MOULTRIE — Colquitt Regional Medical Center’s Employee Committee donated $500 to the Kiwanis Club’s Coats for Kids program. This program provides not only coats during the winter months but also shoes for students through the Colquitt County School System. Pictured presenting a check to Brandon Rye, second from left, Kiwanis chairman on the young children committee, are, from left, Madis Spires, CRMC vice president; Jody Perry, CRMC employee committee president, and Gidget Lacey, CRMC employee.
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