More than 160 Benefit from Free Physical Exams

Many of the 161 people who received thorough health check-ups last week at Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic had lost homes and jobs in the November wildfires. Clinic staff members are doing everything they can to help fire victims with no health insurance get back on an even keel, providing free medical care and free medications whenever possible. In the meantime, we at the Clinic have maintained our routine of serving the 22,000 people on our active roll whenever the need arises. The ph...
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Titanic Black Tie Gala, 2017

On July 15, 2017, The Titanic Museum Attraction will host Mountain Hope's first ever Black Tie Gala at Sea. The night promises to be packed with fun and adventure, staying true to its Roaring 20s theme. Guests will enjoy a night of wonderful music and a great dinner before the event culminates in a campaign toast on the Grand Staircase at the end of the evening.  Guests will also have the opportunity to bid on a handful of unique auction items. Only 100 tickets are available for this exclusive e...
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Mercedes-Benz of Knoxville donates to Clinic

Fire victims with no health insurance will benefit from a $3,200 donation that Mercedes-Benz of Knoxville has made to Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic. Mercedes-Benz of Knoxville donated $100 for every Mercedes vehicle sold on Friday, Dec. 16, said Carrie Dugan, Company Spokesperson for the locally owned dealership.  The Mercedes dealership also sold "Smoky Mountain Strong" T-shirts for $15. The two fundraising activities netted $3,200, and Dugan presented a check for that amount to Mary Va...
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