‘Thank You’ for supporting our troops | Letter

Redmond Signature Dentistry would like to extend a big “Thank You” to our community for their generous support of our troops. Together we collected an incredible 350 pounds of candy in our Halloween Candy Buy Back event. All the candy has been shipped overseas to our soldiers. This is a heartfelt gesture of appreciation from our community to the dedicated men and women in uniform. The event was such a success we plan on participating in the Halloween Candy Buy Back again next year.

We enjoy giving back to our community here at home too. Last Christmas, we provided gifts and food for 10 of our neighbors and families during the holidays. It was such a rewarding experience, we plan to do it again this year. Write us and tell us about a family who could use a little extra help during the upcoming holidays a Redmond Signature Dentistry will choose families to sponsor. For more information, visit us on Facebook or give our office a call. All of us at Redmond Signature Dentistry would like to wish all of our neighbors a wonderful holiday season.

Rachael Fluhrer, business manager

Dr. Anthony McLaughlin, Dr. Jeffrey Stonebraker and Dr. Shreya Jumani

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