Traverse City Record-Eagle


June 14, 2014

You're Needed: 06/14/2014

• Skilled volunteers are needed as Hospice Of Michigan launches its popular Memory Bear program in Traverse City. The program provides patient's families with a bear made from the clothing of their loved one, created by volunteers using cotton, wool, fleece or flannel clothing that help the bereaved recall happy memories with their loved ones.

Volunteers must have the ability to travel to their local Hospice of Michigan office for appointments and to pick up and drop off materials. For information on becoming involved in the program, call Kathryn Holl at 929-1557.

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