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Michele LeBlanc

Michele LeBlanc

A retired executive recruiter and Canada native made her way to Statesboro to be closer to her daughter and son in law Kirsten and Steven Patterson and twin grandsons Blake and Heath. Even though she has been here for a decade, she remains fascinated by Southern culture. She loves being active, challenged and sharing local only secrets of her southern hometown, Statesboro, GA.

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912-489-3912
Email
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Recent Work by Michele

Senior Moment | Eagle Health & Rehabilitation: We are family!

Senior Moment | Eagle Health & Rehabilitation: We are family!

Let Michele LeBlanc give you a tour of Eagle Health & Rehabilitation here in Statesboro, and learn about how they work to make their facility warm, welcoming, and personalized for every resident.
Senior Moment | Get to Know Homebound Services Inc. and Med Connection

Senior Moment | Get to Know Homebound Services Inc. and Med Connection

Michele LeBlanc is encouraging seniors in need of assistance to reach out for help maintaining their health and independence. She has all the information you need on this local non-profit organization that wants you to continue living your best life.
Emerging Freedom: Mapping African American history in Bulloch County

Emerging Freedom: Mapping African American history in Bulloch County

Unveiling hidden histories! Dive into the rich tapestry of African American history in Bulloch County with Savannah Chastain's groundbreaking research. Join Grice Connects Michele LeBlanc on a journey of discovery as she explores untold stories of resilience and community.
GALLERY | Seniors at Bethany honor first responders at 2nd annual breakfast

GALLERY | Seniors at Bethany honor first responders at 2nd annual breakfast

Residents from the Cottages at Bethany had the privilege of hosting our local first responders for breakfast on Friday morning. It was a heartwarming event where they celebrated the dedication and sacrifice of these men and women in Bulloch County. Let's continue to honor and support our first responders, who go above and beyond to ensure our safety and well-being. Together, we can show our appreciation for these everyday heroes who selflessly protect and serve our community.
Wheels on the Bus: Get to know Transdev US at Georgia Southern University

Wheels on the Bus: Get to know Transdev US at Georgia Southern University

Grice Connect's Michele LeBlanc visited with the staff from the bus company that shuttles Georgia Southern students and many more around Statesboro. Learn more about an important part of the Statesboro transportation community.
Happy 100th birthday, Edith Hutchison!

Happy 100th birthday, Edith Hutchison!

We are sending a very special centennial birthday shout-out to Mrs. Edith Woodward Hutchison, who is still living life with purpose, vigor, and the thirst for adventure!
Dinner for Two: Botanic Garden celebrates romantic evening with couples who were married there

Dinner for Two: Botanic Garden celebrates romantic evening with couples who were married there

The Botanic Garden at Georgia Southern recently hosted a delicious and romantic dinner under the Heritage Pavilion for eight couples who were married in the Garden over the years. It was a beautiful walk down memory lane!
A roaring good time at the Great Gatsby-themed Bethany 'Senior' Prom

A roaring good time at the Great Gatsby-themed Bethany 'Senior' Prom

It's prom season in Statesboro, but this was a senior prom with a twist! Join Michele as she visits the Lodge at Bethany for a glitz and glamour-themed event planned by the Statesboro High School National Honor Society.
Precious PenPals: Students and seniors are bridging the generational gap by mail

Precious PenPals: Students and seniors are bridging the generational gap by mail

A sweet set of relationships are developing through a lost art: letter writing between Pen Pals. The children of Roosevelt Cone's Character Development Center are brightening the days -- and learning the history -- of the generations that came before them through their Pen Pal program with Southern Manor Senior Living.
Our Community in Bloom: Botanic Garden at Georgia Southern hosts the Magnolia Circle Party

Our Community in Bloom: Botanic Garden at Georgia Southern hosts the Magnolia Circle Party

Join Michele as she enjoys a coveted invitation to the Magnolia Circle Party for the opening night of last weekend's Spring Plant Sale at the Botanic Garden at Georgia Southern University. The Garden was in Bloom, and no detail was spared!
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