50 Things that People 50+ Should Know


  1. You matter. Even if your kids and other family and friends don’t call everyday, your are still special and have a purpose in this world.
  2. Exercise is important. It will make getting out of bed a little easier in the morning.
  3. It’s time to quit smokingWhile it can be hard, quitting smoking is worth it. Doing so will lessen your chances of getting diseases such as cancer and COPD.
  4. Know the signs and symptoms of gum disease. If you have bleeding, swollen, or red gums, you may have gum disease. See a periodontist to have your gums evaluated.
  5. Take advantage of those senior discounts. Look at this list from Gift Card Granny to find out where you can save money!
  6. Are you having trouble climbing stairs? Consider purchasing a stair lift. This guide from Easy Climber Stair Lifts provides tips on how to choose the one that is right for you.
  7. Enjoy your retirement. Now’s your chance to live life to the fullest.
  8. If you’re feeling down, talk to someone. Many senior citizens experience depression. Know the signs and symptoms of depression and how you can get help.
  9. Joining your local Kiwanis Club is a great way to get involved in the community. 
  10. Gray hair is “cool” now. Kids are coloring their hair gray now. So, don’t be ashamed – show off those silver locks!
  11. Having a pet adds excitement to your life.
  12. Now’s the time to take up that hobby that you have always wanted to. 
  13. You can become an AARP member. 
  14. Grandparents, there’s a holiday just for you. While Grandparent’s Day 2016 has already passed, plan to celebrate your special day next year!
  15. If you or someone you love has Alzheimer’s, know that you are not alone. 
  16. You may be able to trade your dentures for dental implants.
  17. Plan for retirement as best you can. Take a look at these 10 Key Retirement Ages to Plan For, courtesy of US News.
  18. It’s not too late to start saving money.
  19. Eating healthy can give your brain a boost (and the rest of your body, too). Foods such as cherries, collard greens, and salmon can improve your memory.
  20. It is important that you have certain health screenings done. You can find the recommended screenings for women here and the recommended screenings for men here.
  21. Designers make clothes especially for older women. 
  22. Don’t be afraid of technology
  23. Be ready for flu season. Here’s what you should know, courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  24. Fight back against obesity.
  25. Switch vehicles, if you need to. This article from Consumer Reports lists the best cars for seniors.
  26. It’s not bad to reminisce. 
  27. Don’t be ashamed if your going bald.
  28. It’s never too late to go back to school. 99 year old Doreetha Daniels graduated from College of the Canyons. If it’s something that you want, go get that degree!
  29. Following your dreams isn’t just for youngsters. 
  30. Your wisdom is valuable.
  31. Don’t let the changes taking place in society separate you from your community.
  32. Drink water. Seniors are especially susceptible to becoming dehydrated.
  33. Budgeting will help you manage your money.
  34. Find people you trust who will help you during times of need. Emergencies can be troubling. If your family lives far away or can’t help you, find a neighbor or friend who is willing to be there for you.
  35. Make moving from one house or apartment to another as easy as possible. 
  36. Comfortable shoes make a difference. As far as walking shoes go, podiatrists recommend models such as the Asics GT-1000 and the New Balance 990 for seniors.
  37. Seek help if you are having trouble hearing.
  38. Take care of your eyes, too.
  39. Wear sunscreen. Did you know that older Americans are at a higher risk for developing skin cancer?
  40. Talk to your doctor about any concerns you may have before undergoing surgery.
  41. If you have a chronic disease, living a healthy lifestyle is important. 
  42. Your old dental fillings may need to be replaced. Your dentist will most likely talk to you about this if he/she notices a problem.
  43. Beware of internet ad telephone scams.
  44. You can still get your news without going out for the morning paper. Newspapers are becoming less common, which can be disappointing to those who enjoy reading them. If your local paper stops printing the news, go online and see if they are still updating an online version or find a TV news station to watch.
  45. You can get your groceries delivered to you. Grocery stores, such as Lowes Foods, are now offering grocery delivery services. Check to see if any grocery stores in your area will deliver to you.
  46. Have a plan in case of an emergency situation. For adults, injuries and illness can cause serious setbacks – such as inability to work while recuperating. Have short-term and long-term plans in place in case an emergency occurs.
  47. Don’t just brush, floss, too. Like brushing, flossing is important – it helps prevent gum disease.
  48. Staying positive helps. 
  49. Social media is a great way to keep in touch with family and friends. 
  50. You are always welcome at our office. Dr. Kazmer has plenty of experience treating seniors. If you are looking for a periodontist, schedule an appointment.

Take care of your smile!

20 Ways for People 50+ to Stay Current


There are so many things changing in our world today. Technology is everywhere, and social media is changing the way we communicate. While keeping up with all of these changes is easier for younger people, older Americans may find staying up-to-date more challenging. However, it is important for those in the 50+ age bracket to be understanding of today’s society. Doing so will help you get jobs, stay in touch with your family, and live a happy and healthy lifestyle overall.

Below, we have listed 22 things that you can do to stay current. Not everything on this list will apply to you – for example, you may already have a computer and watch TV. Our advice is to select the tasks that you can handle and work on completing a few at a time. Some of these tasks are harder than others, such as learning to use a smartphone, so be patient with yourself!

Social Media & Technology

  1. Buy a smartphone and learn how to use it. Smartphones are everywhere now. Owning one will allow you to do everything from text and call your family to receive discounts while shopping. | Recommended article: Best Smartphones for Seniors
  2. Learn to text. Speaking of texting, it has become one of the most popular forms of communication. While you may prefer to talk on the phone, learning how to text will probably encourage your children and grandchildren to contact you. | Recommended article: Texting for Seniors
  3. Download apps on your smartphone, and learn how to use them. The word “apps” is short for applications. Think of them as digital tools that will make life easier for you, whether you need to track your blood pressure or make a grocery list.
  4. Create at least one social media account, and check it regularly. Social media provides us with a great way to keep in contact with one another, especially if you live far from your family or friends. There are so many options to choose from – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn – and it is free to create an account on any social media platform! | Recommended article: 11 Reasons Why Seniors Should Care About Social Media
  5. Create an email address. Email is used to communicate what does not necessarily need to be said over the phone or sent via traditional mail. Sites such as Gmail and Yahoo will let you create a new email account for free.
  6. Purchase a computer. While smartphones are like mini computers, it is also useful to have a desktop computer or laptop. Not all websites and softwares are mobile friendly, and having a bigger screen means that you can make text bigger and easier to see. | Recommended article: Computers Designed Specifically for Seniors
  7. Learn to video chat.  Video chatting is a wonderful way to keep in touch with others, and you may like it better than texting if you are the type of person who prefers communication by telephone. When you videochat, you can see the person that you are talking to on your computer or phone screen, and they can see you on theirs.
  8. Learn to use Google and YouTube. Nowadays, when someone is looking for information, they often search for it on Google or YouTube. Familiarize yourself with these websites, they can even help you accomplish some of the tasks on this list!
  9. Follow a blog. Bloggers often update their readers on the latest trends and events in their field. Find a blog on a topic that interests you (like ours!) and follow it. | Recommended article: Best Blogs for Senior
  10. Learn to use Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. If you want to get a job working in an office or substitute teaching, chances are you will need to know how to use Microsoft Office, and those working in other industries use these tools, too. Check with your local community college to see if they offer courses that teach you how to use these programs.
  11. Get WiFi. Laptops, tablets, and smartphones use WiFi to connect to the internet. Chances are, when your grandkids come to visit, they will want to know your WiFi password.


  1. Get involved in your local community. Staying current involves more than understanding technology, you need to be able to interact with others. Visit your local community center to see if they have any activities planned that interest you. | Recommended article: Serving the Cary Community
  2. Engage with today’s youth. One of the easiest ways to understand today’s culture is to spend some time with young people. Whether that means having dinner with your children, inviting your grandkids to visit, or volunteering at a local elementary school, find a way to connect with those of the younger generation.
  3. Watch TV, even if you only watch the local news. Television programs say a lot about today’s culture. Take the time to watch TV, even if you simply watch the evening news. | Recommended article: Simple Television Remotes for Designed for Seniors
  4. Be aware of the latest US dietary recommendations. Advancements in technology have changed more than the way we communicate. They have also allowed researchers to learn more about how we can stay healthy. | Recommended: Nutrition after 50
  5. Do yoga, Zumba, go for walks, or find another fitness activity that you enjoy. Exercise to keep your body and mind feeling great. It will make accomplishing your daily tasks and keeping up with your family easier for you.
  6. Upgrade to an electric toothbrush. One of the wonderful things about technology is that it makes life easier for us. Swapping your traditional toothbrush for an electric one will make cleaning your teeth a breeze!
  7. Use your resources to learn more about managing your money. Preparing for retirement and managing your finances once you enter retirement can be difficult. There are countless articles, videos, and apps that will help you do this so that you can spend less time worrying and more time enjoying life. | Recommended article: Spending Plans & Money Management for Seniors 
  8. Swap out dentures for dental implants. Having to take your dentures in and out can be irritating, and having dentures limits the foods that you can eat. Visit a periodontist to find out if you are a candidate for dental implants. | Recommended article: Endosteal Dental Implants
  9. Try new foods and/or restaurants. From the cronut to sushi, there are tons of food trends out there. Indulge your tastebuds by trying something new! | Recommended article: 5 Local Restaurants/Bakeries  That Make Us Smile 

Know that you are not alone when it comes to struggling to understand all of the innovations and changes going on around you. In fact, the 2012 family movie Parental Guidance highlights some of the challenges that grandparents face. Here is the trailer for the movie, if you have not seen it:

We wish you the best of luck in trying to understand and stay connected to today’s culture and trends.

Remember to take care of your smile!

Forgetting to Brush & Floss? Use These Tips to Remind Yourself

Remember to Brush & FlossEveryone should brush twice and floss once daily. However, it can be easy to forget. Whether it is morning or night time, grabbing your toothbrush may be an afterthought if you are tired or in a rush. If you find yourself forgetting to brush or floss often, try these tips to help you remember.

Tip #1: Place sticky notes reminding you to brush/floss in places where you will see them.

Placing sticky notes around your house is a great way to leave yourself reminders. Here are some ideas for where you can leave notes:

  • On your nightstand
  • On your bathroom mirror
  • On your coffee maker
  • On your closet door

Tip #2: Leave your toothbrush where you can see it.

If you currently put your toothbrush in a drawer on some other container where you can’t see it, it’s a good idea to move it to a spot in  your bathroom where it’s more visible, such as on your bathroom counter. Plus, you should always leave your toothbrush out in the open to dry after using it to limit the growth of bacteria.

You can also use this tip for floss. If you keep your container of floss hidden, try leaving it on the bathroom counter or at least in a spot that is easier to access.

Tip #3: Set a reminder in your phone.

If you have an iPhone, you can use the Reminders app to set yourself a reminder to brush. You can also have the reminders repeat daily. Here’s how:

  1. Open the Reminders app.
  2. Click the “+” button to add a new reminder.
  3. Type your reminder. (ex: Brush for 2 minutes!)
  4. Click the “i” icon to edit the details of the reminder.
  5. Click the circle button to the right of “Remind me on a day” to turn this feature on.
  6. Tap the date beside “alarm” to edit the date & time of the reminder.
  7. Tap “Repeat” and choose “Every Day” to have the reminder repeat daily.

Set two reminders so that you are reminded to brush in the morning and at night!

Tip #4: Pick a certain time of morning/night to brush and floss, and stick to it every day.

If you establish a routine, it may be easier for you to remember to brush and floss. This goes along with Tip #3 – pick a certain time of morning and night to be reminded to brush, and stick to it!

We hope these tips help you remember to brush and floss! If you have any doubts about the importance of flossing daily, read our post Making Flossing a Priority. 

Take care of your smile!

How Parents Can Stay Organized & Grandparents Can Stay in Touch During the School Year


The end of August is here, which means summer is over for many kids in the area. As students head back to school, parents are preparing for the responsibilities and events that go along with having a child in school. The start of the school year means forms to fill out, snacks and lunches to prepare, carpool arrangements, sports, and more. It can be a lot to keep track of. When family gets this busy, grandparents often lose touch with their loved ones. To make things easier for everyone, we’ve rounded up some tips on how parents can stay organized and grandparents can stay in touch throughout the school year.

Tips for Parents

Tip #1: Create a Student Management Binder

Never worry about losing a form or progress report that has to be returned to school again! Student management binders help you organize your child’s information and important papers so that you will always be prepared. If you have multiple children, you can keep all of their information in one binder. The video below from At Home with Nikki shows just one example of how a student management binder can be set up.


Tip #2: How to Manage Your Time Better

The time management tips in this video are geared towards stay-at-home moms, but some of them can apply to moms who work outside of the home as well. Managing your time is important, especially if you have a busy family and lots on your to-do list.


Tip #3: Use Your  Crock-Pot & Plan Out Your Meals for the Week

How many times have you rushed from work to your child’s soccer game, then grabbed some fast food for the family on the way home because you were too tired to cook? It happens to the best of us. While there’s no harm in eating fast food every once in a while, doing this repeatedly can really take a toll on your family’s health. Try cooking meals in the Crock-Pot so that dinner will be ready when you get home. If you would like, you can even go a step further and plan out your meals for the week.

Here is just one example of an easy, healthy Crock-Pot recipe:

And here are some tips for planning out your meals:

Tip #4: Rush, Rush, Brush – Making Time for Proper Oral Hygiene Practices

By the time a busy day is finally over, parents and kids alike may be left feeling exhausted and ready for bed. This often leads people to skip brushing their teeth at night. However, it only takes two minutes to brush. Pick a certain time each night to brush (and floss, if you floss at night) and stick to it. Teach your kids that it is important to brush at night, too. It is an essential part of maintaining a healthy smile.

Tips for Grandparents

While your children and their kids are busy attending all of these school activities and sports games, it can be hard to stay informed. Use these tips to help you stay in the loop.

Tip #1: How Grandparents Can Stay Informed When it Comes to Their Grandchildren’s Academics

Grandparents.com has a list of articles that tell you what your grandchildren will be learning from kindergarten to Grade 8 . It is helpful to know what is going on in the classroom so that you can have better conversations with your grandkids about school and be more prepared to answer any questions they may have.

Tip #2: Use Technology to Communicate with the Grandkids

We know that it can be hard to understand all of the gadgets that kids are using now days, but trying to better understand today’s technology will help you better communicate with your family. Kids are texting more and talking on the phone less. If you haven’t already, consider buying a smartphone. This article has some great information for those who are purchasing a piece of technology for the first time. It’s okay if you don’t know how to use it, you can ask your grandkids to teach you – it might just be a great bonding experience for you all.

Whether You are a Parent or Grandparent, Take Some Time to Enjoy These Special Moments…

While the school year can be busy and cause a lot of stress, make sure that you take some time to enjoy the life that you have with your family. Kids/Grandkids don’t stay kids forever. One day, you won’t have to rush to a volleyball game. Your kids or grandkids won’t beg you to come to class for career day. On some nights, everyone won’t be home for dinner. So, enjoy this time while it lasts.

Take care of your smile!



5 Local Restaurants/Bakeries That Make Us Smile

Here at the office, we work hard – and all that hard work sure does work up an appetite! While we’re no restaurant critics, there are several places near Cary that we really enjoy eating at. Whether you are new to town or a long-time resident looking for new dishes/restaurants to try, we hope this list helps you find your new favorite dining spot.

#1: Amante Gourmet Pizza

Amante Gourmet Pizza
Photo Courtesy: Amante Gourmet Pizza NC
  • Where: Park Place Shopping Center, Morrisville, NC
  • What: Pizza (of course!), salads, sandwiches, and pasta
  • Why We Love It: Amante’s pizza truly lives up to the title “gourmet.” Their thin crust pizza has a crust with just the right amount of crunch and rise. The cheese and tomato sauce serve as the perfect compliment to the toppings. If you are a fan of buffalo chicken or don’t mind something spicy, their buffalo chicken wrap is worth a try, too!
  • Website: amantepizza.com

#2: GoodyBox Cupcakes

Photo Courtesy: GoodyBox Cupcakes
  • Where: Park Place Shopping Center, Morrisville, NC **UPDATE: Goodybox Cupcakes is moving to a new location! Their bakery at the location listed in this post is now CLOSED. They have not announced their new location yet.**
  • What: Cupcakes, cakes, and cookies
  • Why We Love It: Dentists are allowed to have a sweet tooth too, right? (Remember to  eat desserts in moderation, everyone.) GoodyBox is family owned and offers a small, but certainly tasty, selection of cupcakes. The Cookie Monster cupcake is must try, as it is topped with a piece of one of GoodyBox’s delicious chocolate chip cookies – a cupcake and a cookie? That’s the best of both worlds!
  • Website: goodyboxcupcakes.com

#3: Once in a Blue Moon Bakery

Photo Courtesy: Once in a Blue Moon Bakery
  • Where: 115 W Chatham St, Cary, NC 27511
  • What: Cakes and other baked goods, breakfast & lunch
  • Why We Love It: We’re not all about sweet treats and junk food, we promise. But we do try to take birthdays seriously around here, and for us birthday=cake! We have bought several cakes from Blue Moon, and the cakes containing strawberry or raspberry filling seem to be the most requested among staff. The fresh flavor of the cakes, as well as their light and airy texture, are what makes them so unique.
  • Website: bluemoonbakery.com

#4: Los Tres Magueyes

  • Where: Park Place Shopping Center, Morrisville, NC
  • What: Mexican food, including nachos, burritos, quesadillas, and enchiladas
  • Why We Love It: If you like Mexican food, Los Tres Magueys is definitely a place that you should try. Their food is simple, yet delicious. I have never been disappointed by a meal that I had here, and the chips & queso and sweet tea have always served as the perfect compliment to my main meal.
  • Menu: places.singleplatform.com

#5: La Farm Bakery

  • Where: 4248 NW Cary Pkwy, Cary, NC 27513
  • What: An authentic French bakery!
  • Why We Love It: What’s not to love about the delicious, fresh baked goods that La Farm offers? From bread, to pastries, to a cafe serving breakfast, brunch, and lunch/dinner there is a lot to try at this Cary staple.
  • Website: https://www.lafarmbakery.com

Do you have a favorite restaurant in or near Cary, NC? If so, tell us about in the comments below!

Take care of your smile!


What to Expect During Your First Visit

Going to a doctor’s office for the first time can be a bit of an uncomfortable experience due to the amount of uncertainties involved: Will you like the doctor (Dr.Kazmer doesn’t bite, we promise!)? Can he provide you with the treatment that you need? What will happen during the visit?

We want you to feel as prepared as possible for your first visit. The infographic below is full of information that new patients should be aware of, so start reading! 🙂

New Patient Infographic

Hopefully this post has helped you feel more at ease. If you are looking for more information that you don’t see here, check our website or call us at (919) 468-6410.

We can’t wait to meet you! In the meantime, take care of your smile!


Serving the Cary Community

“Cary, NC Amtrak station” by James Willamor

Giving back is a rewarding experience for many. Community service offers volunteers the opportunity to make a positive impact, while also meeting new people and having fun.

If you would like to begin serving in Cary, start by taking a look at the list of non-profit organizations below. There is something for everyone, whether you enjoy working with children, feel more comfortable in small groups, or have a passion for music.

Kiwanis Club of Cary

The Kiwanis Club of Cary is a community service organization that completes its own service projects, while also mentoring high school volunteers who are members of the Key Club. Jenifer Clement is a former President of the Kiwanis Club of Cary, as well as the current Kiwanis Advisor to Key Clubs at Panther Creek High School and Cary High School. Clement decided to become a Kiwanis member after being impressed by her children’s positive experiences with the Key Club. Clement stated that she is “often surprised, sometimes unexpectedly, at the fulfillment [she feels] after an outing spent with our local high school students.” 

Clement’s advice to those who would like to get involved in the Cary community:

“There are so many people in the Cary community with much to offer our young people, and clubs like Cary Kiwanis welcome inquiring adults!  We especially rely on people looking for ways to give to the community to reach out to us so we can show first hand how we make a difference in Cary.   I encourage anyone interested in getting involved with young people to do what I did and just make a phone call or send an email and ask how to learn more!”

– Jenifer Clement, former President of the Kiwanis Club of Cary & current Kiwanis Advisor to Key Clubs at Panther Creek High School and Cary High School

More Information:

To learn more about the Kiwanis Club of Cary, please visit their website It is important to note that Kiwanis has clubs for those of all ages. Kiwanis Kids clubs are for elementary schoolers, Builders Clubs are for middle schoolers, Key Clubs are for high schoolers, Circle K clubs are for college students, and Kiwanis Club International is for adults.

Cary Central Rotary Club

The Cary Central Rotary Club completes various service projects in the community, such as Meals on Wheels and Memory Cafe. While the club is small, its members strive to make a difference. Club President Jim Stine stressed the “friendliness of the members,” as well as their desire to serve. As a member of Cary Central Rotary Club, Stine had the opportunity to build “a greenhouse for a local elementary school in downtown Cary,” a project that he enjoyed because it allowed members “to work together as a team.” 

His advice to those who would like to get involved in the Cary community is simple:

“Join the Cary Central Rotary Club.” 

– Jim Stine, President of the Cary Central Rotary Club

More Information:

 To learn more about the Cary Central Rotary Club, visit their website. Those with an interest in the rotary club are invited to attend one of their meetings at the Mayton Inn on Academy Street in Downtown Cary.

Cary Town Band

Cary Town Band Publicity Coordinator & Town Liaison Cindy Sinkez describes the Cary Town Band as “a community band,” and notes that she and her fellow band members “don’t take [themselves] too seriously.” If you have an interest in music, but haven’t had a career in the music industry, don’t worry – Sinkez says most of the members participate in the band just because they enjoy it. While some of the band’s performances have focused on more serious topics, such as honoring veterans, they have also had a dog perform with them. Sinkez admits that their performances “are indeed silly but that is what makes it fun.”

Her advice to those who are interested in becoming active in the Cary community:

“There are so many ways to get involved.  Follow your passion and you will find a way to give back.  The Town of Cary offers many ways to volunteer.  You can make a donation to the relief for recreation scholarship program, you could run a dance class, teach a child to read etc.  The Town of Cary has a volunteer section on its website.  Schools, churches, sports venues, musical groups are all looking for volunteers.  If you are interested in performing in a community band we are always looking to add to our ranks. Check out our website at CaryTownBand.org. CaryCitizen has an entire page dedicated to non-profits in the area.  They are terrific avenues to give back to the community.” 

– Cindy Sinkez, Cary Town Band Publicity Coordinator & Town Liaison

More Information:

 As Sinkez mentioned, the Town of Cary’s volunteer section, the Cary Town Band’s website, and the CaryCitizen’s page devoted to non-profit organizations are excellent resources for those who would like to get involved.

Cary Women’s Giving Network

The Cary Women’s Giving Network, or CWGN for short, is a committee within the Cary Community Foundation that was started by Sheila Ogle and Jenifer Robinson. Ogle explains that she and Robinson started the committee because they “wanted to expand the Cary Community Foundation’s awareness in our town.” The CWGN asks that members donate $600 annually. This money “is parlayed with other women’s donations to give meaningful donations to Cary non-profits each year,” according to Ogle. The CWGN hosts one event, a Grant Awards Celebration. While this is the group’s sole event, Ogle notes that the celebration “is certainly something to be proud of!!”

Ogle’s advice to those who want to become involved in the Cary community is centered around the duties of a  CWGN member:

“It is so easy…commit to $600.00 per year for 3 years and then vote on your favorite non-profit to receive a grant. Attend one of our monthly non-profit luncheons. We meet on the 4th Monday of most months at a local restaurant and invite one non-profit group to present to us. This is supplemented with 2 or 3 socials during the year to increase our membership, celebrate the holidays or summer social. The luncheon meetings gives  our members a good idea of the mission and vision of that non-profit if they submit a grant request. No one is required to attend as it purely voluntary but lots of fun.” 

– Sheila Ogle, A Founder of the Cary Women’s Giving Network

More Information:

For more information on the Cary Women’s Giving Network, visit this section of the North Carolina Community Foundation’s website.

Read and Feed

Through Read and Feed, disadvantaged elementary school children are given meals and the opportunity to work with reading tutors. Operations Manager Jamie Buning believes that “reading and writing are essential skills to be able to succeed in school and beyond.” Read and Feed works with Wake County Public Schools to ensure that the children who have the greatest need for their services receive them. The organization will be hosting its 2nd annual Rock and Roast on September 15th at the Marbles Kids Museum. Buning describes the Rock and Roast as “fundraising event with oysters, drinks, dancing, and a silent auction.” 

Buning’s advice to those who would like to get involved in the Cary community:

A good list to start with is available here: https://www.carymagazine.com/charity-organizations. Otherwise, I’d say to research organizations in the Cary area that interest you and then reach out to them via email or phone to ask about volunteer opportunities.”

– Jamie Buning, Operations Manager of Read and Feed

More Information:

To buy tickets to this year’s Rock and Roast event, please visit this link. If you are interested in volunteering with Read and Feed, you can fill out an interest form here.

No matter how you decide to serve the Cary community, make sure that you enjoy what you do. Dr. Kazmer and his wife Janet know the importance of service, and are active in the St. Michael School community.

Take care of your smile…and don’t forget to share that smile with others!