The Rappahannock Garden Club has been with us for as long as we’ve had a building, beautifying the surroundings to help lift the spirits of our patients, volunteers, and staff. We should be thanking you every day for helping make our world brighter, and many of us do, but silently. At this time, when so…

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Services at the Northern Neck – Middlesex Free Health Clinic, which have continued with modifications throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, are being further adjusted as Virginia phases in its reopening. “We’ve been able to stay open and deliver patient care in new ways during this crisis,” said Clinic CEO Jean Nelson. “This includes some creative initiatives,…

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The Northern Neck – Middlesex Free Health Clinic remains open to provide access to essential healthcare during this time. The health and safety of our patients, staff, and community is our priority. To help prevent the spread of Covid-19 the Clinic is taking these actions: All patients: If you have a fever, shortness of breath, or…

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William and Mary students who spent their spring break working at the Clinic in March – for the eighth year in a row – were called back early this year due to the coronavirus. They still moved mountains for us, and left with a few parting gifts. Shown with some of the staff, they returned…

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The Third Annual Northern Neck Chefs’ Table Reception to benefit the Clinic will be held July 31, 2019, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club. Indian Creek and Chesapeake Bank are co-sponsors of the event, which brings in some of the area’s finest chefs preparing samples of local cuisine for…

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C.E. Jennings, 58, is living with a disability, on an SSI income of $750 a month, or $9,000 per year, far below the federal poverty level. She also supports a daughter and grandchild, and receives $363 a month ($4,356 per year) in food stamps. Counting both her income and food stamps, she’s living on $13,356…

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For the seventh consecutive year, students from the College of William & Mary spent their spring break doing community service work at the Northern Neck – Middlesex Free Health Clinic. Ten students were a part of the college’s “Branch Out” program at the Clinic, spending their days and evenings on a variety of tasks at…

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A cancer diagnosis isn’t just life-threatening. It’s life-changing. And it’s largely up to the person being diagnosed just what kind of changes those will be. For Joan Ball of White Stone, who was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in late 2016, her journey “changed me in many ways. I’m more compassionate, humble, understanding. Now…

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The Northern Neck –Middlesex Free Health Clinic (NNMFHC) celebrated its 25th anniversary on Saturday, October 6. The Clinic was transformed for the occasion, with a tent placed and beautifully decorated in front of the building for the hors d’oeuvres, refreshments, and remarks. Donors, volunteers and supporters moved in and out of the facility for guided…

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About 150 guests enjoyed food and camaraderie on Wednesday, July 18, as Indian Creek Yacht and County Club hosted the second Chefs’ Table event to benefit the Northern Neck – Middlesex Free Health Clinic. Six restaurants participated in the fund-raiser for the Clinic, preparing specialties to serve buffet-style to the guests. Brief remarks were given…

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