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Associated Credit Union Donates $5,000 to Good Shepherd Clinic
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Associated Credit Union of Dawsonville representatives presented the Good Shepherd Clinic with a check for $5,000 in November. Pictured from left are Mark Waller, ACU executive vice president and chief operating officer; Matt Wall, ACU branch service representative; Dick McNeill, Good Shepherd Clinic board member; Connie Smith, ACU branch manager; Kay Parrish, clinic manager; and Tony Kellar. - photo by For the Dawson County News

On behalf of the Associated Credit Union Foundation, Mark Waller, executive vice president and chief operating officer, donated $5,000 to the Good Shepherd Clinic of Dawson County in November 2018. The donation is one of the largest received by the charitable group since opening the clinic in 2009. ACU’s Dawsonville Branch Manager, Connie Smith, participated in the occasion. 

“I have been so privileged to work with the Good Shepherd Clinic,” Smith said. “Every experience has been positive, and I truly believe in the work they are doing for the residents of Dawson County.”

The Good Shepherd Clinic is a 501(c)(3) organization located behind Burger King off Hwy. 53. Their mission is to provide health care services for those in Dawson County who would not typically have access.

“We are grateful for the donation from Associated Credit Union,” said Kay Parrish, executive director of the Good Shepherd Clinic. “Donations like these are what help us continue growing our outreach and helping the residents of Dawson County who are in need.”   

For more information on the Good Shepherd Clinic and how to get involved, visit www.goodshepherddawsonco.org.

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