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Susan Swift: Community pitching in for upcoming free clinic

Many thanks to Tofanelli’s Gold Country Bistro for contributing their awesome crab cakes to the dinner being planned for volunteer medical staff providing services at the Nov. 14-15 free medical clinic.

The clinic, held at the Grass Valley Veterans Memorial Building, will provide free medical, dental and vision care services to up to 500 patients a day. The clinic is free and is open to everyone, funded by donations and run by an all volunteer staff.

Local dentiss and hygienists are still needed, especially for Sunday.



Go to http://www.CaliforniaCareForce.org to volunteer.

Susan Swift




Penn Valley


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