Kemptville – On Saturday, April 14th Beth Donovan Hospice organized the first annual A Taste for Hospice. Despite a late winter storm, foodies packed the North Grenville High School to enjoy samples from local restaurants, wineries and breweries. Thanks to Brigadoon Restaurant, Castleview Fine Dining, Catered Affairs, Fireside Grill, Graham’s Bakery, Hard Stones Grill, Marlborough Pub, Salamanders, The Crusty Baker, Beau’s Brewing Company, Mill St. Brewery, Nita Beer Company, Smokie Ridge Vineyard, Stone Crop Acres Winery, Tuque de Broue Brewery and White Water Brewing Company for helping to raise over $6,000 for Beth Donovan Hospice. We are pleased to announce that Salamanders (photo on right) in Kemptville was voted ‘Best Taste’ and Tuque de Broue Brewery in Embrun (photo on left) was voted ‘Best Sip’. Thanks to BDH’s volunteers who organized this great event and to everyone who came out. See you at the 2nd annual A Taste for Hospice in May 2019.
About Beth Donovan Hospice: BDH has been providing services to the community for over 25 years in the communities of North Grenville, Merrickville-Wolford and surrounding rural areas. Residents who are living with, or dying from a life-limiting illness, those who are grieving, or who are bereaved, or caregiving, can receive services from BDH. The hospice provides compassionate support and guidance to clients and families especially during challenging and stressful times.
There are no fees for any of the services provided by BDH. We receive funding from the LHIN as well as through various fundraising activities and community support. If you or someone you know could benefit from hospice services, please do not hesitate to contact BDH. Our services are offered to the community free of charge and anyone can refer. Hours of operation for referrals are Monday through Friday 9:00-4:30. www.bethdonovanhospice.ca or 613-258-9611.