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Aiken Regional Medical Centers, on behalf of Women Enlightened, presented $3,000 to the Best Chance Network, an affiliate of the American Cancer Society. The funds were raised through the WE Oyster Roast on April 28. Brittni Everhardt (from left), the Aiken Regional Medical Centers communications specialist; Carlos Milanes, hospital CEO; Dianna Lydiard, Best Chance Network program director; Jeff and Sherry Corbett; and Chris Hyder were at the presentation.

 Aiken Regional Medical Centers, on behalf of Women Enlightened, presented $3,000 to the Best Chance Network, an affiliate of the American Cancer Society. The funds were raised by hosting the First Annual WE Oyster Roast on April 28. Pictured are (from left): Brittni Everhardt, Aiken Regional Medical Centers Communications Specialist; Carlos Milanes, ARMC CEO; Dianna Lydiard, Best Chance Network Program Director; Jeff and Sherry Corbett and Chris Hyder.  Special
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Aiken Regional Medical Centers, on behalf of Women Enlightened, presented $3,000 to the Best Chance Network, an affiliate of the American Cancer Society. The funds were raised by hosting the First Annual WE Oyster Roast on April 28. Pictured are (from left): Brittni Everhardt, Aiken Regional Medical Centers Communications Specialist; Carlos Milanes, ARMC CEO; Dianna Lydiard, Best Chance Network Program Director; Jeff and Sherry Corbett and Chris Hyder.
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