Dr Kevin Poupore Aug 2017.


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We’ve enjoyed our new office for a little over two months now, and it’s been wonderful. The additional space is worth the months of construction, and things have been going great since our grand opening celebration.

proud to know this new addition isn’t just allowing for more room and technology to treat my patients — it also helps to revitalize the area. I love Malone and don’t plan to step back anytime soon, which can surprise some people.

On the day of the opening, I ran over to Yando’s to grab more ice, when a woman came up and asked me, “Who did you sell your practice to?” This was certainly news to me! When I told her I hadn’t sold the practice, she asked, “Well, who’s doing all the work at the office?”

“I am.”

Ribbon-cutting ceremony

Malone has amazing artists!

I want to thank everyone who joined us that Saturday in June. We didn’t get an exact attendance count, but we did go through 180 free hot dogs, so I’d say we saw at least 200 people throughout the day. It was pretty crazy, but everything flowed beautifully, thanks to my team who all jumped in to lend a hand. We were joined by the local radio station; Gary Yando, my very first patient; Mayor Joe Riccio; Town Supervisor Howard Maneely; village trustees; and the Chamber of Commerce, who provided the ribbon and giant scissors for our ribbon-cutting ceremony. Chamber executive director Susan Levitre acted as our ceremony MC and introduced the various speakers, including Mayor Riccio, who gave an official proclamation.

“You? You have gray hair. What are you doing renovating your office?”

Well, she’s not wrong, but I’ve never seen age as a reason to step back from my practice. There’s a quote I like from Zig Ziglar, which I shared at the opening, and I want to share it with you all now: “I’m not gonna give up, shut up, or let up, until I’m taken up … As a matter of fact, I’m just getting warmed up!”

The finished product!

It’s not everyday a dentist’s office is treated to such pomp and circumstance, but we’re located right on Main Street, so it’s no wonder everyone feels a little invested in our building. People were very impressed with the quality of the workmanship and how the building turned out. The building completely changed the look of Main Street for the better. I’m

This process wasn’t easy, but it’s sure been fun! I really am just getting warmed up, and I’m excited to see what we’ll do next.

Thank you again to the local artists who let us hang their work inside the new building; to the fellow business who donated prizes for us to give away, including Yando’s and Arnold’s Lumber; to Holy Family School for lending us the tables and chairs; and to all my patients who came out in support of the opening. It was an amazing success, and I look forward to seeing you all again in our new building for years to come. – Dr. Kevin Poupore

Jennifer Parkinson, Amy Beach, and Michelle Marlow all thank Barb Gokey for cleaning the construction mess each week!

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