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CCCC Dental and Medical Assisting Programs are partnering with Dr. Raymond J. Tseng, DDS, PhD, Southern Smiles Pediatric Dentistry, Chair, Children’s Dental Health Programs, NC Dental Society and Adj. Asst Professor, Pediatric Dentistry, as well as UNC Chapel Hill School of Dentistry, NC State University, Methodist University and UNC Chapel Hill.
This Lee, Harnett and Chatham County Give Kids A Smile event will provide FREE dental & health services for Uninsured Children ages 1-13. Harnett and Lee county dentists,pediatric dentists, registered dental hygienists and students will offer:
Nutrition and Oral Hygiene
Educational programs, Games, Prizes, Lunch & Fun for Parents and Children!
NEW FOR 2015 – For children with cavities or treatment needs, local Lee and Harnett County dentists and pediatric dentists will be available to help arrange times to complete dental treatment at low or no cost. Children MUST participate in this event to be eligible.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AND EASY! Space is limited!
Event Date and Time: Saturday, February 28, 2015, 9:00 am-3:00 pm
Central Carolina Community College Dental Building
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Morning ESL students did a wonderful job this morning! Heather’s class read poems that represent the holiday season. Jisselle’s class sang Christmas Carols and made a presentation about holiday traditions in their own countries. Julia’s class shared a video of the play they made about the folk tale, The Gingerbread Man. What a great way to end the year!
Have a Wonderful Holiday!
Evening students did LOTS of Christmas caroling and read beautiful poems. Way to go, guys! :)