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After cardiologist Dr. Joel Carver brought the need for an automated external defibrillator at the Billy V. Hall Senior Activity Center in Gravette to the attention of the Washington Regional Foundation, the Foundation recently presented an AED to Mary Kay Kelley, director of the center. Making the presentation were Bill Rogers (left), executive director, and James Kimbrough, director of development of the foundation. Kelley accepted the AED and noted the center is the only one in northwest Arkansas to have an AED. "We are so grateful to Dr. Carver and the Washington Regional Foundation for the donation," she said.


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