Hospice receives $10,000 donation


Community Care Hospice has received a $10,000 donation from the Free Clinic Fund of the Clinton County Foundation. The Free Clinic of Clinton County formerly provided health care to uninsured Clinton County residents and dissolved in December 2015. In keeping with the mission of the Free Clinic, the board chose to donate funds to charities that provided health-related services to Clinton Clinton residents and therefore chose Hospice, along with several other charities, because it provides such an invaluable service to its patients and their families regardless of their ability to pay. The Clinton County Foundation Board is comprised of Sigrid Solomon, Erika Goodwin, Lauren Raizk, Dr. Tom Tiger, Jay Barkey, Gail Murtland and Denise Kleinhenz. Pictured receiving the check is Patti Settlemyre, president and CEO of Community Care Hospice, and Sigrid Solomon and Denise Kleinhenz.


Community Care Hospice has received a $10,000 donation from the Free Clinic Fund of the Clinton County Foundation. The Free Clinic of Clinton County formerly provided health care to uninsured Clinton County residents and dissolved in December 2015. In keeping with the mission of the Free Clinic, the board chose to donate funds to charities that provided health-related services to Clinton Clinton residents and therefore chose Hospice, along with several other charities, because it provides such an invaluable service to its patients and their families regardless of their ability to pay. The Clinton County Foundation Board is comprised of Sigrid Solomon, Erika Goodwin, Lauren Raizk, Dr. Tom Tiger, Jay Barkey, Gail Murtland and Denise Kleinhenz. Pictured receiving the check is Patti Settlemyre, president and CEO of Community Care Hospice, and Sigrid Solomon and Denise Kleinhenz.

Community Care Hospice has received a $10,000 donation from the Free Clinic Fund of the Clinton County Foundation. The Free Clinic of Clinton County formerly provided health care to uninsured Clinton County residents and dissolved in December 2015. In keeping with the mission of the Free Clinic, the board chose to donate funds to charities that provided health-related services to Clinton Clinton residents and therefore chose Hospice, along with several other charities, because it provides such an invaluable service to its patients and their families regardless of their ability to pay. The Clinton County Foundation Board is comprised of Sigrid Solomon, Erika Goodwin, Lauren Raizk, Dr. Tom Tiger, Jay Barkey, Gail Murtland and Denise Kleinhenz. Pictured receiving the check is Patti Settlemyre, president and CEO of Community Care Hospice, and Sigrid Solomon and Denise Kleinhenz.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Free-Clinic-pic.jpgCommunity Care Hospice has received a $10,000 donation from the Free Clinic Fund of the Clinton County Foundation. The Free Clinic of Clinton County formerly provided health care to uninsured Clinton County residents and dissolved in December 2015. In keeping with the mission of the Free Clinic, the board chose to donate funds to charities that provided health-related services to Clinton Clinton residents and therefore chose Hospice, along with several other charities, because it provides such an invaluable service to its patients and their families regardless of their ability to pay. The Clinton County Foundation Board is comprised of Sigrid Solomon, Erika Goodwin, Lauren Raizk, Dr. Tom Tiger, Jay Barkey, Gail Murtland and Denise Kleinhenz. Pictured receiving the check is Patti Settlemyre, president and CEO of Community Care Hospice, and Sigrid Solomon and Denise Kleinhenz.
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