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Hospice Tree of Life

December 3, 2017

 Ceremony Locations

Brooklyn
Creamery Brook Retirement Village
36 Vina Lane, off Route 205

Canterbury
Canterbury Town Hall,
Westminster Road

Danielson
Davis Park
Corner of Broad and Reynolds Streets

Griswold
Griswold Town Hall
Main Street, Jewett City

Moosup/Plainfield
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Route 12

Pomfret
Christ Church
521 Pomfret Street (Route 169)

Putnam
St. Mary Church
218 Providence Street

Sterling
Sterling Town Hall
1183 Plainfield Pike, Oneco

Thompson
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church
Main Street

Woodstock
Roseland Cottage
Route 169


Sunday, December 3, 2017 
Ceremony: 5:00 p.m.
Lighting: 5:15 p.m.
Reception: 5:30 p.m.

Please join us for the 28th anniversary celebration of our annual Tree of Life Ceremony. Each December, communities throughout Northeast Connecticut come together to remember and honor their loved ones through a symbol of light. The purchase of memorial lights on each community's Tree of Life benefits the wonderful work done by Hospice & Palliative Care of Northeastern Connecticut to enhance the lives of terminally ill patients and their families.

Help us light the light of love!

You may purchase honorarium lights online now, or you may print a Tree of Life form to mail in with your check. 

Mail to:
Tree of Life
DKH Development Office
PO Box 632
Putnam, CT 06260

Acknowledgement cards will accompany your receipt, and your honorarium will be noted in the Tree of Life program. Gifts received after November 27, 2017 may not be publicly acknowledged in this year's program; they will be acknowledged next year.

Lights may be purchased as follows:
White Light, $5
Orange Light, $10
Green Light, $20
Blue Light, $50
Red Light, $100  

Purchase Memorial Lights Online Now > 
Or, print and mail a paper order form with your check.

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