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October 9, 2007

Albany - - Community leaders suited up in their best cowboy attire this evening to celebrate some of Albany's newest residents.

New physicians and corporate leaders were honored at a welcome party this evening hosted by Phoebe Putney Hospital and the Chamber of Commerce.

Twenty-eight people who work in healthcare, education, and other fields were guests of honor.

One of those guests worked in Albany before but moved to Atlanta for another job.

Now, she back in town working at Phoebe.

"It's great to see the growth of the physician community. There are a lot of new physicians in town. A lot of new leadership in town, a lot of organizations are here. This is a great opportunity to meet and greet and put a name with a face," says Frances marthone, VP of Phoebe Medical Services.

More than 400 people showed up for the event held at the Potter Community Center. Phoebe has held this event for about 15 years.  

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