More volunteers needed for Touched Twice Clinic

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Officials calling for many more ‘shepherds’

By Lisa King

Shelby’s 4th annual Touched Twice clinic coming up this Saturday not only provides free services of all kinds from medical and nutritional to clothing and grooming needs, but does it all with caring and compassion.

But this year, the clinic, to be held at First Baptist Church on Midland Trail as usual, is facing a shortfall of volunteers, a situation that could hurt the personal service that people have come to depend on, clinic officials say.

“What we need most this year are guest shepherds, said Clinic Coordinator Susan Bryant.

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