Es­tate Trea­sures presents check to hospice

The Star Democrat - - LIFE -

From left: Es­tate Trea­sures vol­un­teers Wende Wood­ham and Lynda Brown, Com­pass Re­gional Hospice De­vel­op­ment Of­fi­cer Kenda Lea­ger, Com­pass Re­gional Hospice Ex­ec­u­tive Direc­tor Heather Guerieri, Es­tate Trea­sures vol­un­teer and board mem­ber Linda Bounds, and Es­tate Trea­sures vol­un­teers Roz Laskin and Lor­raine Sin­cav­age. Es­tate Trea­sures, an up­scale re­sale shop in Ch­ester, re­cently raised $2,300 for Com­pass Re­gional Hospice’s cap­i­tal cam­paign, “Our Jour­ney, To­gether,” which is tak­ing place now. The money was raised dur­ing a spe­cial sale held at the store in June. Es­tate Trea­sures is run solely through vol­un­teer lead­er­ship, and the shop, an af­fil­i­ate of Com­pass Re­gional Hospice, has been rais­ing money for the or­ga­ni­za­tion for the past 25 years. Re­cently, Es­tate Trea­sures’ vol­un­teers pre­sented a check to Com­pass Re­gional Hospice. The pro­ceeds from the June sale will ben­e­fit Com­pass Re­gional Hospice’s cap­i­tal cam­paign, which will in­clude fund­ing for crit­i­cal ren­o­va­tions and an ex­pan­sion to the Hospice Cen­ter and the Hope and Heal­ing Cen­ter, both at 255 Comet Drive, Cen­tre­ville. The hospice cen­ter will ex­pand from a six-bed fa­cil­ity to a 10-bed fa­cil­ity. Ren­o­va­tions are sched­uled to be­gin later this sum­mer.


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