Free Day of Dentistry

Dentists Raymond Epstein and Carlie Wager and their team at Little River Family Dental are offering free dental services to the Woodstock community Saturday, March 5, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

“Now more than ever, there are people in Woodstock who need dental services but have no means to afford them — whether they’re out of a job or just don’t have dental insurance,” Wager said. “This event is a great opportunity for us to share our time and resources with those less fortunate and give back to the community we serve.”

At least 50 patients will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis at the office at 12201 Highway 92, Suite H. They will have a choice of a cleaning, a filling or an extraction.

“Our team is committed to lifetime dental care because good oral health is integral to overall health,” Epstein said. “By participating in this program, our goal is to engage patients and encourage them to adopt an ongoing oral care program and a lifelong regimen of preventative care.”

For more information, call 678-202-4904, or visit www.FreeDentistryDay.org.

Grey Day

Joel Grey, best known for winning a Tony and an Oscar as the Emcee in “Cabaret,” finds time during a visit to the Marcus Jewish Community Center to promote his memoir, “Master of Ceremonies,” to visit with fan Rena Kahn and with the cast of “Shrek the Musical, Jr.,” this year’s Jerry’s Habima Theatre show, opening Feb. 25. During his Page From the Book Festival appearance, Grey even sang “Home on the Range” in Yiddish.

Joel Grey, best known for winning a Tony and an Oscar as the Emcee in “Cabaret,” finds time during a visit to the Marcus Jewish Community Center to promote his memoir, “Master of Ceremonies,” to visit with fan Rena Kahn and with the cast of “Shrek the Musical, Jr.,” this year’s Jerry’s Habima Theatre show, opening Feb. 25. During his Page From the Book Festival appearance, Grey even sang “Home on the Range” in Yiddish.

Joel Grey, best known for winning a Tony and an Oscar as the Emcee in “Cabaret,” finds time during a visit to the Marcus Jewish Community Center to promote his memoir, “Master of Ceremonies,” to visit with fan Rena Kahn and with the cast of “Shrek the Musical, Jr.,” this year’s Jerry’s Habima Theatre show, opening Feb. 25. During his Page From the Book Festival appearance, Grey even sang “Home on the Range” in Yiddish.

Divorce Boot Camp

Jewish community member Debbie Dorman is helping run a free boot camp for divorcing women from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 19, at the Milton Library, 855 Mayfield Road, Alpharetta.

The event will cover legal, financial, emotional and other issues associated with divorce.

Joining Dorman, a financial adviser with National Financial Services Group, are divorce lawyer Tommy Maddox, private investigator Pam Griggs and motivational speaker Sonja Stribling.

Call the library at 770-752-5552 to register. For more information, call Dorman at 770-377-4941.

Police Captain Promoted

One of the most familiar non-Jewish faces at Congregation Etz Chaim has received a promotion.

Cobb County police Capt. Jerry Quan, who commands East Cobb’s Precinct 4 and is a regular on security duty at Etz Chaim, has been promoted to major, effective Sunday, Feb. 28, The East Cobber reported.