In The Community
At Paul Horton DMD, PA, our Sebring Dental Practice is passionate about staying involved and giving back to our community.
Bahamas Hurricane Relief Efforts
We’ve partnered up with other local dental practices to collect supplies for the people of The Bahamas to help them in their time of need. Our Practice is a DONATION SITE and will be accepting donations during our regular business hours. Please bring your supplies in by September 10th, 2019. The donations will be directly transported to the Bahamas in partnership with Barbara McCall-St Louis’ efforts with the Ridge Area SDA Church.
4th Annual Heartland Courageous Kid
Paul Horton, DMD., . is honored to have been involved in the 4th Annual Heartland Courageous Kid hosted by the Blue Streaks and Champions for Children.
If you’d like to read more about the event, please check out this wonderful article written by the Highlands News-Sun HERE.
4th Annual Candy Collection
Paul Horton, DMD., PA. completed their Fourth Annual Halloween Candy Collection in 2018 in partnership with the Sebring Noon Rotary to support our troops! Paul Horton, DMD., PA., teamed up with local Sebring Elementary Schools and Churches to collect Halloween candy for the troops. The youth turned in their Halloween candy at participating schools. Our dental practice collected 375 pounds of candy to send to our troops!
Memorial Day Collection for the Troops
Paul Horton, DMD., PA. hosted a T.V raffle giveaway to collect money for our troops overseas. Also collecting items such as toiletries, snacks, personal hygiene products and so much more! Thank you to everyone who donated to support our troops.
Sebring graduate receives inaugural leadership award
SEBRING — Luke Laschkewitsch, a recent graduate of Sebring High School, is the recipient of the Inaugural Dr. Paul Horton’s Leadership Award. “It’s a small way to give back to the youth of Highlands County,” Horton said.
In 2018, Laschkewitsch took part in a mission trip with his church, Bible Fellowship Church, to South Korea. The trip allowed him to interact with the youth in South Korea, acting as a counselor in an English camp, playing with the small children at an orphanage and taking part in street ministry.
Read more here.