10-year-old Collects Coins for Coughs

A 10-year-old boy has collected $182.44 from his school class to donate as Coins for Coughs to Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic. Mark James Howard of Kodak is part of 4-H. He is the service chairman for his club, which comprises Mrs. Benson's fourth grade class at Catlettsburg Elementary School.  The class has 21 students. Glenn Turner of the University of Tennessee’s Extension Service gives students ideas of service projects that could be done. 4-H clubs are supposed to do a different s...
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Brownie Group Collects Books for Clinic

Members of a local Girl Scout group told their leaders that they wanted to do something to help the children who visit Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic. The result: Brownie Group 20055 made a donation of children’s books to the Clinic. Brooke Blair, who with Michelle Callon and Rhonda Ratcliff leads the Brownie group, said the girls brought gently used children’s books from home. Brownies are Girl Scouts who are in second and third grades, aged 7 to 9. Some of the Brownies delivered the boo...
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Clinic Volunteer Donates Examination Table

Jerry Sandifer isn’t content with volunteering his time and expertise to Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic. He’s also donated an examination table for use in one of the Clinic’s examination rooms. Jerry is a Realtor who has owned Exit Tennessee Realty Pros in Wears Valley since 2005 and will shortly open another branch in Sevierville. As a volunteer firefighter and paramedic for more than 20 years, he has medical training that he puts to use on a regular basis by volunteering to do...
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Eagle Scout Project Beautifies Grounds

Bradley Minton had a very busy summer. He went to high school band camp. He went to church camp. He climbed mountains in New Mexico. Between and at the end of all those activities, he qualified to become an Eagle Scout by planning, supervising and coordinating the beautification of Mountain Hope’s landscaping. It was all in the nick of time. He completed the project just before he turned 18 last month, the cutoff date for completing Eagle Scout requirements. The Mountain Hope ground...
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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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