse, ranging from two year diploma preparation to PhD in Nursing and other areas. All of us come together in collegiality to work for advancement of the profession and to serve the healthcare needs of the public.

SPDONA comes with great benefits for you. Membership in SPDONA connects you with local nurses and provides unique opportunities for you to advance your career, gain knowledge that will improve patient care and influence decisions that impact nurses at the local and state level.



SPDONA Participates in the Body & Beyond Community Health Fair

 Standing:  Earl Blackstone, Darren Stevenson, Johanna Edwards, Nancy McManus Seated:  Jeni Huth, Carol Korman

Summit and Portage District is scheduled to participate in NEOMED Body & Beyond Health Fair.  This year’s event is Saturday, March 17 from 9:30 to 2:00 at NEOMED in Rootstown.  If you would like to help an hour or two by reading blood pressures, contact the office spdona@juno.com with your name, contact information and available times.  Follow up contact will be made to confirm.