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"North Carolina, from the mountains to the sea"
Dr. Kennedy and his wife, Anne, love the state of North Carolina and wanted to reflect the beauty of our great state in our metal art...from the mountains to the sea.
Our exam rooms were designed in honor of Dr. Kennedy and his brothers' favorite things....
"The Bat Room"
Our Bat room was designed in loving memory of Dr. Kennedy's brother Matthew, who loved anything to do with Batman and Sherlock Holmes.
"The Pig Room"
Our Pig room was designed in honor of Dr. Kennedy's brother Brian. Brian collected pigs in his younger days & continues to collect them even now. He is also a big fan of the Cincinnati Reds baseball team & Pete Rose, an American former baseball player and manager.
"The Penguin Room"
Our Penguin room was designed in honor of Dr. Kennedy. He loves all types of penguins, but is especially fond of the Rock Hopper. He also loves to snow ski!
Our bathroom was designed in loving memory of Ethel Mae who is pictured above our bathroom door. She was an abandoned raccoon baby that Dr. Kennedy rehabilitated. Ethel Mae greeted Dr. Kennedy every day for 7 years. She would climb up on his shoulder to find out what kind of goodies he had brought to her. Her favorite foods included Brach's Maple Nut Goodies candy, Nekot cookies, and dry cat food.
Make-A-Wish makes wishes come true!!!
As many of you know, the Make-A-Wish foundation works to grant the wish of every child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition. In the United States and its territories, on average, a wish is granted every 34 minutes. When we were presented with the opportunity to help the Make-A-Wish foundation grant Ms. Madison’s wish to receive a puppy, we were more than happy to help! Madison received a French bulldog puppy originally named Chubby - she later decided to change his name to Duke since she loves Duke mayonnaise. Dr. Kennedy agreed to donate the needed vaccinations, de-worming treatments, neuter surgery at the appropriate age, as well as a microchip thru Animal House. With the help of multiple vendors, we also received donations for items such as food, flea/tick prevention, heartworm prevention, shampoos, ear cleaners, and any needed diagnostics for the first year. Please keep this family in your prayers – as we all know, sickness can take a toll on any family but our hearts break for this family as they deal with the everyday expenses, emotions, and stresses that come with having a sick child. We are so glad that we were able to help & would like to send a special thanks to all of our vendors that donated towards this cause. We hope that Madison and her new friend “Duke” can have a long and happy life together!