25th Annual Leaf Lookers GEMBOREE :: Friday, October 17 - Sunday, October 19 at the Macon County Community Building

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MedWest-Harris Hospice has announced Morgan Allen as the new manager of Hospice Operations and Administration and Jeanne Tillett as manager of Hospice Clinical and Quality Services.

Tillett and Morgan have accepted their new roles leading the MedWest-Harris Hospice in clinical/quality areas and operational/ administrative work.

Tillett has extraordinary experience in nursing leadership, both in acute and postacute settings. As manager of Hospice Clinical and Quality Services, Tillett has oversight for MedWest-Harris Hospice nursing and clinical services as well as quality and performance improvement initiatives.

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As the 2013 calendar flips over, millions of Americans get a new beginning by looking to live healthier lifestyles in the new year. In addition to extra hours at the gym, many grocery shoppers will also spend more time ensuring their carts are filled with healthier options to feed their families. Today's plethora of labels and buzzwords that adorn food packaging only makes the trip to the market even more daunting. In fact, many of the labels, such as "grass-fed" and "organic," that often suggest food is healthier refer only to how it was raised, not to the nutritional content.

Confused? You aren't alone. Volunteer farmers with the CommonGround program, a grassroots movement to start conversations about farming and food, want to help shoppers demystify several common food labels and make their trip to the market a little less stressful.

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Angel Medical Center Auxiliary’s Board of Directors voted to donate $22,000 to Angel Medical Center which was used, in part, to purchase a cardiac stress test machine which monitors the electrical activity of the heart. Funds were also allocated to refurbish the Intensive Care Unit’s waiting room. Arthur Chikka, AMC Auxiliary President, said, “when the auxiliary donates funds to AMC, enabling the purchase of new equipment, such as this stress test machine, the auxiliary is fulfilling its stated mission of assisting the medical center in treating its patients more efficiently and thoroughly.”

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Angel Medical Center (AMC) is fortunate to have community leaders who make the commitment to serve the hospital as members of the Board of Trustees says Bonnie Peggs, director of marketing and public relations. The board consists of 17 members including representatives of different parts of the community that AMC serves. Each member serves a four-year term and can serve one successive term with the chairman serving one additional year as immediate past chair. Board members also each serve on a sub-committee and take part in a number of hospital events and activities. Most importantly, the board provides governance and leadership in setting the overall strategic direction of our health system.

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