Hospice moving ahead

Hospice of the Panhandle CEO Margaret Cogswell (right) accepts a $5,000 donation from the South Jefferson Ruritan Club for the Hospice facility being built on the Berkeley-Jefferson county line. Pictured with Cogswell on Sept. 26 are (from left) Hospice Development Director Maria Lorensen; the president of Hospice’s board of directors, the Rev. G.T. Schramm; and Michael Dick, vice president of the Ruritan Club. The new Hospice complex is expected to open early next year.

Hospice of the Panhandle CEO Margaret Cogswell (right) accepts a $5,000 donation from the South Jefferson Ruritan Club for the Hospice facility being built on the Berkeley-Jefferson county line. Pictured with Cogswell on Sept. 26 are (from left) Hospice Development Director Maria Lorensen; the president of Hospice’s board of directors, the Rev. G.T. Schramm; and Michael Dick, vice president of the Ruritan Club. The new Hospice complex is expected to open early next year.

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