From left, Christina Schwyn, Jody McLean, Jessica Warriner, Marcee Medgin, Sequim Free Clinic Executive Director Sara Nicholls, Carolyn Dodds, Carol Dana, Dollie Sparks, Dave Sharman, Rick Brown, Deb Kahle, Sheryl Payseno Burley and Robert Dodds. (Windermere Real Estate)

From left, Christina Schwyn, Jody McLean, Jessica Warriner, Marcee Medgin, Sequim Free Clinic Executive Director Sara Nicholls, Carolyn Dodds, Carol Dana, Dollie Sparks, Dave Sharman, Rick Brown, Deb Kahle, Sheryl Payseno Burley and Robert Dodds. (Windermere Real Estate)

Windermere Foundation donates to clinic

SEQUIM — Windermere Real Estate/Sequim-East and Sunland brokers presented a $2,000 donation from the Windermere Foundation to the Sequim Free Clinic.

Since opening its doors in 2001, the clinic has provided $4,974,598 worth of care to the area, clinic Executive Director Sara Nicholls said in a news release.

The clinic is at 777 N. Fifth Ave. at the back of the building.

Volunteer physicians, nursing and support staff provide basic urgent care services to area uninsured and under-insured men and women at the nonprofit clinic run by Dungeness Valley Health & Wellness.

The clinic accepts donations at any time.

To donate, visit the clinic’s website at www.sequimfreeclinic.org.

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