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HPH Hospice to hold remembrance services


HPH Hospice services to honor loved ones

HPH Hospice will hold Time for Remembrance services at 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Thursday at HPH Hospice, 6801 Rowan Road, New Port Richey; and at 2 and 6 p.m. Nov. 15 at HPH Hospice, 37445 Clinton Ave., Dade City. Using readings, music and American Indian rituals, the services are designed to remember and honor loved ones who have died. Daytime services include dove releases; evening services conclude in candlelight. Reservations are not necessary. For information, call toll-free 1-800-486-8784.


CARES offers support group for dementia

CARES will host its first support group for families affected by dementia from 1-3 p.m. Friday at CARES Musunuru, 12417 Clock Tower Parkway, Hudson. Guest speakers will be CARES staff members and will be available to answer questions families may have about caring for their loved ones. The group will meet again the second Friday of each month. Includes snacks and coffee. To RSVP, call (727) 863-6868.


Event will benefit Breast Health Center

Gala XV, a black tie event to benefit the Breast Health Center at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, is planned for 6 p.m. Nov. 17 at Saddlebrook Resort, 5700 Saddlebrook Way. Tickets are $150 and reservations are required by Friday. For information, call (813) 783-6144.


Festival of Trees returns Nov. 16-20

The second annual Festival of Trees will run from Nov. 16-20 in front of Dillard's at Gulf View Square Mall, 9409 U.S. 19. Decorated Christmas trees and wreaths will be on display and available by auction. Proceeds benefit the Good Samaritan Clinic of Pasco. The festival concludes with a VIP party and live auction. For information about the festival, call Judith Koutsos at (727) 842-6821. For tickets and information about the VIP party, e-mail Victoria Barley at


Alzheimer's fundraiser needs planning help

The Alzheimer's Family Organization seeks committee members to coordinate the planning of its 13th annual Gong Show fundraiser. The fundraiser is planned for Feb. 4 at the Jewish Community Center in Port Richey. For information, call (727) 848-8888.


VFW flea market seeks vendors

The Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post 8681 seeks vendors for the flea market it hosts the second Saturday of each month. The post is at 18940 Drayton St. The cost is $15 for two parking stalls. Vendors must bring their own tables. For information, call (727) 856-1860.


Church's Fall Bazaar looking for vendors

The Episcopal Church Women of St. Stephen's Church in New Port Richey seeks vendors for the group's Fall Bazaar, to take place Nov. 18 and 19. Inside tables are $15 per day and outside tables are $10 per day. The deadline to rent a table is Friday. Call (727) 937-0039 or (352) 277-1289.

Times staff

HPH Hospice to hold remembrance services 11/08/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 8, 2011 8:35pm]
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