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GMCC receives $2K donation from Franktronics

The Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic received a cash donation of almost $2,000 from Franktronics, proceeds from its annual holiday light show.

The computer company holds its light show every year at the business location on Route 17, Hayes. Owner Frank Farmer started the light show in 2002 as an at-home display, and has developed it over the years into the current program which combines over 114,000 lights with holiday music, and has its own radio station. Every year, visitors show their thanks by leaving donations at the store, with Farmer and his staff selecting a charity recipient.

The Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic was chosen as this year’s beneficiary, the second time it has received this honor.GMCC, located on Industrial Drive in Gloucester, serves uninsured and Medicaid patients who reside in Gloucester, Mathews, and surrounding areas. The nonprofit clinic offers comprehensive medical and dental care, pharmacy services, and patient health education, and serves over 400 pati...

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