Lisa Bryan, KP News

Penny Gazabat, left, was recognized for her work as a founding member of the Key Free Clinic with an award from the clinic’s board of directors, presented by board president Chuck West during the Livable Community Fair at the KP Civic Center May 6. Gazabat is the executive director of Key Peninsula Community Services in Home. “We just started talking with Dr. Roes and Dr. Patterson, and then it (the clinic) started out at my place five or six years ago,” she said. “After the first year, we decided to move it to Key Center.” The clinic now offers dental and vision services. Gazabat recently resigned as clinic treasurer.

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