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A check for wellness

Members of the Fayette County Commission on Oct. 11 recognized the Cancer Wellness Committee for its work in raising funds for the Cancer Wellness Center at Piedmont Fayette Hospital. All the money raised through various efforts stays in the county and is used for complementary programs such as support groups, stress reduction classes, expressive arts classes, nutritional and educational Workshops, and exercise and fitness classes. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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mrs fran sheldon's picture

What a good cause. And it is so refreshing to see Mr. Steve Brown working side by side with members of the Chamber of Commerce. Congratulations to everyone working together.

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