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People's Clinic for Better Health Benefits from Irish Tea

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  • Written By: Lisa Beedon

The 11th Annual Irish Tea, held March 14, 2018 and hosted by the Daughters of Isabella (Emmett and Marine City), was another great success. The Lake Huron Foundation is pleased to accept a gift of $2,000 from the event to benefit the Peoples' Clinic for Better Health. The People's Clinic for Better Health is a non-profit clinic that provides medical care to underserved residents of St. Clair County and surrounding areas aged 18 years or older, at no cost to those who are under and/or uninsured, to those who have Medicaid insurance and to individuals who receive services through St. Clair County Community Mental Health and have physical health care needs.

The Irish Tea is hosted by the Daughters of Isabella (Emmett and Marine City), this event provides residents the opportunity to enjoy tea, homemade cookies and purchase tickets for basket raffles while supporting the Peoples' Clinic. The Lake Huron Foundation is honored and truly appreciative of the Daughters of Isabella for their continued commitment the Peoples' Clinic. It is this type of support that allows the Lake Huron Foundation to continue its mission of caring for the most vulnerable members of our community.

Presenting the check are (left to right) Front Row: Emily Worden, People's Clinic, Marilyn Dunn (Marine City), Wynne Achatz (Marine City), Mary Anne Vermeesch (Emmett), Angie Lademer, People’s Clinic, Lisa Beedon, Lake Huron Medical Center. Back Row: Elgia Wessel (Emmett), JoAnn Waters (Emmett), Pat Clark (Emmett), Laura Cottengim, Lake Huron Foundation.