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Cinco de Mayo

The Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic held its Cinco de Mayo fundraiser last Thursday in the clinic parking lot. A total of 222 Mexican fare meals-to-go were purchased online, and patrons picked them up in the late afternoon. Sponsors and friends were also able to tour the clinic and enjoy a beverage on the grounds. To raise more funds, an online auction opened on May 5. Fifty-eight auction items may be viewed at Many local businesses and individuals contributed goods, services, and/or gift certificates. Proceeds benefit the GMCC, which serves uninsured and underinsured residents of Gloucester and Mathews. The Cinco de Mayo auction ends on Sunday. Shown here, GMCC executive director Arlene Armentor, left, and board member Nancy Dykeman stand ready to hand out meal bags.

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