Anniversary extravaganza planned for Lakeland Hospice and Home Care this SaturdayA gala event is planned for this Saturday, April 25, as District 5M9 Lions, together with other Lions from West Central Minnesota and eastern North and South Dakota will offer help and support to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Lakeland Hospice and Home Care.
A gala event is planned for this Saturday, April 25, as District 5M9 Lions, together with other Lions from West Central Minnesota and eastern North and South Dakota will offer help and support to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Lakeland Hospice and Home Care.
The celebration is set for Saturday, April 25 with a “Benefit Extravaganza” evening of entertainment.
The festivities will start at 6 p.m. at the Life Church in Fergus Falls with a silent auction.
The show will start at 7 p.m. with the Sisters of Perpetual Commotion, Heaven Bound Trio, Lena and Wendy Erlandson all getting into the act followed by Connie Lee Stich of Alexandria and her sisters performing for approximately 30 minutes on acoustical instruments.
Dessert will be served immediately after.
For ticket information contact Lakeland Hospice and Home Care at (218) 998-1400 or 888-820-7885.
District 5M9 Lions, which includes Lions from Parkers Prairie, have set a goal to raise at least $75,000 for Lakeland Hospice and Home Care, with the help of clubs in surrounding districts.
Once the money is raised, the Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) will provide a matching grant of $75,000 that will also go to the hospice house.
The Lakeland Hospice House will be located in Fergus Falls and will serve people in the counties of Otter Tail, Grant, Clay, Becker, Wadena, Wilkin, Traverse, Douglas, Stevens, Pope and Swift, Roberts County in South Dakota, and Richland County in North Dakota.
The goal of the hospice house is to provide extraordinary healthcare to every patient, give the family the ability to stay with the patient, promote independence, comfort and dignity through all stages of life.