Notes of Honor for our military members

Along with Compassionate Care Hospice, Life 96.5 invites you to join others in celebrating those who serve and have served our country by helping create Notes of Honor. This event, originally scheduled for February 24, has been re-scheduled for Friday, March 31st.

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On Friday, March 31st, you are invited to join others at an all-day drop-in card making party at R Scrapbook Store at 3709 W. 41st St. in Sioux Falls between 11 am and 8 pm.  Volunteers will be crafting cards and writing notes to our veterans. This will be an opportunity to get out your favorite stamps, embellishments and pens and use them to create notes that show love and bring encouragement to our vets. There will be treats so grab a friend and come on over for an hour or two! Kids age ten and up are welcome to come with their parent.

You are also welcome to donate supplies that will be used during the card making event! Greatly needed now are:

  • Rubber stamp cleaner and cleaning pads
  • Cutters and scissors
  • Adhesives—double stick tape and scrapbooking tape
  • Ink pads in all colors (but mostly black)
  • Boxes of white note card envelopes
  • Ink cleaning sprays and pads
  • Card stock

Donations can be brought to R Scrapbook Store in Sioux Falls, 3709 W. 41st St. (near Guitar Center) (605) 338-7502

OR

Compassionate Care Hospice, 6009 W. 41st St. (Kirkwood Plaza) in Sioux Falls, (605) 338-2066.

The mission of Compassionate Care Hospice is to reach out to people and affirm life in its final stages by providing care to any patients and their families with a need and by educating the community. The personalized, one on one help provided by the staff puts families at ease with their kindness and often enables patients to remain in the comfort and privacy of their own homes with their loved ones. CCH provides the special care and services that make that choice possible.

If your loved one is beginning to decline, a quick phone call can set up a simple evaluation to see if hospice is an option. Medicare, Medicaid and most insurers and HMO’s pay for hospice care with little or no out-of-pocket cost to the patient or family.

The mission of Compassionate Care Hospice is to reach out to people and affirm life in its final stages by providing care to any patients and their families with a need and by educating the community. The personalized, one on one help provided by the staff puts families at ease with their kindness and often enables patients to remain in the comfort and privacy of their own homes with their loved ones. CCH provides the special care and services that make that choice possible.

If your loved one is beginning to decline, a quick phone call can set up a simple evaluation to see if hospice is an option. Medicare, Medicaid and most insurers and HMO’s pay for hospice care with little or no out-of-pocket cost to the patient or family.

Learn more at the Compassionate Care Hospice website.

 

2 Responses to "Notes of Honor for our military members"

  • Mary Eich says:

    What if we are not able to attend on the 24th? May we make our own card and drop it off somewhere?

    1. lbanik says:

      Hi Mary!

      Actually, they have postponed the card making event until Friday, March 31st due to the weather. You sure can make your own cards and you can always drop them off at our station or at R Scrapbook Store in SF.

      Hope that helps! Thank you for getting involved, what a blessing your cards will be :)
      Lauren

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