Project Kickball Help Group GIve Free Health Care

Reported by: Webb Wright
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Updated: 10/01/2013 9:49 am
       Several area teams hit the diamond for a great cause, and re-lived some childhood memories in the process. Thirteen teams suited up to play in a kickball tournament at Warner Park to benefit Project Access.
       The organization is a program sponsored by the Medical Foundation of Chattanooga.  It provides free health care to the working poor.
       WDEF News 12 even fielded their own team, complete with Joe Legge in baseball pants and nothing but pure hustle from Dreanne Newton.
Everyone had a great time for a great cause.
       "Since Project Access was founded back in 2004, We have provided over one hundred and ten million dollars worth of specialized health care to those who were without health insurance in Hamilton County," says Kevin Lusk with the Medical Foundation of Chattanooga
        The event raised almost 5 thousand dollars for Project Access.
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