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Dental Hygiene Students, Instructor Return From Nicaragua

From left are Ann Marie Prosser, Nadena M. Nykaza, Rhonda J. Seebold and Lauren Whitcraft The Penn College contingent gathers with faculty and staff from La Escuelita Three students Ann Marie Prosser, of Elizabethtown; Lauren Whitcraft, of Mountville; and Nadena M. Nykaza, of Jermyn and one faculty member, Rhonda J. Seebold, spent a week (Feb. 20-27) in Managua, Nicaragua, working with students and parents of La Escuelita to educate them on proper dental hygiene and to perform basic dental care. Photos of the trip, during which the students tended to 112 children, were provided by Prosser and Seebold.

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