UPCOMING EVENTS

September 18th- October 23,
11:30 am-12:30 pm at the 55 Activity Centre
Coffee Get Together: Drop-in Grief Group: Open to anyone, this group offers an opportunity to listen and to share grief experiences. Find the time for yourself and be supported as you continue to make the many difficult adjustments to life following  the loss of a loved one. 

November 5th- December 10th
Courage to Grieve: A community based program for those experiencing loss through death, co-facilitated by two individuals.  Registration is required.  The six week structured bereavement sessions are held in a safe, non-judgmental group environment where you can meet others having similar experiences, thoughts and feelings.  

November 30th
Memory Tree: A community event to remember your loved ones

 

 

Click links above for more details

 

Tuesday
Dec202016

The 2 final draw winners

 

Sorry for the delay folks, technical difficulties!! Thankfully the draw winners were informed on the spot and were thrilled!

A big thanks to the guys at Alta Lake Electric, not only are they so awesome for stringing the Memory Tree lights for us each year, they also did the 4th draw picking 5 O'clock Somewhere as thursday's winning team!

nd thanks to Ray one of our amazing volunteers for doing double duty, stopping to draw a team name after visiting someone at home! What a guy! Thanks for drawing our final winning team of the week Red or White!

And thanks to all of your for playing this fun holiday game and supporting Squamish Hospice Society programs that reach out to our community as they face life limiting illness, end of life and loss. Your support helps make a difference in their lives.

PS....Sorry for the side ways pictures, my technical skills need work!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

 

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