We are thankful for you!
Here at Taft Hill Orthodontics we are all so thankful for YOU!! Being located in Fort Collins, we have several patients that come from surrounding areas such as Wyoming, Sterling, Greeley, Loveland and so much more of the northern Colorado area. We would not be able to do it without you and greatly appreciate you choosing to come all the way just to see us!! Its so incredible to for us to be here with you throughout your journey to a fantastic smile.
Whats going on at Taft Hill for November?
This November we are doing MANY fun and wonderful things in and outside of the office. As of now until days before thanksgiving we are holding a food drive right here in the office! We ask that you bring any non-perishable item (item’s) in and we will be delivering everything we get to Fort Collins Rescue Mission to help anyone in need to have a hot, healthy and delicious meal.
So far we have also visited 3 local schools to teach the importance of oral hygiene. After the presentation and any questions they had were answered, all students were sent home with an oral hygiene goody bag which included a toothbrush, tooth paste, floss, mouth wash and pencils! We hear you can never have enough pencils!!
If you are a new patient or existing patient as you come into the office, on the top counter are Turkeys for anyone to color and tell us what they are thankful for. When completed they will be displayed around the office for everyone to see! Here are what some of our staff members are thankful for:
Dr. Hardy is thankful for:”My little one!! All of my awesome patients and families I am honored to do braces for… I have an awesome staff too.”
Dr. Cindy is thankful for: ” Her job, Friends, Family and delicious food”
Kaylie is thankful for: “Football!!, Go Broncos”
Gigi is thankful for: “Life and my job!”
Santa is thankful for:”My crazy coworkers”
Grace is thankful for:”Water, nature and glitter!”
Shaena is thankful for:”My children and getting to play softball”
Joscelyn is thankful for:”My kids and chocolate”
Fun Thanksgiving facts
- The First Thanksgiving lasted for three days.
- A spooked turkey can run at speeds up to 20 miles per hour. They can also burst into flight approaching speeds between 50-55 mph in a matter of seconds.
- 91% of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day.
- Benjamin Franklin wanted the national bird to be a turkey.
- Turkeys were one of the first animals in the Americas to be domesticated.
- The ‘wishbone’ of the turkey is used in a good luck ritual on Thanksgiving Day.
Find more fun thanksgiving facts on http://www.coolest-holiday-parties.com/thanksgiving-facts.html