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Saturday, October 1, 2022

Greenwood Launches Vaccination Campaign

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The City of Greenwood has launched a campaign to encourage citizens to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Community leaders such as Mayor Doug Kinslow, Dr. Sandy Johnson, Stanhope Wilkinson, Cinda Bell, Fire Chief Stewart Bryan, and Chamber President Bob Purvis all rolled up their sleeves to demonstrate their commitment to health. They know it is safe, easy, and the best way for life to get back to normal in Greenwood.  

Mayor Doug Kinslow

Mayor Doug Kinslow said, “I want all of Greenwood to be safe. Let’s get back to enjoying our lives in our wonderful town!”  

Dr. Sandy Johnson

Dr. Sandy Johnson agreed, adding, “here is a picture of me getting my first Covid vaccine as soon as I was eligible from Dr. Jody Gaston, a pharmacist from Health Depot.  I got the vaccine for my family and my patients.  At Johnson Dermatology we believe prevention and making smart choices are important.  We want everyone to stay safe and healthy and skintastic!”  

Stanhope Wilkinson

Stanhope Wilkinson with Farmers Bank also participated, “we are looking forward to reopening our community-focused bank. Let’s get vaccinated!”  

Cinda Bell

“Getting vaccinated is the most important thing we can do to get back to the life we all want to live,” stated Cinda Bell.

Bob Purvis

Greenwood Chamber of Commerce President Bob Purvis shared: “Getting vaccinated will ensure that we can enjoy our friends and family again.”

Fire Chief Stewart Bryan

Lastly, Fire Chief Stewart Bryan reminded the community of the importance of the vaccine. “Your first responders are getting vaccinated so we can serve our city safely.”

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