Talbot Hospice marks Guthrie members
EASTON — More than 140 Talbot Hospice Guthrie Society members were honored at a donor appreciation party Sept. 14, hosted by Jim and Maxine Farrell at Canterbury Manor.
The Guthrie Society is a giving society for donors that give at a designated level each year to the annual campaign. The group is named after one of Talbot Hospice’s founders, Dr. Eugene “Buck” Guthrie, and this group of dedicated donors exemplifies and honors Guthrie.
Canterbury Manor is a colonial revival mansion on Bailey’s Neck built in 1906, featuring sweeping views of Trippe Creek and award-winning gardens.
“We want to share Canterbury Manor with our community,” Maxine Farrell said. “It brings us great pleasure to entertain this important group of Talbot Hospice supporters.”
Talbot Hospice Executive Director Vivian Dodge took the opportunity to express her appreciation for Guthrie Society members and their support for the hospice mission.
“Our donors are an inspiration. They have given their time, efforts, resources, commitment, and love to Talbot Hospice,” Dodge said. “Their gifts and support make it possible for Talbot Hospice to exist and to close the gap of nearly $485,000 in care and ser vices that is uncompensated.”
Talbot Hospice has been providing hospice and grief support services in Talbot County since 1981. For questions or for more information visit TalbotHospice.org or call 410-822-6681.
Talbot Hospice celebrated donors on Sept. 14 at Canterbury Manor. From left, Beth Trippe, Will Gordon, Lee Gordon, Brenda Stone, Dan Watson and Rich Trippe.