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March 2023 Issue
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Were You or a Loved One at Camp Lejeune?
This groundbreaking new act signed into law allows victims and their family members the opportunity to file a civil lawsuit and seek compensation for injuries, losses, and deaths due to chemical exposure at Camp Lejeune from the U.S. Government.
The new act recognizes that between August 1953 and December 1987, people living or working near the Marine Corps Base Camp known as Camp Lejeune in North Carolina were exposed to contaminated water containing dangerous toxic chemicals. All sources of water were affected by the contamination, including water used to drink, cook with, and even bathe.
Alexander High School Plays for Class 6A Title
Alexander’s victory over Etowah (56-53) in the semifinals secured their position to battle it out for the Class 6A Title against the Lee County Trojans. This was the Cougars debut in the State Final, and their hard-fought season prepared them well.
The Cougars held their own this year traveling frequently and playing against some of the top teams. Alexander coach, Jason Slate, believes this tough schedule prepared the team well for the playoffs. He noted, “We have been on the road a lot this season. We’ve stayed in hotels and played all different types of teams. We have played at different places all year.”
Alexander emerged from the weekend as State Champions due to their 22-point victory (64-42) over the Trojans. The success of the Cougars this basketball season has been a positive disruption in our community exemplifying what unity and life in Douglas County is really about.
Rural Georgia Pediatric Care to Get a $200 Million Dollar Boost
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta has formed a partnership with Mercer University School of Medicine to create a $200 million fund dedicated to improving rural healthcare for Georgian kids. This partnership’s primary goal is to bring quality healthcare to rural children close to home when they most need it.
To ensure their goal is met, the new partnership has outlined a number of measures:
- Fund 10 full scholarships for Mercer medical students who pledge to practice pediatrics in rural Georgia for four years after their training.
- Develop pilot programs to improve pediatric care outside of metro Atlanta.
- Develop eight rural emergency rooms as “kid ready”.
- Create a holistic approach to mental health services, including virtual mental health services and suicide prevention programs.
- Organize peer support and additional training for five rural pediatricians.
The partnership aims to help pediatricians in rural areas offer better care, and families can stay closer to home, saving them time and money. Good people doing good work for families like yours.
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