Money raised to help the uninsured get medical care

A fundraiser in Pigeon Forge Tuesday helped raised money for a medical clinic that provides medical care to people who don

Nearly $1600 was raised on Tuesday for people without insurance in Sevier County. (Source: Kyle Grainger, WVLT)

PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- A fundraiser in Pigeon Forge Tuesday helped raised money for a medical clinic that provides medical care to people who don't have insurance.

Reagan's House of Pancakes hosted an event for Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic at both restaurant locations Tuesday. For $5 people got to enjoy a buffet and drink.

The clinic says nearly $1600 was collected during the event.


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