County Commissioners present ChesPenn Dental with $25K check


Chester County Commissioners’ Chair Terence Farrell, Commissioner Michelle Kichline, Commissioner Kathi Cozzone and ChesPenn Community Dental Development and Marketing Director Tamara Fox. (Front row) Alicia Acevedo, Shyanne Gregor, Jeremiah Burson, Marion Kamara and Cyan Campbell-Jones, all students at East Fallowfield Elementary School.

COATESVILLE — The Chester County Commissioners presented ChesPenn Community Dental with a check for $25,000 during a recent visit to the organization’s offices.

The check was part of the county’s annual appropriations to organizations and non-profits throughout the county. The presentation was made following one of ChesPenn Community Dental’s regular education and sealant programs for elementary school children.

ChesPenn Community Dental provides dental care, education, screenings and sealant applications to more than 6,000 patients every year at its offices in Coatesville and at locations throughout Chester County.   The organization’s aim is to ensure that no man, woman or child living in Chester County will suffer from untreated dental disease.

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  1. GC1 says:

    Actually the children are students at East Fallowfield Elementary School.

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