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DIRECTOR CARLOS NELSON WARE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS President Carl James called on Program Chair Sondra Crews to introduce Carlos Nelson, Director of the Board of Elections for Ware County. Mr. Nelson had intended to present information on the local impact of the...
OKEFENOKEE AGRICULTURAL FAIR WAYCROSS EXCHANGE CLUB HAD A RECORD ATTENDANCE OF NEARLY 20,000 PAID ATTENDEES. THAT MORE THAN DOUBLED ATTENDANCE AND REVENUE OF THE 2019 FAIR. THANKS TO ALL THE EXCHANGE MEMBERS, FAMILY, AND FRIENDS WHO VOLUNTEERED TO HELP US HAVE OUR...
WAYCROSS & WARE COUNTY HAPPENINGS/TOURISM BUREAU & VISITOR CENTER President Carl James called on Daniel Warren to introduce the speaker for the October 28th program. Daniel introduced the Director of the Waycross Convention and Visitors Bureau, Mr. Patrick...
WOUND CARE CENTER
President Carl James called on Michael Ray to introduce the speaker for the September 2nd program. Lt. Ray introduced Briana Chapman, Director of the Wound Care Center of Memorial Satilla Health. She has been at the center for one month and the center itself opened in November 2020. It is located at 2004 Pioneer Street. September is Chronic Wound Month with particular emphasis on Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). PAD is a condition that develops when the arteries that supply blood to the internal organs, arms, and legs become completely or partially blocked as a result of atherosclerosis with the increased risk of developing non-healing wounds on the legs or feet.
UNISON BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
President Carl James called on Chris Gonzales, Chair Person, to introduce Allie Dixon, Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator, Unison Behavioral Health, a provider of a wide range of community-based services for individuals of all ages who struggle with difficulties at work, home, or at school.
Left to Right: Tony Tanner, Michael Ray, Larry Paulk, Bill Deason, Summer Stipe, Jake Strickland, Rod Langevin, Ginger Peagler, Harbin Farr, Jimmy White, Roger Collins, Burton Carter, Vince Settle.