Star of Hope Ornaments - Now Available!Posted on Dec 20th, 2016 | Perma Link
The 2016 "Stars of Hope" ornaments are now available at Hospice of Randolph County! Ornaments are only $10 each and all proceeds benefit those needing hospice care and support in our community. Thank you to Latham's Pottery of Seagrove for the beautiful star ornaments with an antique lace stamped design! Only a limited number of the ornaments are available. To purchase a Star of Hope, visit our office at 416 Vision Drive, Monday - Friday between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. These special ornaments are also available at Brightside Gallery and Jules Etc. Boutique in downtown Asheboro!
Strait & Jones Tribute Concerts featuring William Willard on Jan. 28Posted on Dec 20th, 2016 | Perma Link
William Willard to Host Strait & Jones Tribute Concerts
Benefiting Hospice of Randolph County
ASHEBORO – Shake off those winter blues and make a difference in our community by joining us for one of two special tribute concerts featuring William Willard. Both concerts will showcase the legendary songs of George Strait and George Jones. Concerts will be held on Saturday, January 28, at the Historic Sunset Theatre (234 Sunset Avenue in Asheboro) and will benefit Hospice of Randolph County. There will be two concert times: 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Concert tickets are $10 each and can be purchased in advance at Hospice of Randolph County (416 Vision Drive in Asheboro), at the Randolph Hospice House (446 Vision Drive in Asheboro) or at the door before both concerts. For more information, please contact Lisa Huffman, Special Events Coordinator at Hospice of Randolph County at 336.672.9300.
Holiday Tour of Homes on Dec. 11Posted on Dec 6th, 2016 | Perma Link
Hospice of Randolph County is pleased to announce the date for their 2016 holiday event as they continue to host the “Randolph County Holiday Tour of Homes." The date for the tour has been set for Sunday, December 11, from 1pm to 5pm.
This event is a fundraiser for Hospice of Randolph County and offers the opportunity to showcase different styles of Randolph County homes during the holiday season including historic, traditional, contemporary & specialty design. The 2016 Tour of Homes Committee members are Bonita Campbell, Pat Allred, Pat Andrews, Susan Behr, Gilbert Brim, David Caughron, Linda Covington, Debbie Dennis, Ann Hoover, Judi Brinegar & Lisa Huffman. This year’s event is sponsored by JB & Claire Davis in loving memory of Sarah B. Davis.
The scheduled showcase of Randolph County homes includes Steve & Sue Baltes (621 Sunset Ave. in Asheboro), the home of Tyler Wilhoit (1167 Westover Terrace in Asheboro), the Caraway mountain area homes of Bill & Ruby Hughes Carr (3802 Caraway Mountain Rd. in Sophia) and Dr. Ryan & Melinda Snipes (2572 Caraway Springs Trl. in Sophia). The 60-room Linbrook Heritage Estate (5297 Snyder Country Rd. in Trinity) near the Poplar Ridge/Trinity community built by Jerry & Linda Neal completes this exciting tour. Advance tickets for the event are available at Burge Florist, Brightside Gallery, Hospice of Randolph County & the Randolph Hospice House in Asheboro, Freeman’s Florist in Randleman and Snyder Farms Restaurant in Sophia. Tickets are $12.00 in advance and $15.00 the day of the event at each home.
For questions or information, you may also contact Lisa Huffman, HRC Special Events Coordinator, at (336)672-9300 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, you can visit our event page on Facebook by clicking here.
"Reverie Place" Prints AvailablePosted on Dec 4th, 2016 | Perma Link
Are you looking for a special holiday gift?
Well-known Randolph County artist Lenton Slack’s winter scene watercolor, “Reverie Place” the log cabin retreat of Richard & Lynda Petty, is available as his first limited edition of 300 signed and numbered prints. Prints sell for $50.00 and include a Certificate of Authenticity and narrative of Reverie Place. Prints may be purchased at Hospice of Randolph County, the Randolph Hospice House & Brightside Gallery in Asheboro and at the Petty Museum in Level Cross.
*All proceeds benefit Hospice of Randolph County.*
Auction & BBQ Sets New Record!Posted on Dec 1st, 2016 | Perma Link
We are truly humbled by the success of this year's Auction & BBQ! Whether you sponsored the event, donated an item, enjoyed a dinner plate or purchased a silent or live auction item... THANK YOU! We simply could not do this without you. These funds will provide care and support for many individuals in our community. Thank you for helping us share comfort and hope with those in need!
Providence Grove High School's Celebration of Life Benefits Hospice of Randolph CountyPosted on Nov 29th, 2016 | Perma Link
Providence Grove High School hosted a special “Celebration of Life” on Wednesday, September 28, as a part of their annual Dig Pink volleyball match. Between the jayvee and varsity matches, the school honored family members of faculty and students that were cancer survivors. This year, Hospice of Randolph County was chosen as the recipient of the funds raised from the event. Tony Joyce, Teacher and Volleyball Coach at PGHS recently presented the $2,531.00 donation check to Hospice of Randolph County. David Caughron, Director of Marketing and Development for Hospice of Randolph County shared, “We were honored to be chosen by Providence Grove as the beneficiary. We believe that hospice care brings hope to families and allows them to focus less on a medical condition and more on living. Focusing on life and hope during this special event was very meaningful to all in attendance.” To learn more about hope through hospice care, please visit www.hospiceofrandolph.org or call 336.672.9300.
Pictured: Tony Joyce, Teacher & Volleyball Coach at PGHS and David Caughron, Director of Marketing & Development at Hospice of Randolph County
Free Advance Care Planning Clinic on Saturday, Nov. 12Posted on Nov 7th, 2016 | Perma Link
FREE Advance Directives Clinic to be held at Hospice of Randolph on Saturday, November 12th***
Asheboro, NC – According to research studies, 71% of Americans have thought about their end-of-life treatment preferences but only 29% of Americans have documented their preferences by completing a Living Will. To assist with this important need, a group of students from Elon University School of Law will be providing FREE services for Hospice of Randolph County to provide an Advance Directives Clinic on Saturday morning, November 12th.
The Advance Directives Clinic will take place in the Education Center at Hospice of Randolph County (416 Vision Drive, Asheboro, NC) with hourly sessions at 9am, 10am and 11am. During the hourly sessions, attendees will receive free assistance with the completion of Living Will and Health Care Power of Attorney NC Statuary Forms. No legal service, legal advice or customizable forms will be offered.
To help with the process, it is suggested that you bring your license or photo ID, address and phone numbers for individuals desired to be your assigned agents, contact information for son/ daughter or spouse and primary Physician’s name, address and phone number if you have one.
These services are free but since availability is limited, pre-registration is required by contacting Hospice of Randolph County at (336)672-9300.
2016 Auction & BBQ Preview Album is live on Facebook!Posted on Oct 25th, 2016 | Perma Link
Hundreds of items have been donated to our organization for the 2016 Auction & BBQ! The event will take place on Saturday, November 5, at Southwestern Randolph High School. It will truly be a night to remember! Click here to visit our Facebook page and view the 2016 Auction & BBQ Preview Album to catch a glimpse of a few of the numerous items that will be auctioned off at either the silent or live auction. The silent auction begins at 3:30 p.m. and ends at 6:00 p.m. and the live auction will begin at 6:45 p.m.
"Choose-day" Advance Care Planning Seminars on Oct. 25Posted on Oct 10th, 2016 | Perma Link
Photos of Hope Contest Winners Announced!Posted on Oct 3rd, 2016 | Perma Link
Hospice of Randolph County is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Piedmont Triad Photos of Hope Contest, which ran throughout the month of August. The contest invited photographers of all ages and abilities to submit up to three photographs of the Piedmont Triad that represented hope to them. We received a wide variety of beautiful photographs including images of landscapes, flowers, birds, polar bears and sunrises. The photographs were evaluated by a committee through a blind voting process.
The first place winner is Patricia Kuhn for her picture of a cardinal resting on the snowy branch of a tree. As a caption for the photograph, Patricia shared, “It is said that if a cardinal comes to your yard, it is a visitor from Heaven. The cardinal makes me hope to see my loved ones again.” The second place winner is John Fogarty for his picture of the delicate relationship between a sunflower and a bumble bee. John shared that this photo inspires him because, “looking like the dawn of a new day, this sunflower brightens the spirit. It reminds me to focus on the beauty of the people in my life and of the world I live in.” Joanie Spivey is the third place winner for her image of a Barred Owl. Joanie shared, “This photo gives me hope for a brighter tomorrow for those in need, and everyone knows that owls give a hoot.” In addition, Laurie Abela, Megan Clapp, Phylicia Clemens, John Fogarty, John Ireland, and Joanie Spivey received honorable mentions for their contest submissions. To view these images, click here to visit our Facebook page. The three winning photos will appear with their captions in the 2017 Hospice of Randolph County calendar, each having a separate month. The honorable mentions will also appear in the calendar, which will be available free of charge at the 31st Annual Auction & BBQ on Saturday, November 5th at Southwestern Randolph High School, located at 1641 Hopewell Friends Road in Asheboro.
“We were honored that many members of our community participated in this contest and shared hopeful images with us as well as meaningful narratives,” shared Jessica Crisp, Marketing Coordinator for Hospice of Randolph County. “Each image was special in its own unique way, which made the judging process challenging.”
Hospice of Randolph County would like to thank everyone that participated in the 2016 Piedmont Triad Photos of Hope Contest. The Photos of Hope Contest is a part of the Stories of Hope project that Hospice of Randolph County started in 2013. The goal of this project is to bring awareness that hospice shares hope with those receiving care and represents a new hope to maximize quality of life. To learn more about hope through hospice care, click here or call 336.672.9300.