Caris Health Care Seeks Hospice Volunteers

Monday, May 20, 2013

Caris Health Care, Tennessee’s only statewide hospice provider, is in search of caring and dedicated individuals/groups with an interest in serving those with advanced illnesses, either directly or indirectly. Caris volunteers provide companionship to people living with a serious illness and help their family caregivers in a variety of ways .Hospices also rely on volunteers to help with office work, community outreach and other operational areas.

Hospice volunteer training will take place May 29 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.Please contact Morgan Askew (maskew@carishealthcare.com or 899-4044) at Caris Healthcare for more information or if this training time doesn't fit with your schedule.

 


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The Navy plans to bring charges against Lt. Cmdr. Timothy White, who fired shots at a Hixson man who on July 16 rammed through a gate at the facility on Amnicola Highway and killed four Marines and a sailor, columnist Allen West wrote. He said he received a text message confirming the charges are imminent against the Chattanoogan, who is the father of six and who has acknowledged ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Is A Blessed Community

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Roy Exum: We Fight For Lieutenant Commander White

The United States Navy has run a tight ship since it was founded in October of 1776. You’ll recall that was when Capt. John Paul Jones began to forge the steel with the words, “I have not yet begun to fight.” Some years later Adm. David Farragut etched himself into Navy lore when he cried, “Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!” During the attack on Pearl Harbor, Lt. Howell Forgy ... (click for more)