From The Greeneville Neighbor News
The holidays traditionally are a time to remember loved ones. Takoma Regional Hospital’s annual “Love Lights” campaign provides a unique way to honor them.
“Our Love Lights campaign is a long-stranding, local holiday tradition,” Renee Lowery, the hospital’s volunteer director, said.
For a $5 donation, residents can purchase “Love Lights” for their loved ones that will shine brightly atop Takoma’s roof starting in December.
“Our beautiful Love Lights Tree is a community tradition that you can see for miles around,” Lowery said.
Takoma’s Volunteers recently purchased a new, 21-foot Love Lights Tree with LED cool lights, which will be lit in early December.
A corresponding card with “In memory of” or “In honor of” also will be displayed in the hospital’s main lobby.
The honorees’ names also will be listed on the scrolling marquee in front of the hospital on the Asheville Highway, on the teletron inside the hospital, and on Takoma’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/TakomaRegionalHospital.
“We will also list all of the names on our website at http://www.Takoma.org,” Lowery said.
The Love Lights campaign is an annual fundraiser by the hospital volunteers for upcoming Takoma projects.
To purchase a Love Light, please visit the hospital’s Forget-Me-Not Gift Shoppe Monday-Wednesday, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Thursday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; and Sunday, noon-4 p.m. Deadline is Dec. 24. For more information, please call Lowery at 798-8136.