Witch Hat Party to Benefit Hospice Promises to Be a Spook-tacular Time! - Hospice of Orange & Sullivan
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Witch Hat Party to Benefit Hospice Promises to Be a Spook-tacular Time!

purple-witch-hatThe Auxiliary of Hospice of Orange and Sullivan Counties, AKA Friends of Hospice is excited  to announce its participation in the 3rd Annual Witch Hat Party which will be held on Thursday, October 27, 2016 from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm at Mountainville Manor, 199 Taylor Rd. Mountainville, NY.

Hospice Volunteer, Maureen Giegel hosted this fun event the past two years as a fundraiser for Hospice of Orange and Sullivan Counties, Inc. This year, the Hospice Auxiliary, soon to be known as Friends of Hospice will be joining Maureen, our Favorite Witch, to host this fun filled evening. The theme of the event is Witch Hats so it is essential to wear your appropriate Witch’s Bonnet!  There will be prizes for the best and most creative hat as well as raffles and auction, SO…Grab your glue guns, visit your local craft store and let your creativity flow or dust off your hats from last year.

The Entertainment promises to be VERY entertaining! We are thrilled to have renowned Intuitive Medium Deborah Hanlon and Tarot Card readers Bernadette Montana & Kayla Corona.  Entertainment purposes only!

 Tickets are $35.00 and include Cocktail Style Cuisine, Desserts & Cash Bar.  If you are interested in attending, go to www.hospiceoforange.com/hospice-auxiliary/ or call/email Maureen Giegel at 845- 458- 5622 or
[email protected]

Hospice provides end of life palliative care for patients and families in their homes, at the Kaplan Family Hospice Residence, in nursing homes and in hospitals throughout Orange and Sullivan Counties and bereavement services to our community. Each year the need for Hospice services grows, and we are able to continue to meet that need through the generosity and support of giving people like you.

Please consider a sponsorship and /or attending this spook-tacular party knowing that your support will assist us in helping families care for their loved ones.