2017-Speare-Golf-Classic-78 Thank you to the Sponsors, Donors and Golfers who supported the 2017 Speare Golf Classic
Posted on July 5th, 2017 by Speare Memorial Hospital

Thank you to the Sponsors, Donors and Golfers who supported the 2017 Speare Golf Classic

final-golf-ad-thank-you Thank you to the Sponsors, Donors and Golfers who supported the 2017 Speare Golf Classic

Click on the thumbnails below to see the full-sized photos from the 2017 Speare Golf Classic.

The Speare Memorial Hospital Dental Health Program works in collaboration with School Administrative Unit 48, the Ashland, Lin-Wood and Warren School Districts, Plymouth Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, Plymouth OB/GYN, and the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program. Services include free dental screenings and fluoride varnish applications. Dental cleanings and sealants are offered to school-age children on a sliding fee scale and to at-risk pregnant women and the homeless. However, no one is denied service because of inability to pay. Children who are in pain from decay and infection are referred for restorative care. Case management and financial counseling/assistance are also provided.

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