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CMH to host Lights of Remembrance ‘Cheer-ity’ open house Nov. 15

CMH Hospice annual holiday fundraiser honors the lives of loved ones

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Contacts:

Tamera Heitz-Peek
417-328-7245
theitz@citizensmemorial.com

Citizens Memorial Hospice is holding a special Lights of Remembrance open house on Wednesday, Nov. 15 from 5:15 to 6:30 p.m. at the Kerry and Synda Douglas Medical Center at Citizens Memorial Hospital (CMH) in Bolivar.

Hosted by CMH Hospice staff, the evening will welcome the holiday season with entertainment provided by Bolivar Intermediate School, in addition to recognizing three individuals with special awards: Rose Roweton, Hospice Light Award; Chad Carrel, PA, Hospice Partner in Care Award; and Sharon Kennedy, RN, the Sue McCoy Hospice Service Award. The public is invited to attend and refreshments will be served.

The purpose of the annual Lights of Remembrance “Cheer-ity” event is to honor the life of a loved one, support the Hospice philosophy of living life fully, comfortably and dying with dignity, and to involve the community in the support of Hospice care. Individuals can make donations of $5 to $500 per light in honor of family and friends, or in memory of loved ones.

The lights decorating the tree will be dedicated to those people who are being honored or memorialized. Giving to the Lights of Remembrance program will provide donations in our area to ensure that physical, emotional, spiritual and bereavement care is given to all terminally ill patients and their families.

CMH Hospice caregivers strive to help patients remain as comfortable as possible at home, or in a homelike setting, with family and friends.  The program also provides support to the family after a death of their loved one through a bereavement program.

For more information about CMH Hospice or Lights of Remembrance, donate online at http://conta.cc/2krPfKo or contact CMH Hospice at 417-326-3585 or 800-955-3493.

November 02, 2017

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CMH to host Lights of Remembrance ‘Cheer-ity’ open house Nov. 15

CMH Hospice annual holiday fundraiser honors the lives of loved ones

Citizens Memorial Hospice is holding a special Lights of Remembrance open house on Wednesday, Nov. 15 from 5:15 to 6:30 p.m. at the Kerry and Synda Douglas Medical Center at Citizens Memorial Hospital (CMH) in Bolivar.

Hosted by CMH Hospice staff, the evening will welcome the holiday season with entertainment provided by Bolivar Intermediate School, in addition to recognizing three individuals with special awards: Rose Roweton, Hospice Light Award; Chad Carrel, PA, Hospice Partner in Care Award; and Sharon Kennedy, RN, the Sue McCoy Hospice Service Award. The public is invited to attend and refreshments will be served.

The purpose of the annual Lights of Remembrance “Cheer-ity” event is to honor the life of a loved one, support the Hospice philosophy of living life fully, comfortably and dying with dignity, and to involve the community in the support of Hospice care. Individuals can make donations of $5 to $500 per light in honor of family and friends, or in memory of loved ones.

The lights decorating the tree will be dedicated to those people who are being honored or memorialized. Giving to the Lights of Remembrance program will provide donations in our area to ensure that physical, emotional, spiritual and bereavement care is given to all terminally ill patients and their families.

CMH Hospice caregivers strive to help patients remain as comfortable as possible at home, or in a homelike setting, with family and friends.  The program also provides support to the family after a death of their loved one through a bereavement program.

For more information about CMH Hospice or Lights of Remembrance, donate online at http://conta.cc/2krPfKo or contact CMH Hospice at 417-326-3585 or 800-955-3493.