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Service pins awarded
The following staff was honored at the March general staff meeting with a service pin for the years of dedication each provided to the residents at Mooresville Center/Genesis HealthCare:
Angela Berryman: 20 years
Susan Lippard: 15 years
Cindy Burge: 15 years
Lisa McKnight: 15 years
Nikki Storr: 10 years
Sylvia Lawing: 5 years
Debra Helms: 5 years
Dottie Hicks: 3 years
Crystal Roaten: 3 years
Laura Bolt: 1 year
James House: 1 year
Lashondra Page: 1 year
Angela Parks: 1 year
Mooresville Center/Genesis HealthCare thanked the staff for their compassion and loyalty to the residents and their families.
Successful symposium
The Lambda Epsilon Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. thanks those who participated in the first Sigma Youth Symposium to benefit students in the Rowan County community and surrounding areas. The adolescents participated in workshops and a mini bootcamp lead by member D. Vickie Smith and received healthy snacks and gift bags.
Collaborators included RRMC, Adolescent Family Enrichment Center, Family Crisis, Junior Achievement and the Girl Scouts.
In upcoming events, on April 16 the chapter will host a program for pregnant young women and young mothers. See www.projectreassurance.org/home or www.salisburysgrho.com. To attend or make a donation, contact Pamela Love at plove@salisburysgrho.com or 704-904-1194.

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