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4th Street Clinic Fundraiser

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There is still time to purchase tickets for a very important charity event to benefit the Fourth Street Clinic: A Toast to Good Health, which takes place this Thursday evening, July 14. --- A Toast to Good Health is an annual food- and wine-pairing benefit for the clinic and its underserved patients.

Tickets are $150 each—the exact cost of one medical visit at the clinic, including medical supplies, lab costs and pharmaceuticals. Each ticket purchased for A Toast to Good Health will make health care a reality for one homeless Utahn. The event will take place at Log Haven Restaurant (6451 E. Millcreek Canyon Road), from 6 to 8:30 p.m., and feature five wines selected by Wasatch Academy of Wine’s Sheral Showe, paired with dishes created by chef Dave Jones. To purchase tickets click here.