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Brown Attends Leadership Institute

Brenda S. Brown, Community Service Coordinator at Georgia Miltary College, and Teresa Taylor, Program Coordinator at Georgia College and State University, attended the Cancer Control Leadership Institute on Saturday, August 7, 2004 in Albany, Georgia. The day-long seminar was sponsored by the American Cancer Society, South Atlantic Division, and featured training seminars about Volunteerism, Defusing Colon Cancer, Rural Health Initiatives, and the Road to Recovery Training. Albany Technical College hosted the event.

Following the sessions, Brooke Edenfield, the reigning Miss Albany, presented the yearly Volunteer Recognition Awards. Teresa Taylor was presented with the Cancer Control Sponsorship Award.

Mrs. Brown said, \”The Facts & Figures regarding Cancer in 2004 are on file in the GMC Student Activities Office. Please fee free to come by if you have concerns or questions. The American Cancer Society has a web site and a toll free number. When you call the toll free number you will be able to speak to a representative who can answer your questions and/or direct you to the proper department. They promise: \’No matter who you are, we can help. Contact us anytime, day or night, for information and support.\’\”

Brenda S. Brown is the President of the Baldwin County Unit and Teresa Taylor is the Vice President of the Baldwin County Unit of the American Cancer Society.