3 C flour ½ T baking powder ½ T baking soda 1 C butter, cut into small pieces 2 eggs 1 C sugar ½ tsp vanilla ¼ tsp nutmeg Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In large mixing bowl combine flour, baking powder, and baking soda. Stir to…

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Hospice Promise is looking for caring, compassionate people to provide friendly visits to patients living with a terminal illness. Volunteers offer companionship and support to patients by reading, playing cards, writing letters, going for walks, or assisting with other projects as requested by the patient and team. If you are looking for a rewarding volunteer…

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Not quite ready for hospice but need support services? Consider the Resource Assistance Program, R.A.P., offered by Hospice Promise. R.A.P. is available free of charge to anyone that does not meet hospice criteria but needs resource assistance. This is a non-medical Social Work program that offers coordination of care, and resource assistance to determine current…

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“We could not be more grateful nor pleased with the services we received. The first day when Carol Gilmore, RN came to my home, I felt as if I had met an angel. Very calming.” – Hospice Promise patient “Thank you Hospice Promise for helping our family. Your team responded to our call immediately with…

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Hello and happy holidays to our extended Hospice Promise family. With the holidays rapidly approaching, I encourage you to take time out to spend time with your family and loved ones and take a moment to remember those that you have lost. Hospice Promise is honored to care for your loved ones and our commitment…

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Pot Roast Chili Pot Roast 2-3 pounds boneless beef roast of your choice 2-14.5oz cans beef broth (any brand) 1-1.25oz envelope chili seasoning Trim fat off roast and discard. Place roast in crockpot, add beef broth until roast is mostly covered. Sprinkle contents of 1 envelope chili seasoning across crock pot contents. Do not mix…

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The holiday season can be an extremely difficult and stressful time. After the death of a family member or loved one, this time of year may seem even more difficult. As we sit down around the table with our loved ones, grief can bring a complicated array of emotions with the realization that one person…

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As we go into the Cold & Flu Season consider the following guidelines to stay as healthy as possible during this time: • Get the Flu Vaccine. • Avoid close contact with sick people. • If you have a fever, stay away from others until you have no fever for 24 hours. • Stay home…

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Americans across the country celebrate Veteran’s Day on November 11th every year. This is a special day to salute the men and women who bravely served our country. Not every Veteran received a warm welcome home or the recognition they deserved. On behalf of the staff at Hospice Promise, thank you for your service and…

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November is National Hospice Awareness Month. The best time to learn about hospice services is before those services are needed. While end of life conversations can be difficult to have with loved ones, it is best to share your wishes long before the need arises. Hospice provides comprehensive care to patients diagnoses with a life-limiting…

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