|MIchael K. Miller|
|Wednesday, June 20, 2012|
Friday last, June 15th, the Nature Coast Bridge Club of Spring Hill, Florida recognized the community connection and funding relationship with HPH Hospice. Leslie Taylor, Gift Planner, represented HPH Hospice. Representing the Nature Coast Bridge Club were Jerry Lebo, NCBC Vice President; Mary Ellen Vanzler, NCBC Club Manager; and Millie Dabbs, NCBC Membership Committee Chair.
During the year, the Nature Coast Bridge Club holds many Charity Bridge games. A portion of Bridge game fees goes to local non-profit organizations in NCBC's continuing commitment to community. HPH Hospice is one of several local non-profit organizations provided a funding gift. The Nature Coast Bridge Club's spring funding gift to HPH Hospice was $521.95.
In brief remarks, Taylor thanked NCBC for its on-going support and community commitment. As the need for hospice and home healthcare services continues to increase in Hernando, Pasco, and Citrus counties, community funding and support are essential. HPH Hospice is the home away from home when a family needs the security and comfort of knowing its loved one is at peace.
For further information on HPH Hospice, see the hospice website http://www.hph-hospice.org. For a personal tour of HPH Hospice facilities, telephone Leslie Taylor at 352-544-1181.
For insight into hospice services and home healthcare, please read three Tampa Bay Times articles by Dr. Gary McCarragher:
"Myths about hospice care: who's eligible — and when" (March 24, 2012)
"Debunking misconceptions about hospice" (April 7, 2012)
"Clarifying the nature of hospice care" (April 21, 2012)
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