Rollin', Rollin', Rollin'

Wagon wheelsIt’s great to report that Rudy’s Happy Patch Market has had a record year of sales. We can tell this not only by looking in our market accounts, but by checking the tires on our wagons! Before you scratch your head, allow us to explain:

Perry Wellness Center purchased several tongue-type wagons to allow for hauling of produce from delivery trucks to the market. The five wagons have been put into regular use, and the increased shelling of peas and butter beans this season has increased wear on the wagons.

During a recent delivery of six bushels of peas to the site of the barrel pea shellers, two alert peers realized that the wagon tires had become under-inflated, Peers Jantwan Twiggs and Awan Smith located a tire inflator and quickly corrected the problem.

“That will help, and I hope it will be enough for the rest of the season,” Awan noted. Perhaps we’ll need to add “kicking the tires” to our routine campus maintenance activities. We have no complaints, as we are grateful for the wonderful community response that keeps these wagons rolling!

In the photo, Jantwan Twiggs, in foreground, and Awan Smith check the tire pressure on the wagons at Rudy’s Happy Patch Market. 

A Moment of Tranquility

The Morales FamilyWhen customers stop by Rudy’s Happy Patch Market, they often like to explore more of our campus. With its parks, pond, arbors, and fountains, it can be an enticing retreat on a hot summer days.

Last week a father and young son enjoyed a quiet moment when Delmar Morales accompanied son Dylan down the hill to enjoy the sparkling fountains and the koi fish pond. Jeff Williams’ hillside creations are a popular feature on the campus.

“We enjoyed our visit to the market,” Mr. Morales said, “But Dylan wanted to come and hear the flowing water and see the goldfish.”

As a wellness and recovery center, we are happy when visitors can find their own moments of tranquility here. In spite of hectic days with 77 peers and 28 staff members learning, working, exercising, or having fellowship, we find that the flowing water, blooming flowers, and darting fish instill a sense of peace each day.

In the photo, Delmar and Dylan Morales enjoy one of Perry Wellness Center’s three fountains.

A School Partnership Continues

SCELCAs we’ve shared before, for several years Perry Wellness Center has been a sort of partner in education with Sarah Cobb Elementary School in Americus. The school has allowed us to have peers speak to students about the importance of early learning and has also provided books and workbooks for literacy efforts with our peers. In turn, we have donated used computer printer cartridges to the school. After being redeemed, the proceeds have gone toward art supplies at the elementary school.

Changes have come to Sarah Cobb Elementary School this fall. Now known as the Sumter County Early Learning Center (SCELC), the school has undergone restructuring, along with most other Sumter County schools. It is providing education to the system’s Pre-K and Kindergarten students.

Principal Dr. Lezley Anderson and Assistant Principal Jason Reese welcome students, parents, and the community as graciously as in past decades. No changes there! And Perry Wellness Center continues its commitment to supporting the education of children in Sumter County through work with this facility – including ongoing delivery of used cartridges.

“It is fun to partner with our schools and assist them in purchasing needed art and curriculum supplies. Education is vital for the future,” says Mulkey McMichael, the center’s director of public relations. As a former art teacher in the system, he takes a special interest in furthering the arts with young people.

The teachers and students of the new SCELC are embracing the school’s superhero theme this fall: “We’re Teaching and Learning! What’s Your Superpower?” Creative expression can be a powerful superpower, and Perry Wellness Center is glad to help out all the budding superheroes we can! 

A Charity Worth Sharing

Ronald McDonaldLast week we shared news with you about the involvement of the Lamar Street McDonald’s in Americus in joint fund-raising efforts with Perry Wellness Center. Kaylon Holt’s pop top collection project is benefitting the Ronald McDonald House Charities of West Georgia, which operates the Ronald McDonald House in Columbus. Now the local McDonald’s is helping collect pop tops for Kaylon.

We wanted to also provide you with an update on Kaylon’s collections, as well as provide interested readers with more information on one of our favorite charities. First, we’re happy to report that Kaylon Holt now leads the collection district as the top individual collector in such a short time period.

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A Spirit of Celebration

CelebrationsWe like to think that every day is a celebration at Perry Wellness Center. Individuals are frequently celebrating improved mental health, month or years of sobriety, weight loss, and other personal triumphs. We also celebrate traditional events like birthdays and holidays, going all out to involve everyone.

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  1. Local McDonald's Joins Donation Project with PWC
  2. Ronald Boykin Shares Personal Message of Hope
  3. Local Partnership Will Help Feed Families
  4. Area Newscast Features PWC
  5. Physical Fitness on Display at PWC
  6. Garden Beds: "A Great Learning Experience"
  7. All Creatures Great and Small
  8. Shucks 'n' Shells: Customer Choice Important
  9. GSW Nursing Students Contribute to Pop Tops Project
  10. A Death in the Family
  11. Peer Orientation a Time for New Friendships
  12. Americus Civitan Club Makes Outstanding Donation
  13. Of Crowder Peas and Exercise:
  14. Avoiding Sports Injuries & Re-injuries
  15. GSWC Nursing Students Visit
  16. July Is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month
  17. Prices Remain Steady at Summer Market
  18. All Hands on Deck for Pea/Bean Prep
  19. Keeping the Summer Market Fresh
  20. "Stuart Money" Fills the Bill in New Life Skills Class
  21. Celebrate Independence Day!
  22. Local Bank Supports Happy Patch Market
  23. Peers Receive Feedback on Gardening Efforts
  24. New Core Exercise Program Begun at PWC
  25. Sen. Hooks 1st Honoree in "Plant a Tree" Program
  26. Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month Is Here
  27. Fresh Peas Now Available at Happy Patch Market
  28. Vendors & Peers Contribute to Summer Bounty
  29. Quality Control Important at Market
  30. Passing Judgment: Local Jurist Enjoys Market Visits
  31. Good Plant Care Requires Personal Touch
  32. The Passing of a Friend
  33. Good Nutrition = Delicious Meals at PWC
  34. Tee Shirts Available at Market
  35. Monthly Food Donations Welcomed
  36. A Time for Remembrance
  37. Team Sports Competition Warming Up
  38. Southland Academy Donates 5000 Pop Tops to PWC
  39. Risk Factors for Mental Illness
  40. "Growing Beauty" at Perry Wellness Center
  41. Plant Maintenance Is Ongoing Task
  42. Raised Garden Beds a Favorite Peer Project
  43. Plant Expert Leaves Mark on Campus
  44. Local School Partnership Continues
  45. It's Mental Health Month!
  46. Stuart Perry Shares His Story
  47. An Abundance of Roses at PWC
  48. Busy Peer Demonstrates Skills, Faith at PWC
  49. "You Pick, We Pot" Available at PWC
  50. PWC Part of Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail
  51. North GA MH Workers Visit PWC
  52. Vouchers Promote Healthy Eating
  53. Browsing at the Market
  54. PWC Founder Leads Garden Prep Team
  55. Spring Plants Await New Greenhouse Completion
  56. Champion Cabbage Raised at PWC
  57. Happy Patch Market Well Prepared for Spring Business
  58. To Market, To Market: Two Trunks Full
  59. Nakia Rhone Ready for Busy Market
  60. Peer Spotlight: Willie Pryor
  61. Spring Market Underway
  62. Market Cent$
  63. Americus Auto Zone: It's in the Bag!
  64. Pop Top Donation Project Growing
  65. New Greenhouse Relies on Master Craftsmen
  66. Getting Ready for Spring
  67. Adult Education a Growing Focus at PWC
  68. Meeting the Cafeteria Challenge
  69. Valentines Holiday Brings Week of Celebration
  70. PWC Valentine Celebration a Time for Creativity
  71. Peers Prepare & Enjoy Healthy Smoothies & Juices
  72. Area Organizations Provide Support to Many
  73. Peer Artist's Creations Offer Solutions to Others
  74. Early Garden Planting Begins at PWC
  75. Tips for Better Mental Wellness
  76. Sports Know No Season at PWC
  77. Taking Inventory for Mental Wellness Month
  78. Agrium Project Thrives in Winter
  79. Summer Vegetables Welcome at Winter Table
  80. Sarah Cobb Welcomes PWC Donations
  81. 2014: The Year in Review
  82. Tickled & Pickled: Tangy Okra a Market Hit
  83. New Years Resolutions: It's That Time Again!
  84. State Commissioner Visits PWC
  85. Americus Civitan Helps Celebrate Christmas
  86. Cheer Up the Blues Welcomes Community
  87. Peer Spotlight: Jeffrey Bowen
  88. PWC Parade Float Has Special Message
  89. Christmas Spirit Fills PWC Campus
  90. Collards and Collaboration: Agrium Project Provides Benefits
  91. A Time for Giving Thanks
  92. Holiday Promise Leads to New Opportunities
  93. Ten Tips to Reduce Holiday Stress
  94. Market Trends Reflect Seasonal Changes
  95. Peer Spotlight: Nokia Rhone Offers Unique Yarn Creations for Holiday Giving
  96. Coaching Part of Focus on Fitness
  97. Mexican Piñata a "Hit" as Learning Project
  98. Automatic Irrigation a Plus for PWC Greenhouses
  99. Farm to Table Collards a Seasonal Treat
  100. The Spirit of Celebration
  101. Creativity & Cupcakes: Amanda Perry a Treat during Spirit Week
  102. October Winners Announced
  103. A Barnyard Halloween?
  104. New Fire Pit Brings Warmth to Celebration
  105. Journey for Life Celebration a Success
  106. A Day of Celebration
  107. Pop Top Donations: A Progress Report
  108. It Takes a Community
  109. Farmers Feed and Seed Provides Peer Opportunity
  110. A Little Hocus Pocus
  111. Peer Realizes Dream as Volunteer Fire Fighter
  112. Seeds of Plenty Decorations Highlight Fall Gardens
  113. Going Green for Mental Illness Awareness
  114. "Coach Stuart" Promotes Fitness on Campus
  115. Fire Pit Offers Spot for Warm Conversation
  116. Pupils and Pumpkins!
  117. Have Bike, Will Travel
  118. Fall Campus Improvements Underway
  119. Journey for Life Anniversary Race Scheduled
  120. Fall Market Outing a Family Experience
  121. Willie Pryor Is Dedicated Peer
  122. High Marks Again for Cafeteria Staff
  123. Sam's Shortline Visit a Weekend Success
  124. Sam's Shortline Railroad Comes to PWC
  125. Business Leader & Proud Family Man Supports PWC
  126. Peer Spotlight: Tim Davenport
  127. PWC Peer Wins Top Medal in 5K Run
  128. Fall Market Sale Continues
  129. Labor Day: Remember Employment Needs of All
  130. Fall Color, Savings Available at Market
  131. Information on Child Abuse Shared at Center
  132. Student and Teacher Promote Better Learning at PWC
  133. Island Festivities Highlight Campus Celebration
  134. 16 PWC Staff & Peers Attend GMHCN Conference
  135. Thomasville Couple Visits PWC Regularly
  136. Helping Hand Fountain New Home to Giant Koi
  137. Fresh Shelled Peas Dominate Market Demand
  138. PWC Peers and Staff Run in Historic Footsteps
  139. Family & Farming: Local Grower Enjoys Benefits
  140. Kaylon Holt: Popping a Top to Help Others
  141. From Patient to Provider: Mulkey McMichael
  142. Harvesting the "Fruits of Our Efforts"
  143. Sumter Sheriff a Favorite Market Patron
  144. Peers Harvest and Preserve Garden Produce
  145. Produce Program Expands to Tazewell
  146. KARAOKE PARTY CELEBRATES WEEK'S END
  147. KARAOKE PARTY CELEBRATES WEEK'S END
  148. Roll Out the Barrel!
  149. Marketing the Market: Peas for Sale with Area Vendors
  150. It's Tomato Time!
  151. Market Customers Brave HOT Weather
  152. Kenneth Christmas: Master Cook
  153. PWC Supports Sarah Cobb Elementary
  154. It's a Red, White, and Blue Celebration
  155. Newest Campus Creation Offers Helping Hand
  156. "Peas, Peas, I Love Peas!"
  157. The Fine Art of Weeding
  158. 5K WALK/RUN A HEALTHY COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP
  159. Agrium Project in Bloom
  160. GSW Student Brings Yoga Practice to PWC
  161. Welcome to New Market Staff
  162. Agrium Planting Project Continues
  163. Grover Thornton Tends to Summer Plants
  164. Chase Farm Corn Arrives!
  165. Smiling Customers Explore Happy Patch Plants
  166. Peer Spotlight: Jeanette Williams
  167. Agrium Garden Project Continues to Grow
  168. Larger Trees Now Available at Market
  169. Mike Harper Shares Planting Talents
  170. Snow Peas for Summer: Nutritional Awareness Promoted at Market
  171. Five Fun Facts about Our Own E.T.!
  172. Bill Perry a Loyal Customer at Market
  173. Adventist Community Services Makes Monthly Donation
  174. New Greenhouse Tribute to Community Involvement
  175. The First Taste of Summer
  176. Noah Cochran Promotes Fitness at PWC
  177. Tennis, Anyone?
  178. At 55, No Speed Limit for Stuart Perry
  179. Service Providers Make Difference in Community
  180. Brad Clark Shares Faith with Others
  181. HIV/AIDS Educator Provides Valuable Information
  182. Arts in the Park a Success
  183. Wagons Ho!
  184. Peer Art Featured at "Arts in the Park"
  185. Executive Tasks: Stuart Perry Goes His Own Way
  186. 10,000 Tab Tops and Counting!
  187. Growing Together/Feeding the World
  188. "Spring Has Sprung" at Market
  189. James Goss Demonstrates Market Cheer & Dedication
  190. Edward Thomas Is Forceful Wellness Advocate
  191. Product Display Is Vital Market Activity
  192. "Knock Out" Roses Fill Happy Patch Market
  193. Seasoned Firewood Available at Discount
  194. Spring Plant Care in Full Swing
  195. Getting Steamed at PWC
  196. Last Pecans of Season Available at Market
  197. Spring Cleaning Takes on New Meaning
  198. Chris Wheeler Joins Market Team
  199. New "European-Style" Greenhouse Nears Completion
  200. Creative Successes Continue at PWC
  201. Spring Brings Color and Market Specials
  202. Sunny Days Promote Outdoor Learning at PWC
  203. PWC Rolls Out Clean Welcome Mat
  204. Crisis Intervention Team Enjoys Campus Visit
  205. Mental Health Moment: Postpartum Depression
  206. Mentoring: Tech-Savvy Peer Makes Strides
  207. A Fond Farewell to Winter Gardening
  208. Artist Jeff Williams Promotes Creative Mentorship at PWC
  209. Pam Perry Involved in Leadership of WHAM Program
  210. Adventist Community Services Continues Food Deliveries
  211. Late Winter Market Blossoms
  212. Art Education, Mentorship Expand
  213. Valentine's Gala Promotes Partnership and Celebration
  214. Creative Display Boards Brighten Campus
  215. Peers & Staff Share Learning & Teaching
  216. Loomwork Creativity on Display
  217. "Peers Helping Peers" Is Heart of PWC
  218. PWC Kitchen Staff Expands
  219. WHAM Participants Enjoy Winter Exercise
  220. Glass Greenhouse to Brighten PWC Campus
  221. Peers Display Unique Creative Designs
  222. Scent of Cedar Fills the Air at PWC
  223. Firewood Is Latest Winter Market Item
  224. January Is Mental Wellness Month
  225. Market Still Vibrant in Winter
  226. Market Begins Early Preparations for Spring
  227. Runner Undertakes His Own Journey for Mental Health
  228. It's Addiction Recovery Awareness Day
  229. A YARN Worth Telling
  230. Resolutions and Risk Reduction: Top Six Actions for Better Health
  231. PWC Plans for New Year
  232. Peers Receive Holiday Food Bags
  233. Tips for a Healthier You in 2014
  234. Perfect Attendance Rewarded
  235. Festive Christmas Lunch Enjoyed at PWC
  236. Americus Civitans Bring Christmas Spirit
  237. Christmas Celebrations Fill Day and Night at PWC
  238. Cheer Up the Blues Almost Here!
  239. Peer Mentoring Brings Special Holiday Gift
  240. Peer Spotlight: Laurie Hildreth
  241. It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas!
  242. PWC Hosts RESPECT Seminar
  243. Re-TREE-ving Lives Is Unique Christmas Parade Theme
  244. Seasonal Food Bags Bring Holiday Cheer
  245. Holiday Season Includes Fun & Learning
  246. Dressing for the Occasion
  247. A Thanksgiving Wish
  248. Peer Spotlight: Bible on Parade
  249. Healthy & Delicious: Fuyu Persimmons
  250. Healthy Eating Vital to Wellness and Recovery
  251. A Lesson in Pumpkin-Craft
  252. Group Attends Georgia Peer Support Institute
  253. Striking Back Against Hunger
  254. Community Spotlight: Johnny Shiver Provides Unique Support
  255. Georgia Advocate Shares Personal Story
  256. Peer Spotlight: Essie Fulks
  257. Wanda Liles Makes Wishes Come True
  258. PWC Celebrates Spirit Week
  259. Stigma Can Be Scary
  260. A Tale of Two Walks: Minister and Mental Health Advocate Meet
  261. PWC Participates in Farm to Fork Gala
  262. "Skeleton" Crews Learns Life Skills
  263. PWC Participates in Andersonville Fair
  264. October Is Mental Illness Awareness Month
  265. Treadmill Record Set at Center
  266. The Scarecrows Are Here!
  267. Getting Ready for Autumn Fires
  268. Peer Spotlight: Javin Baker
  269. Birthdays Are Special at PWC
  270. Clothes Closet Provides Assistance to Peers
  271. PWC Weekly Schedule Requires Advance Planning
  272. Fall Exercise at PWC
  273. Water, Water Everywhere!
  274. Promoting Your Child's Mental Health
  275. September Is for Celebrating Recovery
  276. Peer Provides Lesson in Integrity
  277. National Suicide Prevention Week Is Here
  278. Local Physician Supports Center
  279. Market Ready for Fall Season
  280. National Recovery Month Focuses on Pathways to Wellness
  281. GSW Student Nurses Visit Campus
  282. Peer Spotlight: Artist at Work
  283. Guilt-Free Southern Cooking
  284. Media Matters: Sharing the Journey
  285. Pulling Our Weight with Fitness Program
  286. James Goss Achieves Educational Goal
  287. Lions Club and Peers Provide Mutual Support
  288. Koi Pond Enhances Peaceful Campus
  289. Visitors Provide Time for Sharing
  290. Wellness Walk Helps Keep the Pace
  291. Jeff Williams Recognized for Community Contributions
  292. Crisis Intervention Team Trainees Visit Campus
  293. Peers Attend RESPECT Institute Seminar
  294. PWC Traces Its Roots
  295. Rudy Hayes Visits PWC
  296. Creativity Corner
  297. Peer Shows Leadership in Learning & Teaching Reading Skills
  298. "First Couple" of PWC Celebrates Anniversary
  299. Summer Barbecue: Thanks to Civitans!
  300. Book Loving Peer Teaches Life Lesson
  301. Giving Back Part of Recovery
  302. Peacemakers Campers Tour PWC
  303. Happy Fourth of July!
  304. First Methodist Youth Group Visits Center
  305. Shelling Out Summer Produce
  306. Mealtimes: Finding the Right Balance
  307. The Art of Creative Expression
  308. Flower Tower Power
  309. Peer Member Reflects on Early Years -- Part III
  310. Peer Member Reflects on Early Years -- Part II
  311. Peer Member Reflects on Early Years at PWC
  312. PWC Peer Pays It Forward as Reading Tutor
  313. Watermelon Salsa!
  314. Summer's Finest Fruit Is Here!
  315. Men Are Creative, Too!
  316. Customer Service Part of PWC Market Outreach
  317. Local Nursing Students Visit PWC
  318. 7 Tips for Reducing Stress
  319. Albany CSB Group Tours Campus
  320. Time for Tomatoes
  321. Great Taste, Low Costs, Good Nutrition -- It's Breakfast at PWC!
  322. Gideons Share Bibles with Peers
  323. Mental Health Month Daily Tip
  324. Peer's Spring Planting Teaches Lesson in Recovery
  325. "Peers Helping Peers" in Action
  326. PWC Peer Places 1st in Area Run
  327. PWC Welcomes New Horizons Staff
  328. Pathways to Wellness: A Healthy Diet
  329. Community Event Draws Visitors to Market
  330. Older Adults Reach Out for Mental Health Treatment
  331. New Flower Towers Grace Hope Park
  332. Plant Education
  333. All in the Family: Peer Profile
  334. Creativity Blooms Alongside Plants at Market
  335. Double Trouble Offers Double the Support
  336. A Taxing Day? Get Some Stress Relief
  337. Rainy Days and Fridays (Never Get Us Down)
  338. WRAP Program a Favorite Recovery Guide at PWC
  339. Token System Provides More than Token Results
  340. Lessons Learned: Water Conservation and Plant Care
  341. April in Bloom
  342. 10 Things: Amanda Perry
  343. Monitoring Progress through Documentation
  344. Wanted: Reading Mentors
  345. Hanging Baskets Are in Bloom
  346. Area Law Enforcement Visit PWC during Crisis Intervention Training
  347. Peer Mentors Promote Reading Comprehension
  348. WHAM Program Brings New Opportunities
  349. Fighting Germs at PWC
  350. Hangin' in the Greenhouse
  351. Teens and Addiction - New Links
  352. Greenhouse Prep Work in Progress
  353. Spring Preparations Continue
  354. Spring Greens on the Way
  355. Males and Eating Disorders
  356. Take Action to Stop Eating Disorders
  357. Artistic Value Is Priceless at PWC
  358. Puzzle Pieces and Knitting Needles Make for Creative Partnerships
  359. National Eating Disorders Awareness Week Almost Here
  360. Manson Markette Works His Magic on PWC Grounds
  361. APA Cites Little Medical Guidance in Stress Management
  362. Save Energy; Save Money!
  363. Award-Winning Collards Recipe
  364. Blue Argo Offers Unique Gift to PWC
  365. PWC Intern Promotes Respect for the Environment
  366. PWC Team Wins Area Cook-Off
  367. Collard and Cornbread Cook-Off: Don't Forget!
  368. Net Results
  369. We're Growing!
  370. Legacy Walls: A Look Back
  371. Going Green: Collards and Competition
  372. An Artful Health Reminder
  373. Second Harvest: Pecans in Demand at Market
  374. Keeping the #1 New Year's Resolution
  375. "Recycle and Reuse" in Action at PWC
  376. Americus Banker "Pays It Forward"
  377. Local Civic Group Brings Holiday Cheer
  378. Community Spotlight: Local Businessman Gives Back
  379. Building a Sense of Community
  380. Winners Announced in PWC Gasoline Raffle
  381. 9 Holiday Depression Busters
  382. Walk 27 to Honor Shooting Victims
  383. 11 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Depression Triggers
  384. Cheer Up the Blues Is Big Success
  385. PWC a Christmas Parade Winner
  386. Equation for Wellness
  387. Cheer Up the Blues 2012 Coming Soon
  388. PWC Reps Attend Georgia Peer Support Institute
  389. No Rain Delays at PWC!
  390. Wellness Program under Expansion
  391. Beating the Holiday Blues: Part I
  392. Thanksgiving Offers Food for the Spirit (and Healthy Appetites!)
  393. THANKS for GIVING: Volunteers Make the Season Bright
  394. Going Green with Unique Garden Mulch
  395. Ten Tips for Better Mental Health
  396. Judicial Rep Tours PWC
  397. One Man's Anti-Smoking Campaign
  398. Net-Working at PWC
  399. Ready for Our Close-Up
  400. Pecan Harvest Prompts Holiday Baking
  401. Mental Health Wellness Week Almost Here
  402. New Peer Specialists Certified
  403. The Blueberry Connection
  404. Stuart Perry Speaks at Town Hall Meeting
  405. PWC Recognized for Best Practices
  406. Home Safe Home
  407. Six Exercise Essentials
  408. Joining Hands to Beat Mental Illness
  409. PWC Learns Fire Safety Tips from Local Experts
  410. Congratulations to DJ!
  411. PWC Promotes Healthy Environment
  412. Double Trouble to Double Recovery
  413. National Depression Screening Day
  414. Fall Fair Fun!
  415. Sowing the Seeds for Harvest Bounty
  416. Birthdays Provide Opportunity for Emotional Benefits
  417. National Depression Screening Day Is Next Week
  418. Peer Profile: Artist at Work
  419. They're Baaack -- Global Outreach Lends a Hand
  420. Fall Ramblings
  421. Hog Wild for Fitness
  422. An A+ for Effort
  423. Commemorating Suicide Prevention Week
  424. The Scarecrows Are Coming!
  425. September 11: A Time to Remember
  426. Fall Market Update
  427. PWC Reps Attend State Consumer Conference
  428. Happy Patch Market Prepares for Autumn Season
  429. Rosalynn Carter Visits Perry Wellness Center
  430. Planting a Seed of Hope
  431. Intern Promotes Social Contact for Mental Health Peers
  432. Peer Profile: Bible Study in the Garden
  433. Meditation Arbor Provides both Shade and Inspiration
  434. Lesson in Leadership
  435. Follow the Red Brick Road
  436. Local Food Vendors Support Happy Patch Market
  437. Global Outreach Ministries Students Provide Assistance at PWC
  438. 90 Minutes to Better Mental Health
  439. Wellness Tip: The Sounds of Nature
  440. Teamwork, Physical Activity, Friendly Competition: Let the Games Begin!
  441. Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network A Voice for Many
  442. Carter Center Celebrates 30 Years of Mental Health Focus
  443. More Healthy Eating for Summer
  444. Hope Park Provides Quiet Oasis
  445. FACTS: Mental Illness & Violence
  446. Healthy Eating -- Caprese Salad
  447. How Does Your Garden Grow?
  448. In the Cards
  449. Lessons of the Geese
  450. Lowe's Provides Garden Equipment to PWC
  451. For the Birds
  452. Stand Up for Your Health
  453. New Hours at Happy Patch Market
  454. PWC Participates in Local "Farm to Fork" Benefit
  455. Get Ready for a Farm to Table July 4th Cook-Out
  456. Stress Buster: Taking a Time Out
  457. Local Support Always Welcome
  458. June Is Men's Health Month
  459. Divine Bovine
  460. "Journey for Life" Re-Issued: Book Signing Planned
  461. Politicians and Potting Soil
  462. Ah, Summer Peas!
  463. Trash and Treasure
  464. Try "Mood Foods"!
  465. Wellness: The Mind-Body Connection
  466. Lives Restored: Faces of Recovery
  467. June Is for Healthy Eating
  468. Green Thumb Dads
  469. Silent No More: May Is Mental Health Month
  470. Welcome to The Peer Post

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