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Mobile Dental Clinic Celebrates Three Years

Posted: February 7, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Daniel Barnes, right, chairman of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkoma, talks Wednesday about the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile at Harp Elementary School in Springdale. The mobile dental unit is celebrating its third year and providing more than $1 million in dental care to students in Washington and Benton counties.

Ten smiling Harp Elementary School students held placards that spelled out $1 million.

Registered dental assistants Anna Robichau, Shawna Lindsey and Lindsay Davis, D.D.S. worked with students Wednesday inside Ronald McDonald Care Mobile at Owl Creek School in Fayetteville. Ronald McDonald Care Mobile is a 40 foot fully equipped dental clinic on wheels that travels to schools in Benton and Washington counties providing comprehensive dental care and educational services at no charge.

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Harp Elementary School students laugh while taking pictures Wednesday during a celebration of the Ronald McDonald House Chari... (By: Anthony Reyes)

At A Glance

Care Mobile Stops

The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile stops in 17 Northwest Arkansas schools.

-Seven in Springdale

-Five in Rogers

-Three in Fayetteville

-One in Lincoln

-One in Decatur

Source: Ronald McDonald House Charities Of Arkoma

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