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After volunteering at Free Geek of Portland and graduating as a "techie" from high school in 2019, Anthony is someone that A Smile for Kids wishes we can stay connected with.

Anthony's family was experiencing great challenges at the time he got his braces, but even in the face of adversity, Anthony ended up becoming one of the patient favorites of Dr. Crowe's team at North Portland Orthodontics.

Graduating High School can be challenging enough, but adding adverse experiences to that makes it nearly impossible. Anthony jumped right in and fulfilled both the volunteer and grade requirements.

He's currently attending Portland Community College and deciding his major, but for now Anthony has chosen an Associates of Arts transfer degree to a 4 year college.

He continues to be very supportive of his whole family, and is especially caring around his grandmother. Overall, Anthony is just an incredible person and ASK can't wait to see what great things are in store for him.

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