RI Free Clinic honors dedicated volunteer with custom award from Ahlers Designs

The Rhode Island Free Clinic, established in 1999, has instituted a statewide network of dedicated medical volunteers, working in conjunction with academic, medical, and community partners, to provide free comprehensive medical care to the uninsured, and low-income adults of Rhode Island.

Tomorrow October 10th, 2012 the Free Clinic will honor Dr. Gus Manacchia for being an extremely dedicated volunteer since 2005, having contributed more than 400 hours of his time to care for patience and also serving as a member of the Medical Advisory Committee. He has been a tireless advocate for the Clinic and the working poor in Rhode island.

Artist Gail Ahlers, created this custom award from assorted materials including reclaimed lumber, and recycled materials using caps from pill containers from CVS. Each CVS cap signifies the many ways he has helped his patients both large and small. Touching each life with compassion, understanding, and guidance. Such dedicated services toward health and wellness have improved the quality of life for countless individuals.

Ahlers Designs takes great pride to have been commissioned by the Rhode Island Free Clinic to custom design this award given in recognition and with sincerest thanks. At Ahlers Designs, “The art of recognition” is at the heart of every project. We custom design awards and executive gifts that accentuate your organization’s unique culture, mission and industry. We make you memorable.

gailRI Free Clinic honors dedicated volunteer with custom award from Ahlers Designs

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