The Class of 2017 from Mercer University School of Medicine donated $517.65 to the Macon Volunteer Clinic. Pictured, from left, are School of Medicine Dean Dr. Jean Sumner; members of the Class of 2017, Dr. Jacob Fitzpatrick and Dr. Brittany Chandler; Rita McCurdy, executive director of Macon Volunteer Clinic; Angela Millett, volunteer coordinator for Macon Volunteer Clinic; and Dr. W. Patrick Roche, associate dean of student affairs for the School of Medicine.
The Class of 2017 from Mercer University School of Medicine donated $517.65 to the Macon Volunteer Clinic. Pictured, from left, are School of Medicine Dean Dr. Jean Sumner; members of the Class of 2017, Dr. Jacob Fitzpatrick and Dr. Brittany Chandler; Rita McCurdy, executive director of Macon Volunteer Clinic; Angela Millett, volunteer coordinator for Macon Volunteer Clinic; and Dr. W. Patrick Roche, associate dean of student affairs for the School of Medicine. Special to The Telegraph
The Class of 2017 from Mercer University School of Medicine donated $517.65 to the Macon Volunteer Clinic. Pictured, from left, are School of Medicine Dean Dr. Jean Sumner; members of the Class of 2017, Dr. Jacob Fitzpatrick and Dr. Brittany Chandler; Rita McCurdy, executive director of Macon Volunteer Clinic; Angela Millett, volunteer coordinator for Macon Volunteer Clinic; and Dr. W. Patrick Roche, associate dean of student affairs for the School of Medicine. Special to The Telegraph

Graduating class leaves gift for local nonprofit

July 13, 2017 12:05 PM

UPDATED July 15, 2017 12:32 PM

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