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April 19, 2006
by Brent Solomon

Albany - Phoebe Putney Hospital's Paver Pathway grew today. One-hundred-seventeen new pavers were added for the 2006 dedication. The hospital displays the brick pavers as tributes or memorials.

Wednesday, the Green family dedicated a paver to their late daughter, Amanda. "We lost our daughter to cancer in January and it's just a neat way for us to have her memory forever here with us here and her name for the community to see," said Barbara Green.

Those in attendance also received a yellow rose to take home.

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