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CCHCF Festival of Trees Committee supports Kid Clinic

CCHCF Festival of Trees Committee supports Kid Clinic

Thank you Festival of Trees for their generous donation of $50,000 to support the Kid Clinic. This donation will help pay for waiting room furniture, virtual waiting room games and other office-related items.

Pictured are members of the Festival of Trees Committee, representatives from Campbell County School District and the staff of the Kid Clinic at the site of the new clinic, which is under construction at the corner of Seventh Street and Kendrick Avenue, next to Twin Spruce Junior High.

The CCMG Kid Clinic is a school-based pediatric clinic in Gillette, Wyoming. The medical clinic serves children ages 2 weeks to 21 years old; and counseling services for children 4 years old to 21 years old. It's a unique collaboration with Campbell County Health and Campbell County School District.

The nearly 4,000 square foot clinic will have five exam rooms, a triage room and five counseling offices. The new Kid Clinic will be ready to see children in May 2021.

Learn more about the Kid Clinic at www.cchwyo.org/kidclinic.

The Campbell County Healthcare Foundation began in 1975 with a group of community leaders who came together to discuss funding the education of young people interested in healthcare careers. Since then, more than $2,000,000 in scholarships and grants have been given to people and projects. The CCHCF is the umbrella organization for:

  • Festival of Trees
  • The Legacy Advisory Board for The Legacy Living & Rehabilitation
  • Hospice Advisory Board
  • Close to Home Hospice Hospitality House
  • Cancer Care Committee
  • Scholarship Committee
  • VIP Project (Vaccine for Influenza Prevention) Committee

Learn more about them at www.cchcf.com.