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  Vic Perry (L) community service director of the Rotary Club of Franklin presents a check from the club in the amount of $2,000 to Sallie Tallent, representative from Community Care Clinic for their work in the community. The check was presented at the January 25th, 2012 meeting.




The Rotary Club of Franklin Community Care Clinic Project 


The Community Care Clinic of Franklin provides free medical services to residents who are uninsured and who do not qualify for government assistance programs.  The Clinic is staffed by volunteers from the medical community and the community at large, and operates “after hours” at the Macon County Health Department two days a week. The Rotary Club of Franklin has an ongoing relationship with the Clinic, having supported it with both volunteers and cash donations.  In 2015-16 the club applied for a District Simplified Grant and donated $2,500 to the Clinic. In order to obtain grants in continuing to support the clinic going forward, the club will need to take a more hands on approach. If you have questions about the Community Care Clinic or would like to get involved, please contact Community Service Director for 2017-18 Patrick Bettencourt.





The Rotary Club of Franklin presented the Community Care Clinic $5000 on March 22, 2017.








Club President 2015-16 Sean Gibson presents clinic director Kim Losee a check for $5,000 on October 14, 2015.


Community Care Clinic of Franklin Director Franklin Ingram (L) receives a check in the amount of $2000 from Rotary Club of Franklin Community Service Director 2012-13 Vic Perry. The club contributes each year to the clinic which provides health care service to those that do not have insurance and cannot qualify for government assistance. The presentation was made at the January 23rd, 2013 meeting.