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Fisher House presented with check

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Pictured during the check presentation are Jefferson Memorial director of marketing and community relations Clyde Callicott and Kerri Childress of the Pittsburgh Fisher House Home.

The Pittsburgh Fisher House is a 10-bedroom “home away from home” that provides a place for visiting families to stay, free of charge, while their loved ones receive inpatient medical care at VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System. The Pittsburgh Fisher House is professionally furnished and features a common kitchen, laundry facilities, spacious dining room, living room with a library, and toys for children.

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Correction: This story has been updated to reflect spelling the Pittsburgh Fisher House.

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