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Grady General Pinks First National Bank and United National Bank

Grady General Hospital is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month by “pinking out” local businesses. Grady General’s Radiology staff will be visiting local businesses throughout the month of October as part of their “We Got Pink’d” campaign. The initiative is intended to encourage women to do monthly self-breast exams and schedule a screening mammogram, the best methods to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages. On Friday, October 19, the Grady General Radiology team...



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Archbold Women’s Center Pinks TNB and TNB Financial

The Archbold Women’s Center is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month by “pinking out” local businesses. Archbold Women’s Center staff will be visiting local businesses throughout the month of October as part of their “We Got Pink’d” campaign. The initiative is intended to encourage women to do self-breast exams regularly and schedule a screening mammogram, the best methods to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages. On Thursday, October 18, the Archbold...



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Archbold Women’s Center Pinks TC Federal

The Archbold Women’s Center is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month by “pinking out” local businesses. Archbold Women’s Center staff will be visiting local businesses throughout the month of October as part of their “We Got Pink’d” campaign. The initiative is intended to encourage women to do self-breast exams regularly and schedule a screening mammogram, the best methods to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages. On Wednesday, October 17, the Archbold...



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Archbold Women's Center Pinks SRTC

The Archbold Women’s Center is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month by “pinking out” local businesses. Archbold Women’s Center staff will be visiting local businesses throughout the month of October as part of their “We Got Pink’d” campaign. The initiative is intended to encourage women to do monthly self-breast exams and schedule a screening mammogram, the best methods to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages. On Monday, October 8, the Archbold Women’s...



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If You Go: Archbold Memorial Hospital’s Pink Affair

If You Go: Archbold Memorial Hospital’s Pink Affair Thursday, October 25, Archbold’s Singletary Oncology Center will host the seventh annual Pink Affair, a benefit fashion show featuring local cancer survivors, at the Thomasville Center for the Arts. The presenting sponsor for the event will be Thomasville Ford. Proceeds from the Pink Affair will benefit the Singletary Oncology Center’s “Brave and Beautiful” program, a new program that will offer patients monthly workshops led...



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Thomasville Ford Presenting Sponsor of Archbold Pink Affair

Thomasville Ford staff recently joined Ricky Stokes, Dealer Principle of Thomasville Ford, to announce the dealership’s commitment to be the presenting sponsor for Archbold Memorial Hospital’s seventh annual Pink Affair, a benefit fashion show featuring local cancer survivors as models. The local car dealership has pledged to donate $150 from every car sold in October to Archbold’s Singletary Oncology Center “Brave and Beautiful” program, a new program that will offer cancer...



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Archbold Women’s Center Pinks Teramore Development

The Archbold Women’s Center is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month by “pinking out’ local businesses. Archbold Women’s Center staff will be visiting local businesses throughout the month of October as part of their “We Got Pink’d” campaign. The initiative is intended to encourage women to do self-breast exams regularly and schedule a screening mammogram, the best methods to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages. On Tuesday, October 16, the Archbold Women’s...



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Archbold Women’s Center Pinks Thomasville Animal Hospital

The Archbold Women’s Center is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month by “pinking out’ local businesses. Archbold Women’s Center staff will be visiting local businesses throughout the month of October as part of their “We Got Pink’d” campaign. The initiative is intended to encourage women to do self-breast exams regularly and schedule a screening mammogram, the best methods to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages. On Tuesday, October 16, the Archbold Women’s...



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Archbold Women's Center Pinks Elliano's

The Archbold Women’s Center is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month by “pinking out” local businesses. Archbold Women’s Center staff will be visiting local businesses throughout the month of October as part of their “We Got Pink’d” campaign. The initiative is intended to encourage women to do monthly self-breast exams and schedule a screening mammogram, the best methods to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages. On Friday, October 5, the Archbold Women’s...



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Grady General Pinks Mr. Chick

Grady General Hospital is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month by “pinking out” local businesses. Grady General’s Radiology staff will be visiting local businesses throughout the month of October as part of their “We Got Pink’d” campaign. The initiative is intended to encourage women to do monthly self-breast exams and schedule a screening mammogram, the best methods to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages. On Friday, October 19, the Grady General Radiology team...



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Archbold Employees Recognized for Years of Service

The following employees with over 20 years of service were recently recognized for their tenure with the Archbold health system. Pictured from left to right (front row): Christine Austin, 30 years; Joan Kinsey, 20 years; Joy Davis, 20 years; Paulette Blackwell, 20 years; (back row) Nan Rice, 25 years; Phillip Powell, 20 years; Althea Edwards, 30 years; Melissa Brinson, 20 years; Keisha Cromartie, 20 years; Mollie Carruth, 20 years; Amy Ferry, 30 years; Pegi Turner, 20 years; Gladys...



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MCH Resumes Normal Visitation

Effective October 22, 2018, Mitchell County Hospital has resumed regular visitation procedures. Visitors may access the hospital through the main entrance between the hours of 8am and 9pm.