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Letter: Grateful Clinic | Opinion

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We are proud of where we live and strive to make it a better place to live. With a little thought and effort, we can make a difference.

To all who attended Christmas Eve Community Services at the Fair Barn, presented by Pinehurst United Methodist Church, thank you so much for your incredibly generous donations of over $12,000 to the Moore Free and Charitable Clinic for its planned addition of a dental clinic. Last year, the clinic was able to serve more than 1,600 patients while helping them through the pandemic.

Good dental health and hygiene care are essential to everyone’s general good health. Being able to provide this important additional care and service to our patients will mean a lot to them all and to their health care needs.

For more information about the Moore Free and Charitable Clinic and our mission to provide health care to uninsured and limited-income individuals in Moore County, please visit our website at The love and caring shown by Moore County residents for their fellow citizens is astounding.

Mary Lou Bernett, Vice President, Moore Free and Charitable Clinic

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