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Celebrate Virginia Garcia's 35th Anniversary and National Health Center Week next week!

Please join us as we celebrate Virginia Garcia’s rich history and 35 years of serving the community!


In celebration of Virginia Garcia’s 35th Anniversary and National Health Center Week, Virginia Garcia will be hosting three special events.


Oral History Presentations and Tours:


On August 13th, we will host special oral history presentations by the community leaders who shaped Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center. Speakers include Dr. Greg Mecklem, Virginia Garcia's first physician; Maria Loredo; Gil Muñoz and others. Following the presentations, you are invited to get a behind-the-scenes look at our Cornelius Clinic through personalized tours.


When: August 13th at 10am and again at 2pm.


Where: The oral history segment will take place at Centro Cultural: 1174 N. Adair St. Cornelius, OR. The tour segment will take place across the street at Virginia Garcia's Cornelius Clinic: 85 N. 12th St. Cornelius, OR.


Health and Resource Fair:


On August 13th more than fifty organizations will come together to provide resource information, education, and health and dental screenings to the public. There will be activities for kids, special team mascot appearances and more! Please join us and help us spread the word.


When: August 13th from 10am to 3pm.


Where: Virginia Garcia's Cornelius Clinic: 85 N. 12th St. Cornelius, OR.


Virginia Garcia’s Anniversary Party:


Join us on August 15th all day at Trebol Restaurant for live music, delicious Oaxacan cuisine, raffle items and more! 10% of all sales will go to Virginia Garcia.


When: August 15th from 11am to 10pm.


Where: Trebol Restaurant: 4835 N. Albina, Portland, OR.


Please help us spread the word by passing this on to your contacts. Thank you!


Virginia Garcia is a nonprofit organization which provides high quality, comprehensive and culturally appropriate primary health care to the communities of Washington and Yamhill Counties with a special emphasis on migrant farmworkers and others who face barriers to accessing care.