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Volunteer at the Bennington Free Clinic!

In Bennington, Education, Events, Local News, Medical/Health, News, North Bennington, Personal, Pownal, Shaftsbury, Woodford on January 28, 2011 at 1:08 pm

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Story by Community Journalist Cadence Banulis

Cadence asks Sue Andrews about her experience with the Bennington Free Clinic, and how YOU can help out! Orientation will take place the first week of February. Call 802-447-3700 or 802-379-0149 and volunteer today!

 

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Bennington Free Clinic Petition

In Bennington, Events, Local News, Medical/Health, News, North Bennington, Pownal, Shaftsbury, Woodford, Youth Organizations on January 19, 2011 at 10:51 am

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Story by Community Journalist Cadence Banulis

Cadence interviews Sue Andrews about the Bennington Free Clinic’s petition to be on the March Ballot.  The Bennington Free Clinic is a not-for-profit medical clinic that provides free primary medical care, care coordination, and referral to uninsured adult residents of Bennington County and the surrounding area. Once on the ballot, the clinic has the possibility of being voted to receive $5000.

Come Buy a Bowl

In Bennington, Events on September 29, 2010 at 9:38 am

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Story by Community Journalist, Anita Bellin.

Sue Andrews, Executive Director of the various arms of the Interfaith Community Services, talks to Anita Bellin about the Empty Bowls supper which will take place on October 17th at the Elks Club. It is a fundraiser for the Bennington Free Clinic and the services of the Interfaith group. She invites everyone who hears this to come to the Elks Club between 5 and 8pm, buy a beautiful handmade bowl for $10.00, have it filled with the soup you choose, and enjoy your supper which will include bread and dessert. Second helpings are available as is the conversation and good cheer to be shared by all those attending. The bowls were made by folks gathered at Willow Park on the 4th of July and glazed at a “painting” party at St. Peters Church. Bring your appetites and the whole family. You can take the bowl home or leave it with us for next year.

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