Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Dental Mission

Stephanie W. assists a dentist
in the Dominican Republic
March 2016
(photo from Facebook)
My great-niece, Stephanie will be finishing her studies as a Dental Assistant and graduating in three weeks, and I'm very proud of her.

Stephanie is currently working for a dentist in Nebraska but recently had an opportunity to go on a  week-long dental mission to the Dominican Republic. She jumped at the chance, and I'm glad she did: the experience she gained and opportunity to help others will be something she will never forget.

Here's what Stephanie had to say about the mission, "It was an amazing experience that I will never forget. Met some really nice people, I would like to go back sometime soon."
Stephanie W.  (by window) assists a dentist
in the Dominican Republic
March 2016
(photo from Facebook)
Congratulations, Steph! Your future will be filled with many opportunities, and you will help many people in your chosen profession.

13 comments:

  1. What a wonderful thing for her to do.

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  2. What a blessing this mission must have been to the people receiving the treatment and those giving it.

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  3. Much to be proud of! I have a friend (a nurse) who just returned from El Salvador medical mission trip. There is such a need for this kind of mission work.

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  4. What a wonderful way to use her talents!! Way to go Steph!! :)

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  5. How wonderful for her to be able to go and help! You're right - something she will never forget - and hopefully will be able to repeat. Congratulations to Stephanie!

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  6. Very nice. I can see why you're proud of her.

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  7. Brava Stephanie! I know how proud you must be of her Nancy. Being willing to give to others is a beautiful trait.

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  8. Congratulations, Stephanie. My dentist does mission work in Guatemala every year.

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  9. No wonder you're proud! She sounds like an impressive young woman!

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  10. My dentist helps with cares instate for those who have no insurance and need dental care. Hooray for Stephanie, volunteering is the spirit of American!

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  11. What an awesome experience for her!

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  12. Great for her and for the folks who get dental work done. You should be proud of her.

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  13. What an incredible opportunity for her! It's nice to see young folks expanding their horizons through experiences such as these in their chosen fields. She sounds like a wonderful young woman with a bright future ahead of her. She's blessed to have you in her corner as her support system.

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