March is days from being over, goodness, cold weather and all. I know that weather can play a role when you are trying to get motivated to lose weight or anything else. It certainly does for me.
If you are on track and/staying on track, wonderful, please shoot me a quick reply to let me know. If you are struggling to get started again or to stay on track, call me or shoot me a quick email to say, "help, call me". I'm more than happy to. I can't help you if I don't know that you are having any difficulties or can't celebrate your successes.
Sgt. Chad Richardson reported the first haul of unwanted medicines gathered from the drug locker at the Greer Police Department weighed 36 pounds.
“Those are not pills in their containers, I emptied all the containers before weighing them,” Richardson said. “ Two batches of medicine were also picked up from independent McLeskey-Todd and Professional Pharmacy. “They ran the gamut from aspirins to prescription medicines.”
Pelham Medical Center (PMC) became the iconic visual reference of the Pelham community this morning when the Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System rebranded for the former Village of Pelham Hospital.
“As part of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, this campus is a part of a larger system,” said Anthony (Tony) Kouskolekas, President of Pelham Medical Center. “When we work as a team, we’re able to provide a full spectrum of services to our patients, not just in Greer, but also across the Upstate.”
Spartanburg Regional Hospice has partnered with Wade’s Restaurant for the past 18 years to provide a special Easter dinner for patients and their families.
A $55 donation will feed 10-12 people.
Greer State Bank has donated $5,000 to the Taylors Free Medical Clinic and is partnering at the annual banquet on Tuesday, April 29.
“Our relationship with Greg Sisk and Greer State Bank is an important asset to us. It is nice to work with a bank that is so rooted in the community and passionate about what we do,” stated Karen Salerno, Executive Director, of the clinic.
Boxing icon Sugar Ray Leonard is the keynote speaker for Greenville Health System’s 8th annual Minority Health Summit themed “Knock Out Cancer!”.
Leonard, a holder of five weight class championships in his prime and prostate cancer advocate, will speak at the Saturday April 12 event from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the TD Convention Center. Leonard won a gold medal in the 1976 Montreal Olympics.
I'd love to share with you (or remind you if you are currently working towards getting your weight off and just need a little encouragement) the great things about this program. It helps to re-teach what we have been taught all our lives – “to eat three square meals a day."
This is about changing or replacing your old eating habits to six smaller meals and the process is called the 5&1 plan, 5 low-calorie, low-glycemic Medifast Meals and 1 Lean and Green meal each day, eating 6 smaller meals a day allows your metabolism to kick off and stay running all day long. I've attached the Quick Start Guide for details. Also please visit my website.
The St. Francis Foundation has named its chairman and six new board members to its Board of Directors.
• Lee Palms, Commercial Broker / Sales Leader with KeenanSuggs, is the Chairman of the St. Francis Foundation Board of Directors, 2014-2015. Additionally, he serves as Board Chair for Harvest Hope Charities.
Kehler Bryant has this idea that a beauty queen can have an impact on fashion that becomes a business with profits benefiting Breast Cancer Prevention.
Bryant, Miss El Dorado Teen 2014, is seeing her platform come to life in the Blue Ridge community she will represent in the Miss South Carolina Teen pageant and the Skyland Elementary Relay for Life team.
A $1 million gift has helped the Greenville Health System open a Rare Tumor Center, that is the nation’s first center dedicated exclusively to the treatment and research of rare cancers.
Jerry and Harriet Dempsey’s gift marks the largest individual donation ever given to the GHS Cancer Institute. A strategic alliance has also been announced with national molecular-medicine leader Foundation Medicine.
Reservations are being accepted for the Greer community garden organized by Greer Memorial Hospital. Individuals and groups are invited to request a plot to grow their own fruit and vegetables.
Gardeners must attend a mandatory class led by a master gardener Buddy Waters at Greer Memorial Hospital March 27 at 6 p.m. or March 28 at 9 a.m.