HOSPICE OF THE RED RIVER VALLEY

LIVE: Making It Easier To Talk About Death

Author Visiting Region For "Live Well Die Well" Tour

  You can learn how to start a difficult conversation, how to manage your final days, with the help of an author touring our region this week. Hospice of the Red River Valley invited Kimberly C. Paul to the region. She wrote a new book called Bridging the Gap, sharing stories from nearly two decades working with hospice patients. Paul…

Choice Bank Raises Money at “Go Hawaiian For Hospice”

This is the seventh year they've done the fundraiser

FARGO, N.D. –People are getting their leis and Hawaiian shirts on at a luau, and the celebration is all for a good cause. Choice Bank held its seventh annual “Go Hawaiian for Hospice.” For a $5 donation, people can feast on a pig roast, pineapple, and Hawaiian punch. All proceeds go to Hospice of the Red River Valley. Organizers say…

LIVE: Coping With Loss Over The Holidays

Bereavement Specialist Helps People Deal With Loss During Holiday Season

  Connie DeKrey, bereavement specialist with Hospice of the Red River Valley, joins Adam with tips on how to cope with loss during the holiday season. Loss can be felt more severely during the holidays. A joyous time can bring out greater feelings of loss and hopelessness. DeKrey says it’s important to manage your energy well during the holidays. They…

People Enjoy A Slice of Hawaii to Raise Funds for Hospice Care

The event, hosted by Choice Financial, raised $106,000 for Hospice of the Red River Valley

FARGO, N.D. —¬†Even though it is four thousand miles away, people had a chance to experience their own slice of Hawaii right here in Fargo. Choice Financial hosted its sixth annual “Go Hawaiian for Hospice” to benefit Hospice of the Red River Valley. People from all over the metro came in their Hawaiian shirts, enjoyed a pig roast and fresh…

Choice Financial Teams Up with Hospice of the Red River Valley for Luau Fundraiser

With more than a thousand people showing up for pulled pork, a baked potato and pineapple, the staff think they will surpass the goal

FARGO, ND — A local business helped raise over $100,000 for hospice care by going Hawaiian. Choice Financial is teaming up with Hospice of the Red River Valley to make lives better for people in the final stage of their life. Last time we checked in, the fifth annual luau lunch had a goal of raising $125,000. With more than…

Cleanup Week: More Options Available than Just Junking Your Junk

Thrift store workers in Fargo-Moorhead recommend donating your cleanup items instead

RED RIVER VALLEY — Cleanup Week is right around the corner and there may be a few other options than leaving your items on the street. Cleanup Week gives people in the area an opportunity to dispose of tires, appliances and other large items on the street at no charge on their garbage collection day. But some businesses are offering…