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Business-Dr. Gray Bullard appointed to national committee

Dr. A. Gray Bullard has been appointed to the Accreditation Committee of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
The academy is the accrediting body for sleep centers and laboratories throughout the United States. There are nine physician members on the current Accreditation Committee. Bullard is the only member from North Carolina.
“It’s an honor for me to be named to the National Accreditation Committee and serve with esteemed medical colleagues from around the country,” said Bullard. “The ability to be personally and professionally involved with consistent applications of service for sleep centers will allow me to help improve the standards of care for patients throughout the country. I’m most anxious to get started.”
Bullard is a staff physician in the NorthEast Sleep Laboratory based in Concord, an accredited sleep center, and is also the medical director of the Salisbury VA Medical Center Sleep Disorders Center, which was recently accredited by the academy.
Service recognition
Carolina Farm Credit recognized employees and directors for their years of service during the recent annual employee appreciation day.
Area employees recognized include:
35 years: John R. Dagenhardt, commercial relationship manager, Concord and Salisbury.
25 years: Sheila C. Renegar, consumer loan officer, Mocksville.
20 years: Debra T. Everhart, service center coordinator/ customer service representative, Lexington, and Libby W. Watson, consumer loan officer, Salisbury.
Carolina Farm Credit is a stockholder-owned cooperative in 54 counties with 37 local service centers, including one in Salisbury.
Blue Vine lunch
After two years in business, the Blue Vine, 209 S. Main St. started serving lunch Tuesday.
Lunch hours will be 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday-Friday. Selection will include gourmet sandwiches, salads and sides.
Visit http://www.thebluevine.com/Foodstuffs.html to view the menu.

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