The PRHPCS was graciously presented with a donation of $1000 on behalf of the Smith Group Holdings Family barbecue. To accept this generous donation was Marg Laux and Linda Currie of PRHPCS and Cole Smith and Jody Wester of Smith Group Holdings.
PRHPCS would like to express there extreme gratitude for the Smith Group Holdings Support.
In May of this year, we were able to meet with many of our volunteers and brainstorm about our communities’ needs. One of the needs identified was a place to meet and discuss the challenges of grieving and healing following a loss.
We are offering an
Evening Bereavement Group, an opportunity to share thoughts and feelings and
needs with others traveling a similar path.
Discussions can vary from the process of dying, the physical changes, emotional, the “hole in your life”, losses prior to death, paperwork just to mention a few. Subjects can, and will, vary to meet the needs of everyone.
Bereavement is a journey, one as unique as every
person. There is no right or wrong way, no specific start or end time.
Everyone is welcome to join the group whether you are
coming from a recent, a past, or an evolving loss event in your life. This is an opportunity to meet with a facilitator for an informal discussion
with others traveling a similar path.
PRHPCS WELCOMES YOU TO OUR EVENING BEREAVEMENT GROUP
Recently, the Brooks Lions Club donated $1,000.00 to Prairie Rose Hospice Palliative Care Society. Shown left to right, Marg Laux, board member, Paul Vickers, Lions Treasurer, and Linda Currie, board chairperson. PRHPCS appreciates Brooks Lions Club support of hospice palliative care in Brooks and Area.
PRHPCS was thrilled that, in June, the Duchess School Youth Philanthropy Class included PRHPCS in their list of 4 community programs they could be interested in supporting. The class funding comes from CFSEA – Community foundation of South-eastern Alberta.
The Duchess School students – Kayleigh, Madison, Payton, Shelby & Syndey with Teacher Jill Goodheart met with 3 members from PRHPCS to hear our mandate, history, the services we provide and our organizations greatest need.
After hearing from the 4 groups, students selected 2 groups, one being PRHPCS, because it isn’t well know and their services are very important. “Services are available to people before and after passing and they are all volunteers,’ said one of the students.
Presentation took the form of a luncheon with recipients and the Duchess and Brooks Philanthropy Classes with 2 of our members present to accept their donation.
It is exciting to see CFSEA work with the school students to allow them to learn of community programs and their needs plus make the difficult decision of which group/s to pick for the monies available. Thanks to CFSEA as well.
SEPTEMBER 07, 2019 Saturday LOCATION: CENTENNIAL REGIONAL ARENA
GUESTS OF THE BROOKS SHINE AND SHOW EVENT
Entry: Minimum of $100.00 per team INCOME TAX RECEIPTS WILL BE ISSUED
Team name: ___________________________________________Participant_________________________________________________________________________
CONTACTS: Marg Laux 403 362 5663 email@example.com
Rose-Marie Anderson 403 793 7105 Rose-M1@telus.net
Prairie Rose Hospice Palliative Care Society is looking for teams to compete in a BED RACE on September 07, 11:30-1:30 at the CRA during the Brooks Show and Shine Event.
We challenge you to come up with a team of four, to “race” these beds in front of the Main Entrance to the CRA, two at a time in a TIMED competition. Guaranteed to run two heats.
To enter you need four able bodied, hard running, individuals, wearing their own distinctive attire, and have filled the team pledge sheet to a minimum of $100.00.
Though no “humans” can be in the stretchers, feel free to bring your own “mascot”.
Challenge another company, another department, another club or group of friends. Come for the fun and run for our palliative care patients in our communities. The more pledges you get, the more we can do for our communities.
Prizes for the winning teams
RUN FOR A GREAT CAUSE!!!! Your Support is appreciated.
PrairieRose Hospice Palliative Care Society first full day Lecture Series conference May 4th, 2018 focused on what excellent resources people – caregivers and medical staff can access online. Where to find information to help loved ones and clients understand their life-threatening, progressive and/or terminal illness. Palliative Care is about Life and Each day Matters. It is important to teach people how to live no matter what is around the corner for them focus on their own Legacy of Life.
Thank you to the presenters Ogechi Asagwara Virtual Hospice; Carrie Huckerby Recreation Therapy; Pastor John Thiess, Rayne Johnson Midwife for the dying and attendees – each helped make the education day such a success.
Thank you to John Petrie – radio station advertising; Sandra Stanway – Brooks Bulletin advertising; Colleen and Chelsey Bolt for their donation of clear bags with our logo for handouts; Cindy Young for door prizes with winners Anita Almass and Carol Jasperson; Deb from The Heritage; Duchess Mennonite Church Quilting ladies for the lap quilt we raffled. Congratulations to Ian Betters of Brooks for winning the lap quilt.