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[PAGE S RKANSAS CATHOLIC AuGUS 19, i'c o members elected Edward MMC Smith - Sr. Mary Werner Keith, Richard Udouj have been re- elected to three year terms on the Board of Trust- ees of St. Edward RSM Board been active Board of tees since and is cur- Mercy Medical Center. Keith, a member of the Religious Sisters of Mercy, re- ceived her MHA degree from St. Louis University and has been a since 1972. Udouj as He a BA from Uni- rsity NE. elected to i were Richard Udouj Lain R. and Taylor Prewitt, M.D. r named for Ihter of Charity ealth System Muse has been appointed the Director of the Daughters of Charity Health Services of Ar- kansas (DCHS- ARK), This new- est health and social service center sponsored i by the West Cen- tral Region of the Daughters of Charity National Health System (DCNHS-WC) of MO, will begin to operate in in the fall. Gould is lo- In Lincoln County. a native of Conway, Arkansas, served as the Program at the New Hope Institute in He holds a Bachelor of Arts In BUsiness Administration. his career, he has held board positions, including the boards of two hospitals, a center and the Board of the Methodist Church. Pytlik, DC, and Sr. Mary ' Services Planners with have been working with :rag the new center into was through a health and needs assessment the sisters performed nearly a year ago that the idea for a health and social service center in Lincoln County was born. During the past year, Pytlik and Walz have coordinated the development of the center with town, county and state authorities, Bishop AndrewJ. McDonald of Little Rock, local physicians, gov- ernment leaders and interested citizens. Muse's first tasks will be to hire staff and to renovate the clinic building donated by Dr. and Mrs. Randle Coker of Gonzales, LA, formerly of Lincoln County. He also will equip a mobile medical van;'donated by the Mercy Hospital of New Orleans, which will be used in outreach locations. Learning Disabilities Association to meet Little Rock - St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center will co.sponsor the August meeting of the Central Arkan- sas Chapter of the I.earning Disabilities Association of Arkansas (LDAA) on Monday, Aug. 20, at 7 PM in the Center for Health Education. Pat Kissire, spe- cial education coordinator, Pulaski County Special Schools, will present "Developing a Working Relationship with the School." Parking in the deck will be validated. For more information contact Debbie Jones, 660-3675, or Karen Bell, 945-3453. 66 99* "Place the Sacred Scriptures at the heart of the par- I| "This book should be in the hands of anyone who ish and individual fife." 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