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REACH in the Community

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Diabetes Educators Montrese Edwards, BSN, RN, CDE and Syndia Moultrie, MS, RD, LD talks about classes and diabetes on the Tammy Show.
Diabetes Educators Montrese Edwards, BSN, RN, CDE and Syndia Moultrie, MS, RD, LD with Tammy McCottry-Brown host of the Tammy Show.
The volunteers from the Department of Juvenile Justice lends a helping hand to Georgetown Diabetes CORE Group with picking vegetables from their community garden.
Florene Linnen, Georgetown Diabetes CORE Group founder and grandaughter help out with planting their community garden.
Dr. Carolyn Jenkins REACH PI is presented an award by Pastor Grant and Carolyn Washington of Greater St. Peters Church for outstanding community service at their 2009 annual award ceremony.
REACH Diabetes Educator Montrese Edwards, RN, CDE is presented an award for outstanding service by Pastor Grant and Carolyn Washington of Greater St. Peters Church.
Joyce Linnen shows Georgetown residents how to inspect their feet.
Joyce Linnen, REACH/Georgetown Diabetes CORE Group Community Outreach Coordinator teaches a class on diabetes foot care.
Virginia Thomas teaches Choose to Live at Murray United Methodist Church.
Montrese Edwards, BSN, CDE, RN demonstrates to a client at Franklin C. Fetter how to properly use insulin.
2008-2009 Legacy Project grant recipients attend Implementation and Evaluation Workshop in Charleston, SC on November 12, 2008.
2009-2010 Legacy Project grant recipients attend Implementation and Evaluation Workshop in Charleston, SC on November 9, 2009.
Garage banner was ran for the month of March 2010 as part of Diabetes and Stroke Awareness month on Crosstown in Downtown Charleston.
Bus banners were ran for the Diabetes Awareness month in November 2009.
Youth-oriented bus banner as part of Diabetes Awareness month in November 2010.
Ashton Tyler, a participant of the Charleston Trident Urban League's 2010 Youth Leadership Development Institute program proudly displays her summer project.
Syndia Moultrie, MS, RD, LD, teaches Diabetes Self Management at the Franklin C. Fetter Center in downtown Charleston.
 
 
 
 
 

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