Monthly Archives: March 2014

Dancers shine in an evening to remember

THE Charity Dinner & Dance held at Che Hoon Khor Moral Uplifting Society was a success, raising more than RM50,000 for the Penang Hospice. The audience, which included cancer patients from the Penang Hospice, were mesmerised by fantastic performances by…

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Rainbow Hospice’s public art fundraiser to open doors across Park Ridge

Not all doors open to buildings. At least not the kind Rainbow Hospice and Palliative Care is looking to install this summer. Like the fiberglass rainbows, animals and butterflies before them, a series of individually-decorated doors could begin … MORE:…

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White Plains Salvation Army Honors Local Hospice

Hospice & Palliative Care of Westchester and Stepinac’s Michael O’Donnell Receive Honors from The Salvation Army White Plains, NY – (March 31, 2014) This past Thursday morning, Hospice & Palliative Care of Westchester (HPCW) – along with longtime Stepinac High…

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Brave fundraisers walk on fire for Bolton Hospice

There were no cold feet on Friday (March 28) as more than 40 participants stepped across the burning embers, some in fancy dress. Nikki Powell, aged 40, completed the firewalk with her 14-year-old stepson Alex Greenhalgh. They took to the…

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Another brick in the wall for new hospice

Glengormley Integrated Primary School has raised £3,400 for the Northern Ireland Hospice’s ‘Wall of Hope’ appeal. The appeal focuses on local schools raising funds for the relatives’ room and children’s play area in the new hospice at Somerton Road. CONTINUED:…

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Long-time Hospice of Guernsey nurse Carol Dobeck retiring – Daily Jeff – The Daily Jeffersonian

The Daily Jeffersonian Long-time Hospice of Guernsey nurse Carol Dobeck retiring – Daily JeffThe Daily JeffersonianGarrett Knott/The Daily Jeffersonian. Hospice of Guernsey held an open house Thursday evening in recognition of retiring nurse Carol Dobeck, RN. Carol has 20 years…

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Hospice patient gets visit from favorite country singer

Dusty Fowler loves country music. The 31-year-old Spindale man especially loves listening to rising country star Saddle Brown, who grew up in nearby Lincolnton. “I love the melody. I love the way he sings,” Dusty said Thursday afternoon from his…

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Hospice help earns award

CLIFTON SPRINGS — The fourth- and fifth-grade students who make up Girl Scout Junior Troop 40837 were looking for a way to help the community when they found the House of John. They toured the Spring Street hospice, speaking with…

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Harley School's Hospice Class making a huge difference in many people's lives

Reminiscent of the college “Death Class” I wrote about recently, high school seniors at The Harley School – a high school – in Rochester, New York, have had the option of taking a class called “Hospice” for some years now.…

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Frisbie earns hospice, palliative nurse certification – Lakenewsonline.com

Frisbie earns hospice, palliative nurse certificationLakenewsonline.comAngela Frisbie, R.N., CHPN, palliative care coordinator at Lake Regional Health System, recently achieved certification in hospice and palliative care from the National Board for Certification of Hospice and Palliative Nurses. The NBCHPN is the…

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