Alive Hospice's monthly Lunch and Learn Series is presented the third Friday of each month at The Residence at Alive Hospice Murfreesboro.
The Rutherford County community asked Alive Hospice for a dedicated hospice facility so that patients who need a team of hospice specialists only footsteps away can have such a facility within minutes of home.
Alive Hospice broke ground on a new ten bed facility this past August and the foundation and framing is nearly complete.
The first of what will likely be an annual event was held at the Gateway Island Greenway trail to raise funds for the soon to be built Alive Hospice Residence behind Murfreesboro Medical Clinic.
Hike For Hospice: A Memorial Walk is this Saturday, Oct. 1 in Murfreesboro, and time is running out to sign up! Walkers can register at AliveHospice.org/hike.
Kids need lots of support after a loss, and they also need to have fun and just be kids. Support and fun are what Camp Forget-Me-Not is all about!
Alive Hospice Chief Medical Officer Robert Berkompas highlighted the event by giving the official release of the butterflies...
The Murfreesboro City Council approved a request by Gateway property owner Mark Pirtle LLC for release from purchase agreement obligations so land can be sold to Alive Hospice, Inc. for construction of a new Hospice facility.
The support group will meet for eight weeks on Tuesday evenings from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Adults grieving the loss of a parent, spouse, sibling or other loved one are invited to join the group.
The holiday season can be a very difficult time if you've lost a loved one.
Adults grieving the loss of a parent, spouse, sibling or other loved one are invited to join the group.
Kids need lots of support after a loss, but they also need to have fun and just be kids. Support and fun are what Camp Forget-Me-Not is all about!
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