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Announcing Our Season Give-Away Winners

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The winners of our Seasonal Give-Away are...

1. Torika Green: Portable Tripod Stool from JBM International

2. Meredith Grant Kinne: Donut Fear the Speech Pathologist is Here ID Badge from BeyondTheScrubs

3. Kathleen Redford: Ceramic Speech Bubble Bowl & Plate Set by Kina Ceramics

4. Melanie Petrushko: Nursing Purse/AnyCase by LoveAmarie

5. Deborah Amundsen: doTerra Essential Oils Introductory Kit provided by Julie Arnold

6. Allison Walsh: Knee High Compression Socks from Cutiefuls

7. Norma Chabbott: Rodan + Fields Brightening Hand Treatment provided by Emily Pack

8. Jessica Westall: Gift Certificate from Community Care Partners, Inc. for CEUs

9. LeeAnn Smith Treece: Gift Certificate to calmslp.com for $50.00 from Calm, LLC:

Winners will be notified via e-mail. Thanks to our wonderful businesses for sponsoring this event. We thank each and every one of our newsletter subscribers for your support and wish you all a joyous holiday season! 

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