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MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR Community service is one of the intangibles that dierentiates one community from another. ose of us who have lived in Macon for any length of time may have served on a board where we felt the connection between "community" and "service." e Medcen Community Health Foundation, Navicent Health Board has been one of those experiences for me. Now that BB&T Market President Scott Seigel has completed his tenure with Medcen (nine years on the Board, two as Chair), the Chair reins have been handed over to me. Of course, I have a capable sta supporting the whole operation! e mission of Medcen is to "maximize donor resources to improve the health of our region through community and hospital partnerships." I'm looking forward to carrying on that mission. e health and well-being of our family, friends and neighbors are what we're focused on. So, as we see each other around town, let me hear your thoughts and ideas. Let me know if you're interested in helping us, or ask how Medcen might be able to help an aspect of the community you're involved with. You never know what might happen with one phone call or conversation. Finally, please join me in thanking Scott for his service. His dedication and tenure are really the embodiment of what community service looks like! ank you, Scott! Sincerely, Cal Hays Chair, Medcen Community Health Foundation, Navicent Health Dear Friends, service looks like! ank you, Scott! Sincerely, Cal Hays WWW.NAVICENTHEALTH.ORG/MEDCEN | Impact | 3

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