Hospice thanks Masonic Club

  • By Darlene Hilderbrand
  • Friday, March 17, 2017 12:42pm
  • News

Hospice of Homer would like to thank the Kachemak Bay Masonic Club, in cooperation with Homer Elks No. 2127, for the recent donation. The funds were raised at the 2nd Annual Masonic Awareness Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser on Jan. 28. Hospice is thankful to the Masonic Club for their generous support. This is the second year Hospice of Homer was chosen to be a recipient of this event.

Without the support of organizations, like the Masonic Club and Elks, hospice could not continue to provided free of charge services. Hospice values our wonderful, generous community. By working together we are all stronger.

If you would like to make a financial donation to hospice or give of your time by volunteering or do both, please stop by the hospice office on Pioneer Avenue so we can talk. You can also view our website at hospiceofhomer.org for information about the services Hospice of Homer provides.

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