Century’s Mayor, Good Samaritans Donated Medical Supplies To Local Practice

April 4, 2020

Century Mayor Henry Hawkins and several good Samaritans recently donated medical supplies to Community Health Northwest Florida’s Century adult practice. They delivered bandages, gowns, gauze sponges, glucose testers, and more supplies are on the way.

Century‚Äôs Clinical Office Manager Jennifer Johnson said she is “grateful and humbled”.

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3 Responses to “Century’s Mayor, Good Samaritans Donated Medical Supplies To Local Practice”

  1. Harvey Odom on April 4th, 2020 7:49 am

    It is a good thing to have leaders in our community that think about the needs of others, I applaud there efforts for making things easier for those who risks There Lives to make sure that we have the proper care for those who are in need I tip my hat to all those who are involved in making things better

  2. sam on April 4th, 2020 7:42 am

    glad for the thought and effort. not so much for the distance between them. probably the reason the unknown covid 19 count is low in the north end. no one is testing. it might cause panic if the truth were known

  3. Wow on April 4th, 2020 1:02 am

    Great job practicing social distancing.

    Nice gesture though.

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