United Tribes NewsLaid-back and looking cool
29 May 2012
HELPING HANDS:Seven-year-old Thomas Cartwright breezed through a dental visit March 28 in the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile. The clinic-on-wheels made a week-long stop at United Tribes bringing oral health services to youngsters on the campus. Thomas is a kindergarten student at Theodore Jamerson Elementary School and the son of Edward and Buffy Cartwright. His care was provided by Dr. Christy Peterson and Dental Assistant Lynn Babcock. The care mobile is owned by the Ronald McDonald House Charity of Bismarck and operates throughout western North Dakota providing free services for underserved children in their own neighborhoods. At UTTC, the services were valued at $19,000 for 32 patients. To the bright and happy smiles they helped perfect, we add our sincere appreciation and thanks to the care mobile team!
DENNIS J. NEUMANN <> United Tribes News
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