Healthier Tennessee…

Many people are working together towards getting a Healthier Tennessee Community designation from the Governor’s Foundation for Health and Wellness. Recently representatives from health care, the school system, local businesses and the Chamber of Commerce gathered for the kick off to a Healthier Clay County. Photo includes: Kevin Donaldson from the Clay County Chamber, Rob Edwards from Clay Co Schools, (Co-Chair) Candie Power from Cumberland River Hospital, Inez Price from Honest Abe Log Homes, Alisha Wheat from Celina Health and Rehab, Mary Pennington from Barky Beaver Mulch, Joy Corley from Macon Bank and Trust, Sandy Smith from the Clay Co Anti-Drug coalition and (Co-Chair) Rebecca Vaughn from the Clay Co. Health Dept.

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