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Peoples' Clinic Benefits from Irish Tea 05/02/2011
PEOPLES’ CLINIC FOR BETTER HEALTH BENEFITS FROM IRISH TEA Port Huron, MI…Offering a beautiful array of delectable desserts, a fine blend of hearty tea and the fellowship of committed community members, St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron was the proud focus of the Fourth Annual Irish Tea, held in early March 2011 during CelticFest. The tea, designed to celebrate Sisters of Mercy Foundress Sister Catherine McAuley, is hosted each year by the Daughters of Isabella Chapters 419 and 452 of Emmett and Marine City. Funds raised from the event will benefit the Peoples’ Clinic for Better Health.
Presenting a $2,000 event contribution check to St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron President & CEO Peter Karadjoff (left to right) Sylvia Dietlin of China Township; Rosemary Kowalski of East China Township; and Marilyn Dunn of Marysville, all of the Marine City Chapter 419; along with Julia Detroyer of Riley Township, Elgia Wessel of Goodells Township; and Linda Knocke, of Goodells Township, the three members representing the Emmett Chapter 452 of the Daughters of Isabella. Peoples’ Clinic for Better Health provides free medical care to St. Clair County residents 18 through 64 years of age, who are uninsured and lack the financial resources to pay for their care. The Peoples’ Clinic is co-sponsored by St. Joseph Mercy Hospital and the St. Clair County Medical Society. It is funded in part by the United Way of St. Clair County. To learn more about the Peoples’ Clinic, please call 810-985-4747; or visit St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron online at mymercy.us.
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St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron. A member of the Saint Joseph Mercy Health System.