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Lake Superior Hospice will be hosting a Memorial Service at the Chapel in the Jacobetti Home for Veterans in Marquette, MI on December 3rd at 6 p.m. The Memorial Service is an opportunity to honor and celebrate the lives of those we have lost. It is a time to share stories, celebrate with music, pray and remember our loved ones.
If you are interested in attending the Memorial Service please RSVP by calling Lake Superior Hospice at 906.225.7760.
Lake Superior Hospice is a community-based non-profit organization serving Marquette and Alger County since 1979, Lake Superior Hospice provides quality care for the patients that are facing a life limiting illness.
For any questions or concerns please contact Cara Zanetti at 906.225.7760 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lake Superior Hospice Teams Up with Younkers Community Days 2015
Time is running out! The sale has started!
Lake Superior Hospice is teaming up with Younkers in Marquette for its Community Days Event!
What? – Younkers Community Days Fundraising Event – Coupon books available at only $5.00 each
Where? – Younkers in Marquette – or other locations
When? – Wednesday through Saturday, November 11-14, 2015
Why? – For us, it’s a fundraiser. 100% of the booklet sales stays with Lake Superior Hospice! For you, great coupons and sales–your $5 donation will get you over $500 & more in exclusive coupon savings!
How? – Call us or stop by the office to purchase the booklet(s). You may also purchase them online with 100% of the proceeds benefiting LSH at: http://www.communitydayevent.com/organization-detail-support-your-community.html?orgID=83538
OR on November 6th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., we will be selling the booklets at the front door!
Lake Superior Hospice is the area’s only non-profit hospice and is proud to be a participant in the Younkers Community Days Event.
Trillium House Becoming a Reality
Trillium House Board President, Dan Mazzuchi, presents a check to Lynn Swadley for purchase of a tract of land in the city of Marquette upon which the Trillium House residence will be built.
This nonprofit county wide project, when completed, will provide both temporary and permanent housing and support for people enrolled in hospice care in the central U.P.
A public campaign to procure the needed funds to build Trillium House is expected to begin in the fall of 2015.
Volunteers Help with Spring Cleanup
The winter months are finally behind us and the lush green grass, blossoming flowers, and budding trees have begun to reveal themselves as the summer months approach. Yesterday, a group of volunteers and staff members worked together to clean up our grounds by picking up trash, digging up weeds, laying down new soil, trimming trees and flower bushes, and raking leaves. Although it was a slightly chilly day, with the sun shining and mini Hershey’s chocolates and Kit-Kat bars to satisfy our taste buds, it made for an enjoyable and productive evening!
I would like to thank the following volunteers who participated in the Spring Cleanup: Gwen Timmons, Elizabeth Wayne (and her son), Kristi Link, and Erin Stilwell. Their willingness to help in any way is just one of the many reasons I am proud of our volunteers and all they do for Lake Superior Hospice and our community.
April 12-18 is Volunteer Appreciation Week!
Here at Lake Superior Hospice we have a group of over 60 volunteers who dedicate their time to making a difference in the lives of our patients, their families, and our community. There are many ways to define what a volunteer is, but to us, they are the heart of hospice. Our volunteers are compassionate and loving people who go above and beyond in their duty as a hospice volunteer. Whether it’s making friendly visits with patients, providing caregiver relief, helping at the office, assisting with fundraising events, being a presence in the community, and so much more, they are all an important member of our hospice team. We couldn’t be more proud of them for their service and dedication to Lake Superior Hospice- we just want to say THANK YOU and we appreciate all that you do!
–Kymber Beltrame, Volunteer Coordinator
Honoring Our Veterans
Walking through the Jacobetti Home for Veterans is an experience in remembering that we have everything we do have because our men and women in uniform have given everything they had. And many still do.
Lake Superior Hospice does not take those sacrifices lightly. Every military veteran admitted into Lake Superior Hospice, be they at home, in assisted living, at a nursing home or the Jacobetti Veterans Facility receives an 8 x 11 Certificate of Honor and Appreciation for the time and sacrifice given on behalf of their country. And, if they were married at the time of service the spouse also receives an honorary lapel pin because LSHA recognizes that services to one’s country exacts a price on family, as well.
Lake Superior Hospice is proud to recognize those who have served above and beyond the call of duty in order that the rest of us may continue to serve in other ways. Thank you Veterans and families.
Shop with AmazonSmile–Benefit LSH
Did you know that Lake Superior Hospice is a participant in the AmazonSmile Program?
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Shop Amazon and benefit Lake Superior Hospice!
Kind of Care
A 10-week bereavement group has started on September 15th at the Carnegie Public Library in Ishpeming. If you are interested in attending the 10-week course, please call Cara Zanetti, LSH Bereavement Coordinator, to register. The group will meet on Tuesdays from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and will be utilizing “Understanding Your Grief” by Alan Wolfelt, Ph. D.
Contact Cara by phone at 906-225-7760.