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Woods: Reader offers suggestions for Sun City coverage

Posted 9/19/22

1. Please, more health care features on new providers, provider name changes, new doctors, new and/or changed treatments, unique practices, etc.

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Woods: Reader offers suggestions for Sun City coverage

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  1. Please, more health care features on new providers, provider name changes, new doctors, new and/or changed treatments, unique practices, etc.

Until I did a Google search  Sept. 1, I did not know there was an optical department in an optometry office on Coggins Drive in Phase 1.

  1. Please do a feature on volunteer help needed at Banner Olive Branch Senior Center, which partners with St. Mary’s Food Bank.

My husband, age 83, volunteers there. Olive Branch’s workload has increased greatly, and they desperately need more volunteer help to accomplish their “Feed the Hungry “ mission.

Pat Woods

Sun City

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