Bluebird In The Boro
Wednesday night is the final in the trio of evenings for Alive Hospsice' BLUEBIRD IN THE BORO at The Grove at Williamson Place, 3250 Wilkinson Pike, across from the Avenue of Murfreesboro. This is the sixth annual concert series and dinner. For information, phone 615-890-6158.
President and CEO Anna-Gene O'Neal welcomed the packed venue and shared a heartwarming message about Alive Hospice. They have helped in area homnes with the inevitible for more than four decades. Now--over the past year and a half, individuals may choose staying at the new residence at 1629 Williams Drive. That's between Murfreesboro Medical Clinic and St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital.
The fact that life is so delicate was proven at the beginning of the evening as O'Neal offered a moment of silent prayer for Beverly McPherson, who passed away suddenly on Monday. She was the wife of Hospice Chairman of the Board Warren McPherson, MD.
The concerts are based on the famous Bluebird series that originated in Nashville and features some of Music City's top writers performing their hits.
Lunch & Learn
Alive Hospice' informative LUNCH & LEARN series for March wil be at noon this Friday, March 8, 2019. REGISTER ON LINE or phone 615-890-6158 for more information.
Guest speaker is Attorney Barbara Moss, founder of Elder Law Nashville, PLC. She will discuss how the law intersects with seniors and the disabled in decision making and paying for medical care. In addition, Moss will tell about advance care planning and how families can support loved ones as they age.