We hope our readers have had a Merry Christmas and are looking forward to a wonderful new year. At Perry Wellness Center, we want to end the year on a high note. We are proud of the accomplishments of peers and staff at PWC and the warm spirit of renewal and recovery that make our efforts worth doing.
One of our most important activities is our farm-to-table store, Rudy’s Happy Patch Market. It serves as a comfortable location for interactions between our peer clients and the general public, while allowing us to provide mental health information to interested visitors. The market also serves as a major fundraiser for our non-profit organization, so that we can not only keep our doors open, but expand our range and volume of services. Another important function of our market is to provide healthier nutritional opportunities for peers, staff, and the general public.
So, we were very pleased recently to receive an award from the Americus Times-Recorder newspaper, honoring our selection by its readers as having “the best fresh produce in Sumter County.” PWC founder and director Stuart Perry appreciated the award, presented by Americus Times-Recorder general manager Nicole Buchanan.
“This is not our first selection for this award,” Stuart offered. “We are proud of this recognition and will continue to work to make our operation even better.”