Included in the festivities will be a chance to win $1,000 cash, opening day Red Sox tickets with a gift certificate for Jerry Remy’s, a landscape garden design consultation by landscape garden designer Beth Hurley and a gift certificate to Kennedy’s Country Garden, a $250 gift certificate to the Apple Store and golf for four with lunch donated by South Shore Country Club. Winners need not be present. For those who cannot attend the brunch, tickets for the drawing may be purchased by contacting Campus of Caring directly.
For over 30 years North Shore A cappella has excited audiences throughout New England with their blend of harmony, rhythm, and tempo to songs from the 1940s through today. The art of delivering music without instrumental accompaniment is what North Shore A cappella is all about. The award-winning group offers a repertoire comprising hundreds of popular hits. North Shore A cappella has appeared as the opening act for The Temptations, The Platters, Ben E. King, Johnny Maestro, Al Jarreau, Roberta Flack, Frankie Vallie and Gene Pitney.
Tickets for the brunch are $50 per person and must be purchased in advance. Purchase tickets online at www.CampusofCaring.org.
Campus of Caring has partnered with NVNA and Hospice to bring a non-profit hospice residence to the South Shore. Upon its opening later this year, this will be the first of its kind on the South Shore. The residence will include 12 private rooms, each with its own bathroom, and will provide a tranquil and comfortable setting for patients to receive hospice care. The home sits on 3.62 acres on Turkey Hill Lane in Hingham and is currently being renovated. Proceeds from the brunch will help offset the purchase price and fund the renovations.
About the Partnership of Campus of Caring and NVNA and Hospice
In a partnership that reflects their shared mission to bring the first non-profit hospice residence to the South Shore, Campus of Caring and Norwell VNA (NVNA) and Hospice are utilizing the resources of both organizations to raise the capital funds necessary to offset the purchase and renovation costs of the Hingham property that will become the new hospice residence. Located on Turkey Hill adjacent to the Weir River Farm, the hospice residence will provide much needed home for people under hospice care who can no longer stay in their own home. No such residence exists for South Shore residents; of the nine hospice homes in the state, the closest are in Needham and on Cape Cod. For more information on this project call (781) 610. 1407.