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Thank You for Supporting Steins, Stems, Savories & Sweets!

Thank you to all who joined us for Steins, Stems, Savories & Sweets! Support from sponsors, donors, vendors and those in attendance enable us to deliver superior care and superior services to every family and maintain a singular focus on quality of life.

Thanks to all who helped to make this event possible!

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See highlights from the event below!

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We offer our sincerest thanks to the following groups and individuals that made Steins, Stems, Savories & Sweets possible:

Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor:

Champagne Sponsor:

Friend of Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton

 

Midas Sponsors:

Jerry & Patty Tatar

 

Reserve Sponsors:

Kent & Teri Anderson

Coolidge Wall Co., L.P.A.

McGohan Brabender – Tony Lombardo

Today’s Home Interiors

 

Premium Sponsors:

Jan Culver & Gene Kurtz

Designworks Studio

Elizabeth Diamond Company

Hanson Audio Video LLC

Mr. & Mrs. Franz J. Hoge

NOVUM Custom Homes

Therapy Support

USI Insurance Services

 

Patron Sponsors:

Keith Bowers

Frank & Pam Howard

John Jessup

Tom & Lois Mann

MFS Investment Services

Chip & Betsy Mues

Dr. Syl Trepanier &

Mr. Jeffrey Nugent

 

Supporting Sponsors:

Dr. & Mrs. Ratna Palakodeti

John A. Rossi Photography

Transamerica

 

Steins, Stems, Savories & Sweets

Steins:

Fifth Street Brewpub

Warped Wing Brewing Co.

Carillon Brewing Co.

 

Stems:

Rumbleseat Wine

 

Savories:

Archer’s Tavern

Bar Dumaine – Rue Dumaine

Coco’s Bistro

El Meson

Greek Street Food Truck

Lily’s Bistro

Nibbles – Watermark

Salar

 

Sweets:

Esther Price

Ginniebug Creations

 

Committee Members

Teri Anderson – Chair

Mary Bane

Jan Culver

Claudia Dickey

Donna Durst

Connie Foster

Chris Holloway

Lori Igel

Mary Irby-Jones

Anne Kearney

Laura Koons

Ryan Leesman

Susan Page

Lezley Pisone

Ashley Robison

Susan Ruff

Craig Schrolucke

Toni Sprinkle

Tammy Thomas

Friends

Archer’s Tavern

Brooklyn Brewery

Dayton History-Carillon Park

Carillon Brewing Co.

Cathy Pearson

Coco’s Bistro

Dayton Performing Arts Alliance

Dorothy Lane Market

El Meson

Elements Massage-Beavercreek

Elizabeth Diamond Company

Enduring Youth Skin & Laser Center

Eric Matthew, Guitarist

Esther Price Candies

Fifth Street Brewpub

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Connie Foster, Designworks Studio

Gervasi Vineyard

Ginniebug Creations

Greek Street Food Truck

Hanson Audio Video LLC

The Human Race Theatre Company

Lily’s Bistro

Leone Hinzman

Kathy Anderson, Owner, My Pilates Studio

Nestlé

Nibbles Restaurant & Catering – Watermark

Nicholas Yust

Peter Benjamin & Kate Callahan

The Pine Club

Poelking Lanes South

Rue Dumaine – Bar Dumaine

Rumbleseat Wine

Salar

Springhouse Architects

Stephanie Llacuna, Harpist

Sysco

The Woodhouse Day Spa

Today’s Home Interiors

Victoria Theatre Association

Warped Wing Brewing Co.

Watson’s of Dayton

Wellington Grille

Winans Chocolates & Coffees

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Remembrance Walk Honors Memories of Loved Ones and Benefits Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton

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Members of the community are invited to take part as individuals or as part of a team to honor the memory of a loved one at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton’s 3k/5k Remembrance Walk on Saturday, October 22, 2016.

The annual event involves the entire community in celebrating the lives of loved ones. Proceeds will enable Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton, a 501c(3) not-for-profit organization, to provide superior care and superior services to all patients with life-limiting illnesses, regardless of ability to pay. Programs supported by the Walk include:

Indigent Care – Hospice services are available to everyone in the greater Dayton community regardless of ability to pay.

Hospice House In-patient care options – In addition to serving patients in their homes, extended and assisted living facilities, Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton offers in-patient care at the Dayton Hospice House, providing intense care for patients experiencing medical situations or symptoms that cannot be managed in the home or facility setting.

Complementary, Focused & Palliative Care – Donor dollars enable patients to receive services such as highly specialized disease-specific treatment for hospice patients, and palliative care for patients with significant pain and symptom control issues. Massage, art, music and occupational therapies are also provided to assure an improved quality of life for patients.

Community wide Grief Support Services – We provide Grief Support Services at no cost, regardless of whether our hospice services have been used

Contact: Marsha Bernard, Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton Foundation, 937-258-5537, or email mbernard@hospiceofdayton.org or register here.

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Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton Receives $25,000 Check from WalMart

Patient quality of life at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton received a $25,000 boost from WalMart today.

Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton was one of several local non-profit organizations to receive grants from WalMart. The funds are earmarked for the Hope Fund which provides food, shelter, utility assistance and temporary housing to ensure families in the community receive the quality end of life care that they deserve. “The difference Walmart makes in giving back to our community shows the true spirit of being a servant to others,” says Lori Poelking-Igel, Executive Director of the Hospice of Dayton Foundation. “This generous gift of $25,000 will lighten the burden of another human being as they transition to the next chapter of their life, their end of life. Thank you for being part of that experience by enhancing the quality of living, not dying. Our Hope Fund enables us to alleviate stress for over 300 individuals who are faced with end of life challenges, but hunger, shelter and clothing won’t be one of them. Thank you for making this a reality for so many in need, and being partners in their journey.”

Additional information about the grant can be found online.

2015 Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon

Each year, volunteers give their time, skills, and compassionate service supporting the mission of Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton and Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties. This time of year, the staff of both locations gets to say Thank You to the volunteers who help make providing superior care and superior services to our patients and their families possible!

We would like to add a special note of thanks to the wonderful members of the Epsilon Lambda Sorority. For the past 15 years, these talented and dedicated volunteers have created and sold hundreds of batches of homemade caramels as a fundraiser for Hospice of Dayton Foundation. This year, the group planned to turn out 350 pounds of delicious homemade caramels, with outstanding success! A check for over $2,000 was presented to the Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton Foundation today from sales. Amazing!

Thank you, Epsilon Lambda Sorority Sisters, and Thank You to all our incredible volunteers!

 

Outrageous 2 Reinvent You: 2015 Hospice of Dayton HairShow a Success!

The Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton 2015 HairShow inspired attendees and participating salons alike to honor Dayton’s roots! Its theme, “Outrageous 2 Reinvent You!” brought out the creative and innovative spirit of Dayton by challenging salons to interpret the concept of reinvention. Thank you to all the sponsors, hair salons, and attendees for making the mission of community nonprofit hospice care a reality in Dayton!

(Photos credit: Carly Short Photography.)

Thank You For Supporting the 11th Annual Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton 3k/5k Remembrance Walk

Thank you to all who joined the 11th Annual Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton Remembrance 3k/5k Walk! Supporters, families, and friends gathered on Saturday, October 24 starting at 8:30 a.m. to celebrate life and walk in honor of loved ones. It is our privilege to serve in the Greater Dayton community. Thanks to your support of our mission, Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton continues its aspirational work of providing superior care and superior services for each of our patients and their families.  Enjoy some photos from the day’s festivities!

Hospice of Dayton Foundation “Beer Tasting Pairing”

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Poelking Lanes South-VIP Room
8871 Kingsridge Dr.

Thursday, May 8, 2014
6:30 – 9:30 pm

Presenting Sponsor:

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Thank you to our Sponsors:

  • Patti & Greg Atkinson
  • Longhorn Steakhouse
  • Cavalier Distributing
    1-CW Seal

Presenting Sponsor – $2,500.00

  • 10 admission tickets
  • 4 raffle tickets
  • Name on napkins
  • Commemorative tasting glass
  • Complimentary appetizers
  • Company logo on big screen
  • Prominent recognition throughout the tasting
  • Recognition on Hospice of Dayton website with your logo
  • Recognition in Hospice of Dayton newsletter (mailed to 70,000)

Room Sponsor – $1,000.00

  • 6 admission tickets
  • Commemorative tasting glass
  • Complimentary appetizers
  • Signage on the lanes
  • Recognition in Hospice of Dayton newsletter (mailed to 70,000)

Table Sponsor – $450.00

  • 2 raffle tickets
  • Commemorative tasting glass
  • Complimentary appetizers
  • Recognition in Hospice of Dayton newsletter (mailed to 70,000)

Beer Sponsor – $250

  • Company name prominently displayed in front of craft beer
  • Recognition in Hospice of Dayton newsletter (mailed to 70,000)

Attendee Fee – $25.00

  • 9 samples of craft beer
  • Commemorative tasting glass
  • Complimentary appetizers

Designated driver/non-drinker $15.00

  • Complimentary appetizers, soda and bottled water.

Must be 21 years of age to attend. Please sample responsibly.

Participants will indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Hospice of Dayton, sponsors and vendors, its officers, directors, partners, agents, members, and employees from and against any and all demands, claims, damages to persons or property, losses and liabilities, including reasonable attorney’s fees arising out of or caused by injuries, damages or other claims caused by or connected to attendance of this event.

Contact Marsha Bernard at 937-258-5537 for more info.