Just for Kids Preforms Free Educational Clinic

By KBJR News 1

February 7, 2013 Updated Feb 7, 2013 at 3:27 PM CST

Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com)-- Just for Kids Dental gave an education clinic at Bay View Elementary Wednesday, helping 2nd and 3rd graders learn the importance of proper dental care.

The clinic opened with a dance and led to games that taught proper brushing and flossing.

The children received goodie bags with products to prolong their dental health.

John Engleking, superintendent of the Proctor school district says the event stresses the importance of exposing children to good dental care.

"For our kids to have access to good hygiene and dental care early on is just a positive step in helping them be healthier at school," said Engleking.

Just for Kids plans on performing 30 clinics in the Minnesota area and reaching a total of 10,000 kids.

They will be hosting educational clinics as well as dental care clinics where they will provide free sealants.

Written for the web by: Gabrielle Ware

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