Hospice memorial service and tree planting set for Aug. 9

The event will be at Fort Seward in Jamestown.

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A tree is planted at a 2020 memorial service conducted by Jamestown Regional Medical Center Hospice. A service and tree planting are planned on Aug. 9 at Fort Seward.
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Jamestown Regional Medical Center Hospice is hosting a memorial service including a tree planting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9, at Fort Seward in Jamestown. This service is open to anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one.

Grief can be an isolating and lonely experience. JRMC Hospice is committed to providing support and an opportunity for individuals to share their grief and loss in a supportive environment.

“The annual memorial service and tree planting ceremony is a celebration of life and to affirm the bonds of community, memory and hope that sustain us in sorrow,” said Maren Radi, hospice coordinator for JRMC. “It is an opportunity for bereaved families and the hospice staff to honor the loved ones who have died and an opportunity to support each other. Please join us in remembering these very special people.”

The memorial service is free and open to anyone. For more information on this event, call JRMC Hospice at (701) 952-4847.

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