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Healing Hands health care fundraiser will be all virtual

Healing Hands health care fundraiser will be all virtual

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BRISTOL, Tenn. — Due to COVID-19, Healing Hands Health Center will hold its 15th annual Fundraising Gala as an online virtual event.

“Mask”erade! will be held Thursday from 6:30-7:30 p.m., and registration is currently open, and there’s no charge. The event will include a live auction that benefits the clinic’s charitable medical and dental operations. The silent auction is open now for bidding.

To sign up, go to and enter the promotional code 123 while registering. After registration, attendees will receive a link to log in the night of the event.

Healing Hands is a Christian ministry that provides charitable health care to the uninsured of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. The clinic is at 245 Midway Medical Park in Bristol, Tennessee.

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