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Clínica Tepeyac’s 2013 Fiesta Encantada Marks a Time to Celebrate and Give Thanks
Date:9/19/2013

gnize those individuals who have selflessly shared their time and talents on behalf of the most vulnerable members of our community,” says Clínica Tepeyac Founder and Executive Director Jim Garcia. “Dr. Jenkins and Dr. Baca epitomize the spirit of volunteerism and an inspiration for our our entire community..

If you are interested in attending the Fiesta, you can reserve your space for $100 per person at Blacktie Colorado RSVP code: Fiesta2013. People who can’t attend the event, but still wish to donate to Clínica Tepeyac can do so at http://www.clinicatepeyac.org. For inquiries about Fiesta 2013, contact Yolanda Ortega at yortega(at)clinicatepeyac(dot)org. For more information regarding sponsorship opportunities, call Lucille Rivera at 720-274-2929.

About Clínica Tepeyac

Since 1994, Clínica Tepeyac has provided basic and preventive health care and health education to tens of thousands of uninsured residents across the Metro Area—serving as a critical safety net for those in need and minimizing the collective impact of the uninsured on the region’s public health system.

Fiesta 2013 is an opportunity to recognize Clínica Tepeyac’s contributors, affiliates and advocates whose support has helped the clinic care for more than 6,000 clients, and nearly 16,000 patient visits annually. More than 600 supporters are expected to celebrate Clínica Tepeyac’s legacy of service to the region’s medically underserved and uninsured.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11141136.htm.


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