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Friday, November 27, .2015 - The News - Page 3A By Doris Gardenhire Other important stuffcom- theyhave some beautifulnew Specialto TheNews ing up: Nov. 20, the annual clothing, tops and accessories. ATHENS-Thank you, Thanksgiving Bake Sale. This Holiday items are beginning to thank you, thank you! For is quite a bit of time before show up, and they now have your support ofthe Masquer- Thanksgiving, but that's what ETMC T-shirts for sale. ade Jewelry/Accessories freezers are for, right? Patsy Our Christmas Tree will be sale. We had the largest Thomsberry is in charge of setupNov.23,withRuthLang crowd and biggest sales ever, this sale. As usual, the hours in charge. All members are thanks to Jan Richardson, are from 7 a.m. until allis gone. invitedto help setup and deco- chair ofthe event, andFrankie The beaufiful quilt giveaway rate. It will not be a "honor" McEntire for advertising.And is going on currently through or "memorial" tree this time, to you, who came out to buy, Monday, Dec. 17. This quilt just a decorated tree we pro- of course! was handmade by one of our vide to spread Christmas The new owners bought volunteers, Pat Hudson. King cheer. great merchandise and more size, it measures 107 inches We welcome new mem- of it, for which we are thank- by 97 inches. Tickets are avail- bers Bobbie Jean Gall, who ful. The next sale will be able at the Gift Shop. will be working in the Gift March 17-18, 2016. Speaking of the Gift Shop, Shop, and Janet Skelton, who is training in Surgery Waiting. Friday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and Wednesday ofthe month, Dec. We are so glad to have new Menus, Friday morning and 2 this year, is always a very members, always, as we are weekends, special day when all areas of always losing people due to At the November general thehospitalhonorvolunteersfor sickness orpersonal problems, meeting, the nominating com- their contributions to the suc- Some people worry about mittee for next year was cess of ETMC. catching something at the hos- named: JoAnneViclry, Wanda So the next General Meet- pital, but with the flu vaccine Kinney, andVhginl"aNorman, ing will be Jan. 6, 2016. If you and the Stop Signs on infec- Also at the meeting, Ruth wouldliketojoinus, wewould tious patients' doors, there is Lang reported on the success be happy to have you. Just pick little danger of "catching" oftheDistrict 10meeting.Pal- up an application in the Gift something, estine will host the next year, Shop or ask at the Information We have a few openings and Jacksonville will after that. Desk. Thanks again for all your on the information desk There will be no General support! Wednesdaysfrom4to7p.m; Meeting in December, since This is pretty long, soI'llwait the Gifl Shop on Tuesday and that is the date ofour extra spe- untilnextmonthtoconlinueteU- Wednesday afternoons; Sur- cial brunch ETMC provides ing you how great our volun- gery Waiting Thursday and for the volunteers. The first teers are! Honor Rolls Peyton Fortner, Shelby Gatlin, MALAKOFF HIGH "A/B" Honor Roll Spencer Grisham, James Hall, SCHOOL Ninth grade Jason Harris, Michaela Horn, Caleb Adams, Emma Arnote, Kamry Hurd, Shelby Kesler, 2rid six weeks Kaitlyn Betz, Ashlyn Black, Colton Payton Lowrie, Alexis Lundy, "A" Honor Roll Booth, Rebecca Brown, Bailey Clayton Mattingly Nicholas Burke, Abbigail Burns, Colby McKenzie, Dallas Ricks, David Ninth grade Calhoun, Dania Garcia, Christian Rios Perales, Tyler Russell, Shaylea Boles, Fantasia Guerrero, Paige Hodge, Mallorie Curston Sparks, Joseph Stegall, Bryant, Madelynn Dunklin, Jackson, James Jonas, Brykell Hannah Terzis, Kerrian Toliver, Everardo Garcia, Jace Garcia, Killingsworth, Mackenzie Lincks, Julia Walden, Michael Williams, Greyson Givens, Johnathan Brenden McClintock, MonicaSarah Wilson, Mackenzie Hernandez, Kinsey Leis, Hailey Oviedo, Joseph Prnka, Cameron Zajac. Myers, Paton Willbanks, Roberts, Emily Rodriguez, Breanna Twelfth grade Michelle Wingo. Rogers, Skyler Runyon, Rocio Colton Barker, Mardella Tenth Grade Salazar, Nathanial Shumate, Savan- Brookins-Sparks, Kole Burns, Wyatt Dixon, Cheyenne nah Sims, Adrien Staats, Joshua Kelsey Byrd, Mason Coker, Robertson, Ari Tart, Eden White. Stamper, Ka'Derrious Thomas, Allison Dalrymple, Deondra Eleventh Grade Ja'Tarion Walker, Tyler Wittram. Dowell, Dianna Garcia, Jonathan Kaley Bullock, Erika Tenth grade Green, Dylan Grim, Jonathan Cardenas, Patricia Garcia, Daja Barron, Trinity Beck, Mat- Hernandez, Leticia Hernandez, Meagan Miller, Tamia Polk, thew Cobb, Destinie Jones, Juddson Dustin Horton, Leonardo Ibarra, Dalton Strange, Abigail Terzis, Miller, Luke Schlitz, Cody Stone, Jordan Jenkins, Dustin Miller, Sarah Williams. Chancy Tart. Nicolas Moreno, Cheyenne Twelfth Grade Eleventh grade Ramsey, Kiana Reed, Gabrielle Jared Barr, Jessica Cardenas, Mallory Baccus, Quarterrio Robinson, Jesse Rodriguez, Willo Candace Denis, Hazel Puemple, Barker, Mason Blaser, Jordan iam Sanders, Hunter Snow, Madelaine Walker, JacobCovington, Philip Busch, Tyler Tristen Tobey, Ashley Williams, Woolverton. Crawford, Cheyenne Dollison, Dylan Wilson. iNN m mmm mnmm mmmm m Sectionals BunRDeas Starting Special to The News offering the highest lev- Medical Association and T Y L E R- T r i n i t y els of care to our patients the American Medical Mother Frances Douglas here." Association. Clinic in Tyler welcomed Almodovar joins Trin- "There is a real need new provider Melissa ity Mother Frances Hos- for medical professionals Almodovar, MD, to serve pitals and Clinics after in this community who the patients of its grow- earning her medical de- speak Spanish, and I am ing community practice, at gree at UAG School of pleased to be able to of- the beginning of August. Medicine in Guadalajara, fer that to the patients of "We are excited to add Mexico, and the Ponce Trinity Mother Frances Dr. Almodovar to our al- School of Medicine in Hospitals and Clinics," ready outstanding team Ponce, Puerto Rico. Almodovar said. at the Douglas Clinic," She completed herresi- "And, I am thrilled to Trinity Mother Frances dency in Internal Medi- be joining Trinity Mother Douglas Clinic Manager cine at Hospital de la Frances Hospitals and Haley Clark said. Concepci6n in San Clinics through the Dou- "She brings a wealth of German, Puerto Rico. glas Clinic. The physi- expertise and experience Almodovar is certified cians, nurses, APPs and to the clinic. She will be by the American Board staff are top-notch, and I an invaluable asset to of Internal Medicine and am excited to continue to Trinity Mother Frances is a member of the meet the people of this Hospitals and Clinics and American College ofPhy- community and get to an important resource in sicians, the Southern work." Sofa/Love Sets ! ONE elI.L | Starting @ $659 i ONP LOW I | PRICE | :SS SAL Advertise Your E " " Twin Starting @ $ i 59 " Business or Event Full Starting @ $199 0 STATEWlDE ii," Queen Starting @ $229 II | | Recliners newspaperW foi more information ! @ 219 Futons 1930"887"4511 Starting @ $ 229 | EXPERIENCE COUNTS ~%vers ~i~,~ mare ~han ] OO ye~rrs combine d experrise may occur 30 to 50 years alter ex- Ryan A. Krebs, M.D., J.D. p0sure to asbestos. Many work- boc,o~.~in Ful]-timeLaw Practi,~ ers were exposed from the 1940s Rid'~ardA. Dodd, LC. through the 1970s. 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