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Hospice Of The Valley E-News, July 2011


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The following comes to us from Susan Levine, Executive Director of Hospice of the Valley:

We may be at the peak of summer in Arizona, but the heat isn't slowing things down for Hospice of the Valley. We even have some fun to share, always for a good cause. Dine at Hula's on Mondays in July to benefit New Song Center for Grieving Children. And stop by the White Dove Thrift Shoppes this month for our "Christmas in July" sale.

Hospice of the Valley wins SRP solar system

Hospice of the Valley has been awarded an 8-kilowatt solar photovoltaic system valued at nearly $100,000 for the Lund Family Hospice Home in Gilbert by Salt River Project. "The SRP photovoltaic system will provide our first opportunity to experience the benefits of solar power," said Diana Murray, vice president facilities and purchasing. "We are grateful for the support and generosity of SRP and EarthWise Energy customers." Read more.

Christmas in July at the White Dove

It may be triple-digits outside, but at the White Dove Thrift Shoppe, it's time to buy holiday items at rock-bottom prices. The "Christmas in July" sale features holiday items such as artificial trees and wreaths, lights, ornaments, nativity sets, cards, holiday dishes, glassware and home décor. The sale runs through July 31.

More information.

Dine at Hula's on Mondays in July to benefit New Song Center

New Song Center for Grieving Children, a program of Hospice of the Valley, has been selected as the not-for-profit beneficiary of Mahalo Mondays at Hula's Modern Tiki in July. Hula's will donate 10 percent of the day's gross proceeds on Mondays in July to New Song Center. Hula's is located at 4700 N. Central Ave., Phoenix. New Song Center offers grief support for children, teens, young adults and parents/family caregivers. New Song Center was recently featured in an ABC 15 News report and article about the process of grief. See video and article.

Phoenix Business Journal recognizes HOV staff

The Phoenix Business Journal has singled out two HOV staff members for their exemplary performance and professional example. Jean Marie Stockton, director of clinical services at Hospice of the Valley's West Clinical Office, is a finalist in the nursing category of the Business Journal's Health Care Heroes contest. Meanwhile, Anabell Castro Thompson, nurse practitioner and Hispanic community liaison, has been named to the paper's "Forty-Under-40," a program honoring young leaders in the Phoenix metro market.

We hope your summer brings you some fun, respite and cool relaxation. Thank you for being our friend and supporter.

Susan Levine

Executive Director

Hospice of the Valley

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