Horizon Hospice Community Fundraiser

Friday, April 9

Horizon Hospice Director Billie Jean Crawford talked about the services provided by the local, community funded hospice. The hospice is fully funded by community donations and relies on volunteers who provide support in-home and at clinical settings. Horizon Hospice will host a fundraiser, a “Drive-By Souping,” in which volunteers will serve donated soups created by local chefs in artist created bowls on Friday, April 16.

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