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PHOTOS: Dental Wellness Fair

  • Mathieu McNamara, 7, answers a question while participating in the dental fair put on by NHTI dental hygiene students for the second year in a row at the Concord Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday, February 19, 2013. Students set up several activity stations focused on bringing awareness to the importance of dental hygiene along with an awareness to the low-rate dental services offered at NHTI to low-income families. The junior program, which on average has around 75 kids in the program from first to fourth grade, split up in to several groups on Tuesday to participate in the learning activities. NHTI's dental hygiene clinic is only open during the academic year, from September until April.<br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    Mathieu McNamara, 7, answers a question while participating in the dental fair put on by NHTI dental hygiene students for the second year in a row at the Concord Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday, February 19, 2013. Students set up several activity stations focused on bringing awareness to the importance of dental hygiene along with an awareness to the low-rate dental services offered at NHTI to low-income families. The junior program, which on average has around 75 kids in the program from first to fourth grade, split up in to several groups on Tuesday to participate in the learning activities. NHTI's dental hygiene clinic is only open during the academic year, from September until April.
    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

  • Jessica Blanchette, a senior in the dental hygiene program at NHTI, demonstrates the proper way to brush teeth in an activity put on by the program during the second annual dental fair at the Concord Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday, February 19, 2013. Students set up several activity stations focused on bringing awareness to the importance of dental hygiene along with an awareness to the low-rate dental services offered at NHTI to low-income families. The junior program, which on average has around 75 kids in the program from first to fourth grade, split up in to several groups on Tuesday to participate in the learning activities. NHTI's dental hygiene clinic is only open during the academic year, from September until April.<br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    Jessica Blanchette, a senior in the dental hygiene program at NHTI, demonstrates the proper way to brush teeth in an activity put on by the program during the second annual dental fair at the Concord Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday, February 19, 2013. Students set up several activity stations focused on bringing awareness to the importance of dental hygiene along with an awareness to the low-rate dental services offered at NHTI to low-income families. The junior program, which on average has around 75 kids in the program from first to fourth grade, split up in to several groups on Tuesday to participate in the learning activities. NHTI's dental hygiene clinic is only open during the academic year, from September until April.
    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

  • Jenny White, a senior in the dental hygiene program at NHTI, walked the gym dressed as the Tooth Fairy during the second annual dental fair at the Concord Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday, February 19, 2013. Students set up several activity stations focused on bringing awareness to the importance of dental hygiene along with an awareness to the low-rate dental services offered at NHTI to low-income families. The junior program, which on average has around 75 kids in the program from first to fourth grade, split up in to several groups on Tuesday to participate in the learning activities. NHTI's dental hygiene clinic is only open during the academic year, from September until April.<br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    Jenny White, a senior in the dental hygiene program at NHTI, walked the gym dressed as the Tooth Fairy during the second annual dental fair at the Concord Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday, February 19, 2013. Students set up several activity stations focused on bringing awareness to the importance of dental hygiene along with an awareness to the low-rate dental services offered at NHTI to low-income families. The junior program, which on average has around 75 kids in the program from first to fourth grade, split up in to several groups on Tuesday to participate in the learning activities. NHTI's dental hygiene clinic is only open during the academic year, from September until April.
    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

  • Mathieu McNamara, 7, answers a question while participating in the dental fair put on by NHTI dental hygiene students for the second year in a row at the Concord Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday, February 19, 2013. Students set up several activity stations focused on bringing awareness to the importance of dental hygiene along with an awareness to the low-rate dental services offered at NHTI to low-income families. The junior program, which on average has around 75 kids in the program from first to fourth grade, split up in to several groups on Tuesday to participate in the learning activities. NHTI's dental hygiene clinic is only open during the academic year, from September until April.<br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)
  • Jessica Blanchette, a senior in the dental hygiene program at NHTI, demonstrates the proper way to brush teeth in an activity put on by the program during the second annual dental fair at the Concord Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday, February 19, 2013. Students set up several activity stations focused on bringing awareness to the importance of dental hygiene along with an awareness to the low-rate dental services offered at NHTI to low-income families. The junior program, which on average has around 75 kids in the program from first to fourth grade, split up in to several groups on Tuesday to participate in the learning activities. NHTI's dental hygiene clinic is only open during the academic year, from September until April.<br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)
  • Jenny White, a senior in the dental hygiene program at NHTI, walked the gym dressed as the Tooth Fairy during the second annual dental fair at the Concord Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday, February 19, 2013. Students set up several activity stations focused on bringing awareness to the importance of dental hygiene along with an awareness to the low-rate dental services offered at NHTI to low-income families. The junior program, which on average has around 75 kids in the program from first to fourth grade, split up in to several groups on Tuesday to participate in the learning activities. NHTI's dental hygiene clinic is only open during the academic year, from September until April.<br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

The Concord Boys and Girls Club hosted their 2nd annual Dental Wellness Fair yesterday. Students in NHTI’s dental hygiene program set up several activity stations focused on bringing awareness to the importance of dental hygiene and spreading the word about NHTI’s dental services offered to low-income families.

Legacy Comments1

What a great community service! NHTI is one of Concord's greatest assets.

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