From The Amaus Dental Services Open House

The Amaus Dental Services Open House saw thirty dentists and healthcare providers circle through with an additional 30 potential volunteers, all full of gratitude for the expanded dental treatment facility on Friday, February 10th, 2017. 

Bishop Cunningham blessed the clinic and we are open, seeing patients.

An Unsung Hero

Syracuse University’s 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. Unsung Heroes Award brings to light four citizens of Syracuse who go above and beyond for their community. Dr. Robert Fangio provides a much needed service of free dental care for people who cannot afford dental care. Fangio works at the Amaus Health Services a part of a volunteer team who strive to improve the lives of others one smile at a time.

This video was produced by Colleen Cambier and Dominique Hildebrand for Syracuse University Martin Luther King Jr. Unsung Heroes Award shown in the Carrier Dome on January 2017(

Dominique Hildebrand:

Colleen Cambier:


Free Dental Clinic Expands In Syracuse

Dr. David R. Dasher has been volunteering his time serving patients at Amaus Dental Services since August 2014. Dr. Dasher has been a dentist for 40 years. During his 23 years in the Air Force, he designed dental clinics. “I think we’ll be able to help a lot of people here,” he says of the free clinic in downtown Syracuse. An open house in the expanded clinic is set for Feb. 10 and 11.


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It is with a tremendous amount of respect that we announce that our own, Dr. Robert Fangio, will be honored at the Martin Luther King Unsung Hero Awards

It is with a tremendous amount of respect that we announce that our own, Dr. Robert Fangio, will be honored at the Martin Luther King Unsung Hero Awards at the Carrier Dome on Sunday, Jaunary 29, 2017.  J.R. Martinez Named 2017 MLK Keynote Speaker

The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration committee is proud to announce the speaker for this year’s event. Best-selling author, actor, U.S. Army veteran and motivational speaker J.R. Martinez will provide the keynote address at the yearly celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. King. This is the 32nd year for the event at Syracuse University’s Carrier Dome. It’s the largest of its kind, and will take place on Sunday, January 29, 2017.

The evening program, which includes an address by Martinez, the presentation of the 2017 Unsung Hero Awards, music by a community choir and entertainment by student performers, begins at 5:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public. For questions, call Hendricks Chapel at 315-443-5044.

On Sunday, Jan. 29, dinner precedes the program at 4:30 p.m., with doors opening at 4 p.m. Tickets go on sale beginning Nov. 1. For employees, staff and the general public, tickets will be sold through the Schine Box Office, and are available on an individual basis ($30) or in blocks of 10 ($300). Cash, credit or interdepartmental I.D. may be used. All tickets are for general seating. Student tickets are $15 and can be purchased through a meal plan at dining halls. Students without a meal plan can purchase at the Schine Box Office as well.

ongratulations Dr. Fangio!!




Dewitt Rotary Club - from the December 12, 2016 Newsletter

$1000 to Amaus Dental Services for consumable supplies for the delivery of dental care to the indigent in Syracuse. Dr. David Dasher was present to receive the contribution with Dewitt Rotarian, Kathleen Komar and President Cheryl Matt.