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Eddy County Health Council reforming

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Members of the Eddy County Health Council Board are, from left, Beverly Alanins, Caley Armstrong, 7024U intervention specialist, Nancy Brown of 7024U, Sue Kiser, Eddy County CASA, Debbie Bell with Artesia Health Resources, Shaye Coats, United Way of Carlsbad, Johnnie Bradford with Carlsbad Transitional Housing, Linde Merry of Kids Safe House, Eve Flannigan, Carlsbad DCCC, Jimmy Masters with the Department of Health, and Cindy Sharif, Eddy County DWI. Grace Miller - Daily Press
Members of the Eddy County Health Council Board are, from left, Beverly Alanins, Caley Armstrong, 7024U intervention specialist, Nancy Brown of 7024U, Sue Kiser, Eddy County CASA, Debbie Bell with Artesia Health Resources, Shaye Coats, United Way of Carlsbad, Johnnie Bradford with Carlsbad Transitional Housing, Linde Merry of Kids Safe House, Eve Flannigan, Carlsbad DCCC, Jimmy Masters with the Department of Health, and Cindy Sharif, Eddy County DWI.
Grace Miller – Daily Press

By GRACE MILLER

Daily Press Staff Writer

The Eddy County Health Council, which has been disbanded for four years, is reforming.

Presbyterian Medical Services has been selected to be the fiscal agent for the new council, headed by Debbie Bell. Members hail from a variety of different organizations, each with their own passion for contributing to the council’s efforts. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.

 

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