This year, I decided to donate a subscription of Lifeline to my health clinic. Last year, most of our groups each donated a subscription to various health care offices in our areas, and I thought I could do the same as an individual. So I contacted my health clinic, and the clinic staff were very welcoming and appreciative. They gave me a contact person in case I needed a name to complete the order for the subscription. It turned out I didn’t even need it. It was a wonderful feeling to fill out the subscription form and send Lifeline as a gift. I’ve

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