Hospice volunteers trainedThirteen residents from Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix counties completed hospice volunteer training for ADORAY Hospice.
Thirteen residents from Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix counties completed hospice volunteer training for ADORAY Hospice. The October graduates met in Baldwin to receive two days of specialized training on hospice care and end-of-life issues. The not-for-profit ADORAY Home Health and Hospice, www.adoray.org, has served over 5,000 patients in Pierce, Polk, St. Croix and western Dunn counties. Pictured front from left are Dian Nielsen, Glenwood City; Cathy Olyphant, Woodville; Patrice Shifra, Hudson; Cindy Hagen, Woodville; Linda Walth, River Falls; back, Kelly Carlson, Hammond; Lynda Brolin, Houlton; Pam Schulte, Amery; Kaye Bird, Spring Valley; Peggy Johnston, Somerset; Janine Newton, Baldwin; Dee VanSomeren, Hammond; and Jan Ellefson, Woodville. For further information, contact ADORAY at (800) 359-0174 or (715) 684-5020.