Donations comes in all shapes and sizes, sometimes it’s a check, credit card payment, stocks, and sometimes it a piece of one’s heart shared through a special piece of art that educates others on the history of this place that we all call home. Kate Lawler Perry has always had a passion for history and a deep desire to recreate something of meaning and value through her paintings. Her family has lived in the Gordon-Wascott area for over four generations, which explains her passion and dedication in using art to tell stories.
NorthLakes Community Clinic was delighted to recently receive four of her paintings that will be on permanent display at their Minong clinic. According to the Minong Clinic manager, April Featherly: “The Minong area has some of the most generous community members. They give out of kindness to brighten their neighbor’s day. These pictures will certainly bring a smile to our clients and visiting community member. We are honored that Kate’s work of art will be a part of our clinic.”
NorthLakes Minong Clinic provides a wide range of services, including medical, chiropractic care, virtual nutrition therapy, and prescriptive and behavioral health services, along with health and wellness support. NorthLakes is open to everyone regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. To learn more, call the clinic at (715) 329-1288.
[Photo: Left To Right: Madelaine Rekemeyer/NorthLakes Development Director, Kate Perry, Artist and April Featherly, Minong Clinic Manager]