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Samaritan Clinic hosts their 3rd Annual Hands of Hope banquet

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The Samaritan Clinic celebrates their 3rd annual Hands of Hope Banquet! The Samaritan clinic focuses on physicians that give their time and practice to uninsured and underinsured people of the Albany community.

The banquet was held to acknowledge those selfless enough to help out those in need.

'' So here we are three years later we are here to once again tell our story about what we've been able to do in patients lives and we are really excited about that", says coordinator Nedra Folson.

Mayor Willie Adams was in attendance to celebrate the service that these medical practitioners have devoted to Albany. Proceeds from the banquet will help to fund the clinic.

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