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Free Dental, Medical, Hearing & Vision Services To Be Provided.
Smyth County Virginia has a new and wonderful opportunity coming
to us, but we need your support to help it become a reality.
On Friday April 29, Saturday April 30, and Sunday May 1, 2016,
under the umbrella of Remote Area Medical of Virginia, the first Annual
RAM-Smyth County VA is being held at the Mountain Empire Airport
in Groseclose VA.
RAMUSA.Org Clinics provide these services to patients Free of Charge,
on a First-Come, First-Serve basis by Health Care Professionals who
volunteer their time and expertise.
Patients can come from anywhere, not just Smyth County VA.
Please find Attached the RAM-Smyth County 2016 Flyer for
distribution everywhere via eMail and Print.
Please attend the RAM-Smyth County Coordinating Committee
meeting being held Friday, April 15, 2016 @ 10:00am in the
Administration Building (Blue Roof) at
Mountain Empire Airport
8223 Lee Hwy (Take Exit 54 Interstate 81 - Groseclose)
Rural Retreat, VA 24368
Now is the time for all people, including Health Care Professionals,
who wish to Volunteer their help at this year's RAM-Smyth County,
to Register at: Volunteers@RAMUSA.org
PLEASE SHARE THIS INFORMATION WITH EVERYONE
Thank You! Have A Healthi-Day! Ken
Kenneth J. Little, Jr., CRaDT-E
Remote Area Medical-Smyth County VA
276-243-8382 Voice-Text / RAM.Smyth.County@gmail.com
Second Annual Blue Line 5k Run/Walk and Gear Run
Saturday May 21st
Celtic Clanjamphry To
Hit Lincoln Stage This Saturday
Marion, VA – Four bands. One night. A blend of Cletic and Appalachain music will take center stage at The Lincoln Theatre on Saturday, April 30. WETS radio’s Celtic Clanjamphry is being performed live with host Jack Beck, Wendy Welch, Sigean, Fire in the Kitchen, and Night Crossing. Each band brings their own unique sound with Cletic influences and the performance will be recorded for the radio and to serve as a new music recording for each band. “We’re really excited to think that some of The Lincoln performances might be included in the bands’s future albums,” stated Lincoln Director Kristin Untiedt-Barnett. The performance starts at 7:00pm on Saturday and will offer nearly 2 hours of live music.
General Admission tickets for this performance are $15 each and may be purchased at the Box Office, by calling 276-783-6092, or online at www.thelincoln.org.
The Lincoln Theatre is a non-profit arts organization and receives programming support from Virginia Commission for the Arts and National Endowment for the Arts, the Town of Marion, the Williams-Berry Charitable Foundation, Smyth County Community Hospital, and members of our community.