Vinings resident honored for volunteer work
by Nicole Dow
July 09, 2014 01:52 PM | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend
For Vinings resident Anne Cox, 67, lending a helping hand to others is just a natural way of life. “I love doing community work,” she said. “I just like to do things for people.” The Rotary Club of Vinings honored Cox June 23 with its 2014 Citizen of the Year award. “This is an award we have given out since our Rotary was established in 1989,” said Debby Bolt, past president. “It’s an award that is our highest award that we give to a non-Rotarian. We select a volunteer within the co...
Shepherd forms alliance with Colorado hospital
Shepherd Center, a Buckhead hospital that specializes in the treatment, research and rehabilitation of those with spinal cord and brain injuries, announced June 24 a new partnership with Craig Hosp...
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Column: Emergency room eavesdropping
Q: I’ve heard you poke fun about how country folks talk about their health problems. I live in a small town far away from Atlanta, and I cringe every time I hear such talk. How should I respond the...
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Column: Emergency room eavesdropping
Q: I’ve heard you poke fun about how country folks talk about their health problems. I live in a small town far away from Atlanta, and I cringe every time I hear such talk. How should I respond the...
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Elected officials and college degrees
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Do you think it is important for elected officials to have college degrees?