ASHTABULA — Young children for Positive Change facilitated a new instructional software titled, “Brush with Bree (the Rescue Rooster),” for a group of Michigan Major University kindergarten students.
The application is element of an ongoing hard work to boost and encourage dental hygiene, said Camille Licate, founder of Young ones for Beneficial Modify, who rescued Bree after he was utilized for an Easter basket and then dumped on the road.
The Healthier Smile Middle in Ashtabula donated 70 dental cleanliness kits, consisting of a children’s toothbrush and toothpaste.
The students, academics, Licate and kindergarten instructor, Rebecca Contenza, extended their appreciation to the Balanced Smile Heart, with thank you notes and images directed specially to Dentist John M. Hoza, who coordinated the assembly of the kid’s dental hygiene kits.
“Our Ashtabula Place Town University academics and community businesses carry on to amaze me with their generosity and deep caring for our younger folks,” Licate explained. “I’m smiling, being aware of instructors and the Nutritious Smile Center has created a beneficial variance for young children.”
The Healthful Smile Middle, 2010 W. 19th St., Ashtabula, presents Good quality Dental Strategy for households and people devoid of dental insurance policies.