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Nurses attend conference

Eleven school nurses from the Fayette County Public School System who attended the 22nd annual Georgia Association of School Nurses Statewide Educational Conference in Athens July 17-18. Pictured are: back row, from left - Barbara Stephens, RN (Huddleston Elementary), Cindy Hill, RN (Fayette County High), Michele Petty, LPN (Bennett’s Mill Middle), Traci Ennis, RN (Whitewater High), Kelli Kalen, RN (Starr’s Mill High), Mary Nicholson, RN (Crabapple Lane Elementary), and Donna Lawrence, RN (Minter Elementary); front row, from left - Kimberly Smith, RN (Burch Elementary), Jody Dettmering, LPN (Whitewater Middle), Denise Wade, LPN (Inman Road Elementary) and Debbie King, RN (Coordinator). Photo/Special.


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