South Georgia Medical Center's annual Love Light Tree is back up at the main entrance.
For $15, an ornament to memorialize or honor that special someone can be displayed on the Love Light Tree.
Money raised will help build SGMC's new $50 million patient tower.
"It's the easiest way to give back to a charity here locally that is always here for you 24/7, 365 days a year," said Elizabeth Vickers, the foundation director for South Georgia Medical Center.
South Georgia Medical Center hopes to raise $20,000.
For more info on how to donate, call (229) 333-1071 or visit the hospital's website, www.sgmc.org
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