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There will be a volunteer reception Sunday September 17th at 11:30 am.  alphateam.jpgAll volunteer, employees and their families are invited to come and enjoy a pizza lunch and sing karaoke with the staff.

 

As a membership driven association, our clinics are committed to gary.jpgproviding quality primary care services in a linguistically and culturally appropriate manner for the uninsured, underinsured, working poor, high-risk and vulnerable populations.  As a membership driven association, our clinics are committed to providing quality primary care services in a linguistically and culturally appropriate haedsup.jpgmanner for the uninsured, underinsured, working poor, high-risk and vulnerable populations.

 

As a membership driven association, our clinics are committed to providing quality primary care services in a linguistically and culturally appropriate manner for the uninsured, underinsured, working poor, high-risk and vulnerable populations.  As a membership driven association, our clinics are committed to providing quality primary care services in a linguistically and culturally appropriate manner for the uninsured, underinsured, working poor, high-risk and vulnerable populations.  As a membership driven association, our clinics are committed to providing quality primary care services in a linguistically and culturally appropriate manner for the uninsured, underinsured, working poor, high-risk and vulnerable populations.

Late Payments


The number of credit card bills paid late increased in the second quarter, according to the American Bankers Association,
rcortexGlassBG.jpgising to 4.54 percent from 4.51 percent in the first quarter. The average bank card delinquency rate over the last two years
is 4.44 percent.

Discover Financial Services, the credit-card company spun off from Morgan Stanley, said third-quarter profit declined 11
percent as late payments increased, the Riverwoods, Illinois company announced Sept. 25. Discover has lost almost half its
market value since it was spun off in June 2007.

Figures released last week show auto sales tumbled 27 percent in September as the credit crisis and slowing economy dragged
the industry to its worst month since 1991.

A quarterly Fed report issued on Sept. 18 showed household wealth fell from April to June for the third consecutive quarter
and borrowing slowed as home prices dropped and lenders pulled back. Net worth for households and non-profit groups decreased
by $438 billion in the second quarter to $56 trillion, the lowest since the end of 2006, according to the Flow of Funds
report. Real estate-related assets declined by $258.8 billion, following a $299.5 billion loss.