Keuka Park, NY— On Sunday, September 10, 2017, Ontario-Yates Hospice, a program of UR Medicine Home Care, will be celebrating life and paying tribute to loved ones who have passed away at our annual memorial butterfly release. The release will take place at 2:00 PM at Keuka College’s Norton Chapel and lawn.
Please join the Honorary event chair Corinne Stork and Master of Ceremonies Michael Healy in sending magnificent butterflies skyward in a symbolic gesture of the cycle of life, birth, transition, healing and renewal. As our butterflies soar away, so too will our well wishes and prayers. This unique program will include inspirational readings, live music and the reading of names of loved ones being remembered.
Each year a guest artist is commissioned to create the artwork used to promote the event and keepsake. This year Sarah Berg painted a beautiful butterfly using the blues and yellows tied to our agencies colors.
To register online go to: event.urmc.edu/wingsofhope
For more information contact: Jan DiDuro at email@example.com or call 315-759-8225
About UR Medicine Home Care
UR Medicine Home Care encompasses UR Medicine’s not-for-profit, Medicare-certified home health care agencies, licensed home care agencies, and hospice programs. Licensed by the State of New York, its affiliates serve patients in Monroe, Livingston, Ontario, Wayne, Wyoming, Seneca and Yates counties, and when taken together is one of the largest full-service home health systems in the nation. Services include nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapies, assistance with daily activities (home health aide services), Meals On Wheels, Hospice (in homes, facilities and at the Leo Center for Caring), Nurse-Family Partnership, Assistive Technology, Health Home care management, and Telehealth. For more information, call 1-800-253-4439 or visit www.urmhomecare.org