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Jennie Metcalf is a teacher at Moulton Middle School, who is battling breast cancer. Her positive attitude shines every day, whether she is teaching reading to her seventh graders or undergoing chemotherapy.

The first mile of the walk is named Meliah’s Mile in honor of Meliah Miller. Join us for the Shelby County Cystic Fibrosis Event on September 29 at the General Dacey Trail at the north edge of Forest Park in Shelbyville for a walk or a bike ride, fun, music, food, community, education and to do battle with the life-threatening disease, cystic fibrosis.

Currently, three generations of one family serve under the roof of HSHS Good Shepherd Hospital. For them, it is inspired by one common interest – they love people.

Peggy Chapman and Michelle Oliver are a mother and daughter who have made nursing a family legacy.

“One smiling face started an IV, another brought me a warm blanket because I was shaking. Another drew blood, while yet another began an EKG. The doctor hovered for a moment and stepped out,” Dick Clark said. “Within minutes of starting the EKG, the technician called for the doctor. The doctor told me that I was actively having a heart attack, and life flight would be there in 15 minutes."

HSHS Good Shepherd Hospital is committed to following its mission of quality health care and service to the community with a particular commitment to its core values of respect, care, competence and joy.
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