Exceptional Smiles March 2019



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No, I’m Not Retiring

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Family Activities for St. Patrick’s Day

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Our Patients Say It Best

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How a Rabbit Changed Dentistry

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Leah’s Bad Dad Joke of the Month

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Beet, Mint, and Ricotta Hummus

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Touch the Skies at the IWASM

founded in 1931. Today the Ninety-Nines have over 5,000 members all over the world, with a mission of education, networking, mentorship, scholarship opportunities, and the preservation of women’s history in aviation. The IWASM exists to house this history and share it with the public. When you explore the gallery, you’ll discover stories of daring heroics, ambition, intelligence, and hope. Learn about the brave WASPs (Women Airforce Service Pilots) who flew in World War II and get to know some of the stellar female astronauts who have left our planet’s surface and walked among the stars. In addition to the amazing exhibits, the IWASM also hosts numerous events throughout the year. Their next event is on March 29, Dinner with a Slice of History. Wally Funk, a member of Mercury 13 and the first female air safety investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board, will be sharing stories about her incredible life. The IWASM charges no admission and is open to the public every day. We are taking an office field trip there soon! Visit IWASM.org to learn more about this amazing museum and start planning your trip.

Making History The International Women’s Air & Space Museum

Downtown Cleveland is full of many popular destinations. When you get off the freeway, you’re greeted by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the USS Cod, the Great Lakes Science Center, and the Brown’s FirstEnergy Stadium. These are remarkable places, and while it’s easy to get distracted by flashy sights, we encourage you to keep looking for a hidden gem: The International Women’s Air & Space Museum.

contributions women have made to the history of aviation and space travel. From Amelia Earhart to Bessie Coleman to Sally Ride, generations of amazing women have shown their brilliance and ingenuity, redefining the field of air travel again and again. This museum was even created by a group of amazing women pilots, the Ninety-Nines. Originally founded by Amelia Earhart and 98 other women pilots, the Ninety-Nines are an international organization of women pilots

Located inside the Burke Lakefront Airport, the IWASM offers an incredible account of the


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