Mindy Oberne: Kiwanis kicks in toward fall free medical clinic | TheUnion.com

Mindy Oberne: Kiwanis kicks in toward fall free medical clinic

Thanks to the Gold Country Kiwanis for giving California Care Force the opportunity to do a presentation about the upcoming Free Health Care Clinic being held at the Grass Valley Veterans Hall Nov. 14-15.

Thanks also to Homer Nottingham, a Kiwanis member, who generously donated to the clinic, which is funded entirely by donations and operated by an all volunteer staff. We plan on serving 500 patients a day with medical, dental and vision care. Everyone is welcome. Kudos Kiwanis!

Mindy Oberne

Grass Valley

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