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Town Crier/Rabun Online Update 02/18/08

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2/18/2008 | Download File (2.27 MB)

From the Town Crier and the new blog http://www.visitrabun.org/blog/ updates about happenings in North Georgia

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Tracy McCoy, Publisher for Georgia Mountain Laurel Magazine  play >

Tracy McCoy, Publisher for Georgia Mountain Laurel Magazine

3/3/2008 | Download File (7.34 MB) - right click to download

This episode is pre-recorded from the "Speaking of Business" webcasst on March 3rd, 2008. Publisher Tracy McCoy talks about the roots of the Laurel and contributions made by local citizens or our community. Visit their site at www.gamtnlaurel.com

Town Crier/Rabun Online Update 02/18/08  play >

Town Crier/Rabun Online Update 02/18/08

2/18/2008 | Download File (2.27 MB) - right click to download

From the Town Crier and the new blog http://www.visitrabun.org/blog/ updates about happenings in North Georgia

Hospice Innovators - Guest Michael Holmes  play >

Hospice Innovators - Guest Michael Holmes

2/6/2008 | Download File (17.52 MB) - right click to download

Interview with Michael Holmes, RN and author of "Crossing the Creek" http://crossingthecreek.com/

Bob Lee from "A Ride for 3 Reasons"  play >

Bob Lee from "A Ride for 3 Reasons"

1/15/2008 | Download File (12.63 MB) - right click to download

Bob Lee, a 65-year-old colon cancer survivor from Barrington, Illinois rode his bicycle 6,500 miles across America in order to help find cures for cancer and ALS, and to help promote awareness for hospice care. The Ride for Three Reasons journey began March 29, 2007 in Jacksonville, Florida and ended on September 6 in Bangor, Maine. Bob accepted the challenge to raise awareness for the challenges faced by Cancer patients, ALS victims and families faced with end-of-life issues. Through the generous support of over 1,500 individuals and corporations, A RIDE FOR 3 REASONS was proud to send checks on 12-28-07 to each of the following charities in the amount of $130,65.00 - American Cancer Society, The National Hospice Foundation and The Les Turner ALS Foundation. .

Bob Lee from "A Ride for 3 Reasons"  play >

Bob Lee from "A Ride for 3 Reasons"

1/15/2008 | Download File (12.63 MB) - right click to download

Bob Lee, a 65-year-old colon cancer survivor from Barrington, Illinois rode his bicycle 6,500 miles across America in order to help find cures for cancer and ALS, and to help promote awareness for hospice care. The Ride for Three Reasons journey began March 29, 2007 in Jacksonville, Florida and ended on September 6 in Bangor, Maine. Bob accepted the challenge to raise awareness for the challenges faced by Cancer patients, ALS victims and families faced with end-of-life issues. Through the generous support of over 1,500 individuals and corporations, A RIDE FOR 3 REASONS was proud to send checks on 12-28-07 to each of the following charities in the amount of $130,65.00 - American Cancer Society, The National Hospice Foundation and The Les Turner ALS Foundation. .

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