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Hotcakes for Hospice
Posted on 07.20.15 in Events, News

Hotcakes Flyer Website

Lake Superior Hospice (LSH) will be hosting their Third Annual “Hotcakes for Hospice” fundraiser on Sunday, August 23, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the Masonic Temple in downtown Marquette. Guests will enjoy a delicious breakfast that will include pancakes, French toast, real maple syrup, fresh blueberries, sausage links, orange juice and coffee. Tickets are priced at $12 for ages 13 and older; $5 for youth ages 6-12; and a donation is suggested for children five and younger.  Tickets can be purchased in advance online at hotcakesforhospice.eventbrite.com or by stopping in our office at 914 W. Baraga Avenue, Marquette. Please call LSH at 906.225.7760 if you have any questions or need assistance with purchasing your tickets online.

All proceeds raised will benefit the Lake Superior Hospice Patient Care Fund. The Patient Care Fund is a program organized to meet the needs of patients and ensure their comfort while under hospice care. Patients often have specific needs that would increase their quality of life and comfort that are not covered by insurance and are simply beyond the means of the family. This can include everything from simple medical supplies, to travel expenses for a child to get home before the passing of a parent, to a special final anniversary dinner for a couple to enjoy together.  Our goal is to ensure patients reach their end-of-life goals and live fully in the present.

Parking:

There are two entrances to the Masonic Temple, one on Washington Street in which there is two-hour free on-street public parking available.  The second entrance is directly across from the public parking ramp located between Washington Street and Bluff Street. The following is a map of downtown Marquette, to show parking surrounding the Masonic Temple.

Parking Map for Hotcakes

 

 





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    Lake Superior Hospice would like to thank the following nurses who are a part of our clinical staff: Becky Shauver, Carol Blashill, Lynn Johnson, Lisa Johnson, Eileen Smit, Christy Maki, Glenda Christian, Julie Higbie, Nichol Hewitt, Louise Wilcox, and Denise Gallippo.