Continuing Our Decades Of Support For Children’s Miracle Network

The Service League of Greenville continued its decades of support for the Children’s Miracle Network by working the phones during the 33rd annual telethon and delivering a donation for $5,000 on behalf of our members.

Over its 33 years, the CMN telethon has raised an impressive $27 million to fund everything from neo-natal medical equipment to special designed/educational books and toys. The Service League of Greenville has proudly contributed nearly $4 million of that total.

SLG President Ann Taylor showing that through our decades of support, the Service League of Greenville has contributed a whopping $3,832,033.
Waiting for our turn working the phones
Settling in
Working the phones …
And we received a plaque in recognition of our many years and many dollars in support of CMN

Our thanks to all who found some way to participate and/or contribute to CMN this year!

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Service League of Greenville Sponsors Military Women Attending Health Symposium

It is with great pride and honor that The Service League of Greenville announces its sponsorship of military women attending the 2018 Military Women’s Health Symposium.

The interdisciplinary conference is to raise awareness of the unique health needs of active duty and veteran women and to improve care by updating providers on best practices in screening, prevention, and intervention of health conditions specific to military women.  It is a combined effort by Vidant, the VA, EAHEC and Duke AHEC.

And, what better way for our new SLG President, Ann Taylor, to start her two year term, then with a $5,000 donation from The Service League of Greenville to 2018 Military Women’s Health Symposium.  The funds will help cover the meals and ticket costs for veteran and active-duty military women.

Pictured above (l to r): Todd Thompson, Vidant Vets Committee; Ann Taylor, President, Service League of Greenville: Karen Goble, Assistant Director of Continuing Medical, Dental and Pharmacy Education, EAHEC; Dr. Janice Busher, Women’s Health Care Provider, Greenville VA: Patricia K Grabania, Women’s Health Coordinator, Greenville VA.

As we continues to celebrate our 80th year, it is inspiring to know The Service League of Greenville is still finding opportunities to serve our community in new ways.

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In The News: Spotlighting SLG Charity Ball Attendees

THE SERVICE LEAGUE OF GREENVILLE 55th ANNUAL CHARITY BALL to benefit the LAUGHINGHOUSE HOSPITAL FUND was held on Saturday March 3rd at Rock Springs.  Both Bella Magazine NC and the Daily Reflector’s Scene Around came out to take pictures of attendees.

Attendee Photos:

The Daily Reflectors’ Scene Around shares its pictures in an on-line gallery, click this link — SCENE AROUND: Charity Ball, March 3

Bella Magazine NC also shares a wealth of attendee photos (52) on it’s facebook page.  You must be signed into facebook to view their photo gallery, then click this link — It’s the 55th Annual Service League Gala!

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Dear Service League Of Greenville Members

With a few highlights from our February meeting, we’d like to show you just some of the reasons why each and every one of you make The Service League of Greenville NC a special organization and why The Service League of Greenville is 80 years strong!

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You are — PROFESSIONAL!
You are — THOUGHTFUL!

You are — RESOURCEFUL!

You are — RESPECTFUL!

You are — GENEROUS!
You are — COMMITTED!

You are — CARING!

You are — ENTERTAINING!

You are — GRATEFUL!

Thank you for being you!  And thank you for all the amazing ways you contribute to our community as a member of The Service League of Greenville!

We  you!
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!

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