On May 3, Tabasamu celebrated its 10th year anniversary with a wonderful celebration at the extraordinary Soultree Barn in Pipersville, PA. Thanks to an enthusiastic and creative event committee, led by: Marie Noel Mongine, Jay Wholley, Lisa Berkeley , David Phillips , Janice and Mark Waldman , Maria Hazen-Lewis and Michael Lewis, Trey Wilson and Tim Hall, the event was a wild success. With over 200 attendees, the celebration featured Haitian superstar Emeline Michel and Band, and the food was provided by Hugh Mangum of Mighty Quinns and Marti Lieberman of Mac Mart Cart. Tabasamu owes a tremendous amount of thanks to all who made it happen.
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Tabasamu, which means “smile” in Swahili, is a dental outreach project that was founded by Dr. Edward (Trey) Wilson in 2004. Its mission is to provide free dental education and preventative dental care to underserved communities in developing countries. Tabasamu also provides an international outreach opportunity for volunteers who are interested in learning about other cultures and donating their time, energy and goodwill to others. Read more...
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