Mountain Hope Appalachian Field Festival

October 6 is a date to remember. On that date, your taste buds are in for a delight. On Saturday, Oct. 6, in a field somewhere in Sevier County, Chef Adam Palmeno will prepare a pig roast as a very special fundraiser for Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic. Palmeno and his catering company, Private Chef, are already earning rave reviews across East Tennessee for his wonderful food. Palmeno will prepare roast pig and all the trimmings in his own style. His specialty is New World cuisine, whi...
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Mommy & Me with Team 22

On April 27th and 28th, award-winning Team 22 Studios is offering the public Mommy & Me mini photo sessions to benefit Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic!   Team 22 invites corporate and business sponsors to take part in this promotion to further benefit Mountain Hope.  Contact Team 22 Studios at 865.366.1213 to become a sponsor for this event or schedule your Mommy & Me Session. 
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Murder Planned for Fundraiser

There will be a dinner, an auction, music and a murder at Mountain Hope Good Shepherd’s Titanic fundraiser this year. Someone will unexpectedly “die” during the course of the evening, and guests will have the opportunity of solving the mystery. Whodunit and why? Finding out will be part of the fun at the event set for Saturday, July 14, beginning at 6 p.m. The setting for the event is the Titanic attraction in Pigeon Forge, itself spectacular. Guests will be wined and dined in the sumptuou...
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Murder on the Titanic Event

For additional ticketing options, call Ashley at 865.774.7684 Single Ticket $250.00 USD Pair of Tickets (2) $500.00 USD Party of four (4) $1,000.00 USD Table of eight (8) $2,000.00 USD Join us for a phenomenal night onboard the RMS Titanic where you'll be treated to a wonderful dinner, great music, an auction featuring some exceptional items...but be forewarned, not every guest will make it out alive, and if you do, your sleuthing skills will certainl...
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Free Physicals Offered in January

Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic is offering free physicals for uninsured Sevier County residents and workers on Wednesday, January 10 and Thursday, January 11. Sevierville, TN- December 12, 2017 – Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic will again offer free physical exams for members of the community who either live or work in Sevier County and are without health insurance.  The physicals are made possible through a partnership with the James H. Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennesse...
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You Can Help with Winter Warmth

It’s a tradition at Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic to decorate our Christmas tree in the front lobby with winter warmth. Mittens, hats, gloves, scarves and socks of all sizes, shapes and colors decorate our tree. Just before Christmas, our patients take what they need to stay warm from the tree as our gift to them. Christmas may not be on your horizon yet, but it’s on ours. We would love donations of those winter items. If you can knit, crochet or sew, home-made articles are always a big ...
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Team 22 Helps with Titanic Event

Team 22 Studios husband-wife owners went the extra mile to make Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic’s fundraiser at the Titanic Museum truly memorable for the participants. Not only did Ken and Angie Carriere donate a superhero photo shoot for a youngster as an auction item, they also took stunning 8-by-10-inch black-and-white portraits of everyone in attendance at the Roaring Twenties-themed event on July 15. Sensible Concrete sponsored the photos. Angie Carriere also took a beautiful pho...
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Gala at Sea is a Titanic Success

The Roaring Twenties came to life again July 15 at the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge as guests enjoyed the glittering Gala at Sea, a fundraiser for Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic. Guests, many of whom got into the spirit of the evening by wearing 1920s dress, were treated to a wonderful meal in the elegant Secret Dining Room. A violinist serenaded them at their tables as they ate. A duo provided music throughout the evening and for dancing. Auction items were varied, to say the le...
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Lions offer second opportunity for eye exams and glasses for fire victims

People displaced by the Sevier County wildfires at the end of November have another opportunity for a free eye exam and free eyeglasses, thanks to Smoky Mountain Lions Charities.  Because of the extraordinary amount of interest during a similar event held January 28, 2017 at the Boyd’s Bear facility in Pigeon Forge, organizers have decided to repeat the process.  Fire victims that responded to the January clinic were the recipients of 63 eye exams and 59 pairs of glasses. The charities’ m...
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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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