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AHCH receives Statement of Support for the Guard and Reserve

Lewiston, Maine  12.30.13 - In an effort to further support our country's Guardsmen, Reservists and Veterans, Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice (AHCH) has formally been issued a Statement of Support from the Guard and Reserve. Julie Shackley, President/CEO of AHCH says that this formal declaration is not something new: "We have had a longstanding commitment to employing, supporting and empowering our country's Service men and women, as well as finding new and creative ways to honor and thank our Veteran patients for their sacrifices." This statement pledges that:

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AHCH Remembrance Ornaments Selling Fast

Lewiston, Maine  12.9.13 - Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice (AHCH) has limited quantities of the 2013 Remembrance Ornament remaining, those wishing to purchase an ornament this holiday season are encouraged to do so quickly. The 2012 Remembrance Ornament is hand-cast pewter and features a snowman family, a perfect reminder that family is forever. Annually, AHCH offers the Remembrance Ornament as a fundraiser to support hospice and home care for those who cannot afford it and bereavement services for families grieving the loss of a loved one.

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AHCH Finds Support from Local Businesses to Benefit Other Non-Profits with Mitten Tree

Auburn, Maine  12.3.13 - Androscoggin Home Care & Hospice (AHCH) is giving the gift of warmth this holiday season, with the creation of a mitten tree. Maureen Andrew, a Hospice House nurse, presented the idea of constructing a Christmas tree, made entirely out of mittens. The idea came from a photo she found online. Andrew thought the tree would be a fun project for the staff to rally around, would provide an interesting and unique decoration for patients and their family members to enjoy and afterwards they could donate the mittens to local non-profits for children and families in need. Karen Flynn, Director of Hospice at AHCH said, "I am always so impressed with the creativity, initiative and compassion demonstrated by our staff. They are always looking for a way to help, not only our own patients and their family members, but the entire community."

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