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The 1,000 Smiles Foundation is a non-profit organization focused on care of the less fortunate children in Mexico who suffer from lack of dental care and from maxillo-facial deformities such as cleft palate.

Next Clinic February 6th & 7th, 2015

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Alert: The toll road between La Misión and Ensenada has been closed since December 2013 due to a road collapse near Salsipuedes. Traffic has been rerouted from La Mision to El Sauzal (last toll gate) along the free road as a detour. This adds 15 to 20 minutes to your trip. The road is two-lane and windy and narrow at points so be patient and, as always, avoid driving at night. We expect the road will be open by the February, 2015 clinic but be on the lookout for the detour in the event it is still under repair.

Ensenada Dental Clinic Location

Many thanks to Ron and Betsy Vernetti for manning a table for TSF at the Rotary District 5340 Conference in Palm Springs Saturday, October 25th.We appreciate your dedication to our kids!



Visiting the August 2014 TSF clinic was Coronado Rotarian Ron Vernetti, (on the left), shown with TSF President Dr. Dave Irwin, La Jolla Sunrise Rotarian, and TSF Founder and National City Rotarian, Bob Chalfa. For more photos from the successful clinic, please visit the the Thousand Smiles Group FaceBook page.

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