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Dear NAMI Gwinnett Members, Family and Friends,

I want to take this opportunity to Thank each and every one of you for you confidence and support you have given me over this past year. I have truly enjoyed my position as President of NAMI Gwinnett. I will remain on the board and actively working for our Education, Advocacy and Support to grow and serve our needs. Please feel free to contact me with any need you may have or just reach out. I cherish each relationship I have established within our NAMI Gwinnett family. I look forward to much growth this coming year for NAMI Gwinnett and much needed services for our adolescents and school aged children.

Namaste' Nancy Jaffee
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