Dentists lace up sneakers for more smiles
by TCT Staff
June 30, 2013 12:00 AM | 3143 views | 0 0 comments | 40 40 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The staff at the Woodstock Family Orthodontics office at 2054 Eagle Drive include, top row from left, Lindsey Cool, Michelle Bowen, Shawna McArthur, Jimmie Starrett, Lane MacLean, Angela Wingard, Sahara Locey, Rita Thompson, Stephanie Runyan and Cathy Russ. Bottom row from left are Pam Thompson, Dr. John Iaculli and Haley Wingfield. <br>Special to the Tribune
The staff at the Woodstock Family Orthodontics office at 2054 Eagle Drive include, top row from left, Lindsey Cool, Michelle Bowen, Shawna McArthur, Jimmie Starrett, Lane MacLean, Angela Wingard, Sahara Locey, Rita Thompson, Stephanie Runyan and Cathy Russ. Bottom row from left are Pam Thompson, Dr. John Iaculli and Haley Wingfield.
Special to the Tribune
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Family Orthodontics and Dentistry for Children, title sponsors of the 2013 on Woodstock Freedom Run July 4, are gearing up for the chance to change lives one smile at a time at this year’s race.

The 17th annual Woodstock Freedom Run will take place Thursday at 7:30 a.m. in downtown Woodstock. The race kicks off at Main Street and Arnold Mill Road.

More than 40 doctors and staff members from Woodstock Dentistry for Children and Woodstock Orthodontics and other area offices will be on hand to provide free orthodontic exams and giveaways.

At booths located at the race starting line and at The Park at City Center, participants can enter for a chance to win free braces and take home $750-off coupons and free whitening kits.

For the children, Luna the Tooth Fairy will be at the Tot Trot finish line to allow children the opportunity to run to the Tooth Fairy as they finish the race.

Children who visit the booth can receive complimentary autographed copies of “Luna and Lionel: The Night of the Tooth Fairy Trap.”

Patrons who schedule an appointment at the race will receive $1,000 off an orthodontic plan. Others can qualify for the $750-off special by starting treatment by Sept. 30.

The race is part of the day’s activities in Woodstock to celebrate July 4. A parade starts at 10 a.m. There will be activities downtown during the day and fireworks that night.

The Park at City Center will have food and live music by Steven Phillips and Midnight Express Band until 3 p.m. There will be children’s games, a cake walk, arts and crafts and vendors.

The celebration will conclude at dusk with fireworks behind the Target shopping center at Highway 92 and Interstate 575.

For more information on the race, go to www.woodstockfreedom

run.com.

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