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April 10, 2007

By Ashley Dudley

Valdosta - The Valdosta Junior Woman's Club is celebrating 50 years of women's strong contribution to the community.

Susan Cherry was the 2007 recipient of the Woman of the Year Award.

Cherry is the executive director of Hospice of South Georgia.

She was chosen by her peers for her passion for the job and bettering the Valdosta community.  "Everyone that works with Hospice of South Georgia, they're just such giving people and to realize they had selected me as a recipient for this honor was truly quite a blessing," she says.

Cherry has been working at Hospice for almost 20 years.

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