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Hospice of Lubbock continues Light Up A Life fundraiser tradition

Provided by Hospice of Lubbock

Covenant Health's Hospice of Lubbock will continue their annual holiday tradition of Light Up A Life fundraiser this year. Light Up A Life will be from Nov. 29 to Dec. 21.

Light Up A Life represents a time to celebrate life as well as helping support the mission of Hospice. There will be one "Hospice Blue" tree lit on South Quaker Avenue in front of Haverty's. The other tree will be in the South Plains Mall near the women's Dillard's.

The Hospice of Lubbock Christmas tree inside the mall will be available to place a card on to honor or memorialize a loved one. Also, collectable angel ornaments will be sold at the Christmas tree in the mall. The ornaments will be $25.

Hospice of Lubbock is the only nonprofit hospice in the region that is dedicated to both pediatric and adult care. Hospice of Lubbock has provided compassionate care to terminally ill patients and their families since 1987.

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