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Employee Newsletter

Written by admin January 29th, 2021 -
Special Employee Feature: Retirement of Sylvia Sligh Burrell. We want to wish Sylvia Sligh-Burrell a very Happy Retirement! When Sylvia joined WES in July of 1992 the company was initially called 5A and 6C Community Catchment Areas before it was renamed Dr. Warren E. Smith Health Centers and later reorganized under WES Health System. Just to give everyone an idea of what was happening in 1992, Bill Clinton defeated incumbent President George H. W. Bush and became the 42nd President of the Uni

Women’s Month Newsletter

Written by Manthan Kanani March 10th, 2021 -
Women’s History Month March 2021 Honoring the Accomplishments of Women The month of March is an annual declared month which highlights the contributions of women events in history and society. Across the board, people are continuing to recognize the importance of gender representation, and women across the world are continuing to do things worth distinguishing and celebrating. Women’s History Week Women’s History Month began as a local celebration

Wes Company Newsletter

Written by Manthan Kanani April 27th, 2021 -
Lets Celebrate Asian History! May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. The month is dedicated to the celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. The first 10 days of May were selected to honor Asian/Pacific American history. Nonetheless, Congress expanded the observance to the entire month of May in 1992. The Evolution of Asian Art The historical influences of Asian art incorporate a wide variety of re

Pride Month 2021

Written by Manthan Kanani June 4th, 2021 -
Men and women from many different walks of life celebrate LGBT pride daily. Though every day is a chance to honor the beauty and distinctiveness of who you are, June is the most special month for many in the LGBT community. All over the nation, people celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month. Also, the final Sunday of June is nationally Gay Pride Day. The month of June has established national recognition privately and publicly through a declarat

Native American History Month Newsletter

Written by Manthan Kanani November 16th, 2021 -
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