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To the Editor:
Community Hospice is celebrating the success of this year’s Treasures of Time Event held March 2 at Atwood Lake Resort.

As a result of generous donors, good hearted “purchasers”, and a tremendous amount of effort extended by our volunteers over $14,000 was raised for patient care. There is always danger in leaving someone out, but our gratitude goes to all of the individuals and companies who donated items and sponsorships.

Bill and Barb Newell did a masterful job of auctioning over 23 unique items. Eight local “experts” provided their time to do appraisals. Atwood Lake Resort welcomed us and provided an ideal environment for a fun event in the midst of a “blizzard”. And the “always giving” Community Hospice volunteer corps did their usual job of soliciting donations, setting up the event, and making sure those in attendance had a wonderful experience. We are grateful to all of those involved and for the support of the community as a whole to yet another successful Community Hospice fund raising event. Mark your calendars for our next Treasures of Time which will be held on March 8, 2015.

Nancy Wheaton, Shari Ayers, Gary Smith
Community Hospice Treasures of Time


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