Dignity Hospice walk draws crowds


Dignity Hospice would like to thank everyone who had any part of the event, we are always amazed at the support from the community. Construction is under way for the Dignity Hospice House, We are very excited to offer a new level of care for the service area of Boone, Lincoln, Logan, Mingo and Wayne counties


Dignity Hospice held its annual Memorial walk on Sat. Sept. 17th with an amazing group of more than 700 supporters. The event took place at the Chapmanville regional High school. People of all ages enjoyed a day filled with fun including a carnival for the children and lunch prepared by Shriners of Logan,and prizes from local businesses.


Dignity Hospice would like to thank everyone who had any part of the event, we are always amazed at the support from the community. Construction is under way for the Dignity Hospice House, We are very excited to offer a new level of care for the service area of Boone, Lincoln, Logan, Mingo and Wayne counties

Dignity Hospice held its annual Memorial walk on Sat. Sept. 17th with an amazing group of more than 700 supporters. The event took place at the Chapmanville regional High school. People of all ages enjoyed a day filled with fun including a carnival for the children and lunch prepared by Shriners of Logan,and prizes from local businesses.

Dignity Hospice would like to thank everyone who had any part of the event, we are always amazed at the support from the community. Construction is under way for the Dignity Hospice House, We are very excited to offer a new level of care for the service area of Boone, Lincoln, Logan, Mingo and Wayne counties
http://coalvalleynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Hospice-2-copy-CMYK.jpgDignity Hospice would like to thank everyone who had any part of the event, we are always amazed at the support from the community. Construction is under way for the Dignity Hospice House, We are very excited to offer a new level of care for the service area of Boone, Lincoln, Logan, Mingo and Wayne counties

Dignity Hospice held its annual Memorial walk on Sat. Sept. 17th with an amazing group of more than 700 supporters. The event took place at the Chapmanville regional High school. People of all ages enjoyed a day filled with fun including a carnival for the children and lunch prepared by Shriners of Logan,and prizes from local businesses.
http://coalvalleynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Hospice-1-copy-CMYK.jpgDignity Hospice held its annual Memorial walk on Sat. Sept. 17th with an amazing group of more than 700 supporters. The event took place at the Chapmanville regional High school. People of all ages enjoyed a day filled with fun including a carnival for the children and lunch prepared by Shriners of Logan,and prizes from local businesses.
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