Rev. Freddy Gardner, Associational Missionary with the Tattnall-Evans Baptist Association, recently announced a rural health clinic is coming to Evans County. The announcement came as Gardner recently spoke at a Claxton Rotary Club meeting.
“It has been a long road in the making,” said Gardner, “but the Tattnall-Evans Baptist Association…has received official notice we have been awarded a grant to construct a building for a rural health clinic.”
Gardner explained there is a desperate need for rural health clinics in Georgia and members of the Association began thinking about the possibility of a rural health clinic in 2018.
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By Julie Braly, Editor