June 13 Letter: Big thanks to the Feists

Incoming president Terry Keough thanks Gerald and Vicki Feist for years of service to the Rock Creek Community Medical Society.

Editor, The Times:

As the incoming president of the Rock Creek and Community Medical Society, I wanted to say a big thanks to Gerald and Vickie Feist for their dedication and volunteer efforts in making sure the organization is stable and strong for the new board to take over.

Both of these people have spent countless time working on the many details required to assure the clinic and its services are there for the community to benefit from.

I would also like to thank and acknowledge Lisa Sims who has been on the board as secretary/treasurer.

As part of the new board I hope to continue this dedication to the organization and help assure it remains strong for future years. As with any change to a non-profit organization, the new board will bring some changes and new ideas to the membership, which we hope will be seen as positive and in the best interest of the society as a whole. The priorities and core values of the organization will remain the same and we will continue the great work done by those who preceded us.

I would like to invite all those concerned about health in the Rock Creek and surrounding areas to join us in giving a few hours each month to this worthy cause so we can assure the clinic and services are there for future generations.

Terry Keough – Incoming President, Rock Creek and Community Medical Society, Rock Creek


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