Howard Family Dental is offering its Free Dental Day event at their Pooler location on Friday, Nov. 17. Howard Family Dental holds this free day of service event every year on the Friday before Thanksgiving by as a way of giving back to the community. The first 200 people to arrive will get one free service of their choice. Those choices include cleanings, fillings or a tooth extraction. If you do not have insurance, you don’t need to worry because Friday’s service is free.
The line outside of Howard Family Dental at 5 a.m. Friday morning. Some even arrived at 6 p.m. Thursday evening and camped out overnight for the free service. (Source: WTOC)Howard Family Dental is holding its Free Day of Dentistry at their Pooler location on Friday, Nov. 17. Howard Family Dental holds this free day of service event every year on the Friday before Thanksgiving as a way of giving back to the community.
WTOC would like to give a big thank you to everyone who contributed to our Day of Giving Food Drive on Thursday. We now have a grand total - 6,792 pounds of food were donated during the all-day event. “Yea!!!!!! This is great!!! !,” emailed Mary Jane Crouch, Second Harvest. "This is 2,177 more pounds than last year - more than a ton more food. Thanks to everyone."
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