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May 4, 2013

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Corsicana — Keller Williams Corsicana will be among more than 70,000 associates from across the globe participating in the fifth annual RED Day on May 9, 2013. RED Day, which stands for Renew, Energize and Donate, is a collective service initiative where the company's associates donate a day to give back to their community. This year Keller Williams Corsicana will embrace the opportunity to demonstrate the KW Culture and Spirit to our community by sponsoring a Food Drive to benefit the Navarro County Food Pantry. Agents will be at the Walmart on Hwy 31 from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 9. To make a donation prior to the 9th contact any Keller Williams Agent. Pictured, left to right, are, front row, Stuart Smith, Candi Dill, Phyliss Jones, and Laura Cooley Ware; back row, Celestina Hillock, Debbie McElhenney, Kathy Melton, Susie McGinnis, Denise Harper and Terry Miller.  

Navarro Regional Hospital Auxiliary installed new officers for 2013-2014. Front row are  Jeanine Grundmeier, third vice president; Carolyn French, first vice president; Jim Jackson, president; Middle row are Barbara Talley, general treasurer; Mary Biggers, corresponding secretary; Genell Permenter, recording secretary; back row are Shirley Barnes, historian and LaVera Hampel, Gift Shop Treasurer. Not pictured is Jean Silvera, second vice president.

Barbara Talley was recently named Navarro Regional Hospital Volunteer of the Year. She began her volunteering at NRH in 1984, and currently volunteers in the Gift Shop and is our General Treasurer. Barbara serves on several committees and helps with lots of events.

 

 

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