BlumShapiro Volunteers Serve as Junior Achievement Teachers For six years, including four consecutive years at Webster Hill School, BlumShapiro volunteers have taught hundreds of West Hartford elementary school students about work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy as part of Junior Achievement’s “JA in a Day” program. This year, 17 BlumShapiro volunteers taught more than 200 students in 10 classes in grades 3-5 at Webster Hill School. BlumShapiro Senior Consultant David Hale (foreground) and BlumShapiro Partner Andrew Lattimer (background) teach Webster Hill School students financial life skills at a recent JA in a Day, a program using Junior Achievement curricula. Submit Your Snapshots! We’re looking for your snapshots of interest to the general Society membership. Items submitted should relate to Connecticut’s professional accounting community and will be included as space allows and at the discretion of the editor. Please send your submissions to Managing Editor Kirsten Piechota at Healthcare Conference Presented by HFMA and CTCPA Wednesday, September 18, 2013 • CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill • Express Code: HCARC Sessions (CPE: 8): • A&A Update for Healthcare Providers • Revenue Cycle Audits in the Era of • Regulatory Update Including 501R • Current Developments in Healthcare Taxation • Connecticut’s Healthcare Exchange • The Affordable Care Act Healthcare Reform to register? u and enter express code “HCARC.” Go to Connecticut CPA July/August 2013 29 g