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In the News

October 4, 2018

CIRCLING THE SQUARE: Care Dimensions walk another success
Danvers Herald

Excerpt from Myrna Fearer's column
What a gorgeous day Care Dimensions had Sunday for its 31st annual Walk for Hospice. It was truly picture perfect; the sun was shining; there was no rain; and the temperatures were so comfortable even those wearing a jacket ended up carrying it by the end of the walk.

There were lots of men, women, children and dogs. In fact, I do believe we had more cute dogs actually doing the entire route than in years past. And those canines were really good. So were all the children from preschool up that made an appearance in the walk.

I loved seeing the cheerleaders from Danvers and Masco doing their thing. Alex Grover and Falconize also entertained and so did DJ Chris Culkeen, who has been offering his services for many years. Chris volunteers annually in memory of his parents and I know they would be proud.

Kudos to the Prep, the walk’s gracious host. Headmaster Ed Hardiman showed up as usual to make sure all went well.

Lisa Dana, superintendent of schools, and her husband, Bob, plus several family members walked as usual. Rep. Ted Speliotis did the walk with his daughter, Ashley.

Since 1978, Care Dimensions has provided comprehensive and compassionate care for individuals and families dealing with life-threatening illnesses. As the non-profit leader in advanced illness care, we offer services in more than 95 communities in Eastern Massachusetts.