Saturday, May 05, 2007

Parsons in Uganda

Away from the luxuries of compressed suction, air drills and running water, Dr. Eric Parsons and his daughter Naila travelled to the rural areas surrounding Kampala, Uganda in February. They were part of a charity movement extended through the Diocese of Rupertsland Anglican Church.
Make-shift clinics were set up in homes, churches and halls where people would line up and wait their turn to see the dentist. Most of the dental work was done from a chair where Parsons said he extracted about 200 teeth over the six days of clinic held during the trip.
That's my dad and my sister!

Nice to see family in the news, especially for doing good works. Well done, guys.

Read the rest here.

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