Boy donates 700 books to hospice
CENTREVILLE — Lucas Hetzel, 13, of Stevensville recently donated more than 700 children’s books to Compass Regional Hospice, to be used with the nonprofit organization’s support groups; through Camp New Dawn, a grief retreat summer camp for children, teens and families; and at the lending library, located at the Hope and Healing Center wing of the Hospice Center in Centreville, 255 Comet Drive.
The lending library includes books, CDS and DVDS available to Hospice Center patients and their families, as well as anyone in the community who is in interested in finding information about hope and healing following a loss.
For more information about donating to Compass Regional Hospice, contact Kenda Leager at 443-262-4106 or klea[email protected]passregionalhospice. org.
For more information about free grief support services, contact Rhonda Knotts at 443-262-4109 or [email protected] compassregionalhospice.org.
Kenda Leager, development officer with Compass Regional Hospice, receives a donation of more than 700 books from Lucas Hetzel of Stevensville.