Fee, church team up for ‘Tooth Fairy Mission’

By on February 13, 2014

SUGAR GROVE—During the month of February, the Sugar Grove United Mehodist Church will have their annual “Tooth Fairy Mission” in which monetary donations, toothbrushes and toothpaste are collected for the Between Friends Food Pantry in Sugar Grove, and for the guests at Hesed House, a local homeless shelter in Aurora.

Dr. Donald Fee, who has been practicing general dentistry at Family Dental Care in Sugar Grove since 1993, and has been a long-time supporter for the Tooth Fairy Mission, is once again putting up the challenge that he will match contributions up to $500. Dr. Fee will use these monetary donations to purchase toothbrushes and travel size toothpastes at a reduced cost, greatly extending the value of the total contributions.

One of the first things neglected when one becomes financially challenged is dental care. If anyone would like to support this cause, checks payable to “SGUMC” with “Tooth Fairy” in the memo can be mailed or dropped off to the Sugar Grove United Methodist Church at 176 Main St., P.O. Box 226, Sugar Grove, IL 60554. There is also a Tooth Fairy bucket in the church fellowship room for dental hygiene items. For more information, call the church office at (630) 466-4501.