CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP) — The Army Reserve is offering free medical and dental services to needy families in the Cumberland area.
The military and the Allegany County Health Department are showcasing the training event Tuesday at the Allegany County Fairgrounds. It started Aug. 11 and continues through Saturday.
Organizers say 60 to 80 military medical professionals are honing their skills in dental and vision care, behavioral management and endocrinology.
The event is part of the military’s Innovative Readiness Training Program, in partnership with the local health department and the Allegany County Human Resources Development Commission.
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