The Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic raised more than $20,000 at its third annual Oyster Roast & BBQ on Nov. 1 at Boxley Farm in Harcum, the home of Bill and Faith Farinholt.
All proceeds will go toward the clinic’s Morgan Family Pharmacy and The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation.
The GMCC clinic pharmacy is named after the Morgan family. The Morgan name has been connected with the Gloucester area and the word “pharmacy” since 1922 when “Happy” Morgan moved to Gloucester as a new pharmacist and soon after opened Morgan’s Drug Store.
GMCC was awarded a $50,000 matching grant from The Parsons Foundation for the capital campaign to pay for the purchase, renovation and equipping of that new facility.
For more information about the Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic, call Colleen C. Jenkins at 804-210-1368 and press option 3. ...
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