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Crystal Charity Ball presents check

Southeast Oral Health Project will benefit from gift

On April 1 the Crystal Charity Ball Committee presented Texas A&M Health Science Center Baylor College of Dentistry and its community partners a big check representing the $500,000 the committee of community volunteers raised to benefit the Southeast Oral Health Project.

The project, which includes a new dental clinic in the Pleasant Grove community of Dallas, is designed to improve the oral health of the community's children with a comprehensive, four-pronged approach: screening, prevention, referrals and treatment.

 

Crystal Charity check presentation
 

Pictured (l-r): Debbie Oats, 2009 Crystal Charity Ball chairman;
Dr. Dan Jones, HSC-BCD chair of public health sciences;
Dr. K. Vendrell Rankin, HSC-BCD associate chair of public health
sciences; Paul Hoffmann, executive director of Community Dental
Care; Susan Mitchell Jackson, executive director of HSC-BCD
communications and institutional advancement; and Robert J.
Bigham Jr., president and treasurer of Baylor Oral Health Foundation.