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November 23rd, 2017
Dear friends and neighbors,
Last week I took my first shift at the Volunteer Care Clinic in Provo. The clinic serves uninsured individuals who struggle with the financial means needed to provide for their own medical care.
I walked in the front door and saw a waiting room full of people seeking medical care. I was impressed by the cadre of volunteers who were there to gather information from the patients, provide translation services during the medical encounter, and assist eight medical professionals.
I finished my small service to these people feeling grateful that I had something to offer to them in their time of need.
Thanksgiving seems simple enough to almost miss. Like gratitude itself, it is easily lost between Halloween and Christmas.
My donated time at the Volunteer Clinic in Provo reminded me of the privilege it is to serve those in need. It is a privilege to serve my family. And it is a privilege to serve as your state representative.
Thank you for allowing me to serve.
State Representive, House District 27
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