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Piedmont Fayette Auxiliary donates to Wellspring

Piedmont Fayette Hospital’s Auxiliary recently honored Wellspring Living by donating $680 in cash and gift certificates. Auxiliary members also donated a wide range of household/personal items needed to support Wellspring Living’s mission, which confronts the issue of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation through awareness, training, and treatment programs for women and girls. To learn more about Wellspring Living visit www.wellspringliving.org. More than 270 volunteers are members of Piedmont Fayette’s Auxiliary services. Pictured are Piedmont Fayette Hospital Auxiliary member, Lena Slaughter and Auxiliary President, Maggie Napoli with Cindy Battles and Dana Konick from Wellspring Living. For more information about Piedmont Fayette’s volunteer opportunities call 770-719-7098. Photo/Special.

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