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Name: Oak Bank's Annual Great Pumpkin Give Away benefiting Access Community Health Centers
Date: October 13, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT
Oak Bank Great Pumpkin Give Away Fundraiser
Event Description:
Oak Bank is proud to announce the 18th Annual Great Pumpkin Give Away scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 13th from 9am to noon.  When you make a cash donation to Access Community Health Centers you will get a pumpkin just in time for Halloween!  Families are welcome to come to Oak Bank's green space at 5951 McKee Road Fitchburg, to enjoy kids’ activities, local mascots, refreshments, a Fun Play Inflatable bouncer and horse and carriage rides! Mark your calendar!  For more information, call 441-6000 or visit us on Facebook.
 
Access Community Health Centers provides medical, dental and behavioral health care to people throughout our community with the greatest need and the fewest resources.  Since 1982, Access has worked to remove the barriers many patients experience in getting the care they need, offering them a “health care home”, regardless of their ability to pay. Last year, more than 28,000 people received the care they needed at Access. Visit http://accesscommunityhealthcenters.org/ to learn more.
 
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Location:
Oak Bank
5951 McKee Rd.
Fitchburg, WI 53719
Date/Time Information:
Saturday, October 13th, 9am to noon.
Contact Information:
Karen Virnoche
Fees/Admission:
Free but seeking donations for Access Community Health Centers.
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