Saint Michael’s Clinic is hosting a multicultural event on Saturday for the entire family to enjoy. This event will help raise money so the clinic can provide free primary care for low income or uninsured families in Calhoun County. Saint Michael’s has been serving the community since 1988. Seeing more than 20 patients on a daily basis.
Starting tomorrow at noon, the clinic will host an event full of food, arts, crafts, and music from Central and South America. Volunteers within the community who have bilingual Hispanic backgrounds will be decorating, and preparing foods for everyone to enjoy.
Mudiam says entry into the event is free, and tickets will be available for purchase for people looking to taste foods from different cultures. All proceeds will go directly to Saint Michael’s Clinic. The Multicultural event is at Word Alive International Outreach and will begin at noon and end at 5 p.m.