Hospice society seeks those willing to help

Do you have a desire to help others? Do you believe that no one should die alone?

The executive and directors of Clearwater and District Hospice Society line up for a photograph following a recent event. Pictured are (back

Do you have a desire to help others? Do you believe that no one should die alone?

If so, Clearwater and District Hospice Society is looking for new members.

The society is a volunteer organization that provides compassionate care for the dying, their families and the bereaved.

Its mission is to offer support to those in grief so that the road might be made easier.

Members should be 18 years of age or older. Appropriate training is provided to all new members.

“Hospice matters,” organizers say. “The end of life deserves as much beauty, care and respect as the beginning.”


If you are interested or want more information, please call coordinator Andrea Lenny at 250-587-2366.



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