in touch fall 2014

 

Welcome to the Fall 2014 editions of Haven's In Touch Magazine! Throughout these newsletters, you'll find stories about what makes Haven Hospice different, the Haven Heritage Society and more.

 

Chiefland

 

This edition features stories about what makes Haven Hospice different, the Haven Heritage Society, our new associate medical director, and a recap of our AmVets Ride for Haven Hospice.

Gainesville

 

This edition features stories about what makes Haven Hospice different, the Haven Heritage Society, a recap of a special auto show, a recap of Camp Safe Haven, and how a local science fiction author is helping Haven in a unique way.

Jacksonville/Orange Park

 

This edition features stories about what makes Haven Hospice different, the Haven Heritage Society, how a father's wish came true, how a veteran patient was honored, and how a volunteer violinist used her talents to bring music to a local nursing home.

Lake City

 

This edition features stories about what makes Haven Hospice different, the Haven Heritage Society, a recap of our Bridal Fashion Show and Silent Auction, how Haven recognized the former mayor of Live Oak, and how Haven received a donation from an unexpected source.

 

Palatka

 

This edition features stories about what makes Haven Hospice different, the Haven Heritage Society, a patient's wish to visit a dairy farm, and how a quilting group is making a difference at Haven.

 

St. Augustine

 

This edition features stories about what makes Haven Hospice different, the Haven Heritage Society, a patient's special 102nd birthday, how Haven helped a couple celebrate their 70th anniversary, and how the St. Augustine Attic Resale Store manager helped a family prepare for their special day.

 

Volusia/Flagler

 

This edition features stories about what makes Haven Hospice different, the Haven Heritage Society, a recap of the Inaugural Chief John Wright Memorial Obstacle Challenge, how handmade lap blankets bring comfort to patients, and how a JROTC battalion volunteered with Haven's veteran patients.