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Reba Cartee, VP for Quality and Physician Collaboration at Oconee Medical Center will speak about the impact of the ACA on her hospital; Peter Sparks, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Clemson Free Clinic will describe the roll of the free clinic; and Shirley Hanson, a federally Certified ACA Navigator will tell us about her experiences in helping people obtain health insurance.
The meeting will be held at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, 100 Thomas Green Blvd. (578 Issaqueena Trail) in Clemson. Social time with refreshments begins at 7 p.m. and the program at 7:30 p.m.
The public is invited.
Co-President's message - Paula
March program - Holley or someone on program planning committee
Pictures from wine tasting (please send them as 45KB or less) - Mike ?
Report on Agricultural Policy Consensus - Holley
Report on Program Planning meeting on February 1 that includes two new studies - Holley
Importance of the Observer Corps: Dukes' Project, Development of 2024 Comprehensive Plan with citizen input, Zoning Ordinance Rewrite - Eleanor
Is Democracy working in the City of Clemson; Lack of response of city council to residents' concerns - Linda
Juan Gilbert's project (testing) - Eleanor
Medicaid expansion meeting - Holley
A Letter to the Editor describing some of our reasons for adding at least one at-large seat to the Pickens County School Board is being sent to the local media.
Currently, a 2/3 majority must vote to pass any action. Candidates for school board have stated that an odd number of members would be better.
We are circulating a petition to add an at-large seat.