Obama Inaugural Party Raises Money for Community Medical Fund

We had a great party at the Depot in New Meadows sponsored by the Adams County Democrats. A number of Valley County Democrats joined our Adams County friends. As part of the event we put out a call for to the community to participate in a service project to celebrate the Inaugural of President Obama.  We raised $1200 for the Community Medical Fund that helps adults who have no insurance to pay for emergency medication, counseling and other medical services. Thanks to all for contributing.

Valley County Day of Service- Jan. 19

President Obama volunteering

Valley County Day Of Service Committee is joining with President Obama on Jan. 19 with a nationwide service initiative. In Valley County as part of the Day of Service we are asking for support to assist the work of the Community Medical Fund which provides assistance to adults who lack health insurance and are low income who can not pay for medication, counseling and other medical care. Please send a contribution to the Community Medical Fund, Inc, a tax exempt 501c3 organization which assists residents in Valley and Adams County.

The President has said that the challenges America faces are unprecedented, and that we need to build a new foundation for economic growth in America. The Administration has begun this work with dramatic new investments in education, health care, and clean energy, but they cannot do this alone here in Washington. Economic recovery is as much about what you’re doing in your communities as what they’re doing in Washington –- and it’s going to take all of us, working together

Contributions can be brought to the Presidential Inaugural Party on Saturday, Jan. 19, 7-10 p.m.  at the Depot in New Meadows or sent to P.O. Box 1274, McCall, Idaho, Attn: J. Aymon, Day of Service Project.

Any questions, contact Jackie Aymon at jjaymon@frontiernet.net