Hospice appreciates supporters

  • Wednesday, July 16, 2014 5:41pm
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Hospice of Homer recently feted our remarkable, bighearted volunteers to a barbecue on the patio at our new office. 

I want to thank the following generous hospice supporters for helping to make the event a fun, successful evening: Kachemak Wholesale, Safeway grocery store, Caribou Family Restaurant, Cookie’s Country Greenhouse, Edward Jones Investment and South Peninsula Hospital. What a great community we live in as evidenced by this generous support.

If you are interested in learning about the free of charge services Hospice of Homer provides the community or want to become a hospice volunteer or make a donation to hospice, come visit us at our wonderful, new space located in the lower level of 265 East Pioneer Ave., Suite 3. To get to the hospice office, take the driveway on the side of building that leads to parking lot in the back. Our door is on the right and sports a sign. You can also call us at 235-6899.

Darlene Hilderbrand, executive director

Hospice of Homer

 

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