The purpose of this event is to provide those ages 55+ the opportunity to meet representatives from local health and wellness organizations in the Rochester area.
Take the opportunity to safely dispose of any unused or expired prescription medications during the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Drop-off site is at the Mayo Clinic Gonda Building, West Entrance. Visit DEATakeback.com for more information.
A training and workshop session providing an opportunity to explore the difficulties associated with mourning during special days and steps to manage those experiences. This program is available to any adult, child or family member in the community.
This event begins with an inspirational opening ceremony that pays tribute to our nation, the men and women of our military, and our cherished freedoms. The ceremony includes the presentation of colors, a wreath laying by Gold Star families, and singing of God Bless America and our National Anthem.
Following the opening ceremony golfers tee off with a shot-gun start for a 18-hole scramble tournament. Lunch is served prior to the event in the Clubhouse. There are opportunities to buy-in to on-course contests, purchase raffle tickets with prizes awarded during dinner, and participate in a silent auction.
Following the tournament, golfers and non-golfers are invited to join us for a cocktail reception and evening dinner program.
The public is welcome to the opening ceremony, lunch is available at $15.00 starting at 11:00am Followed by the Opening Ceremony- Honoring the Families of the Fallen at 12:00 pm.
A time to walk the beautiful Seasons Hospice House grounds and visit the Circle of Remembrance Memorial. Come enjoy reflective music, refreshments, and interact with staff and volunteers as you remember and celebrate your loved ones.
Come and learn about the new card and numbers. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is fighting Medicare fraudulent activity by removing the SSN, patient’s sex, and the patient signature from the current Medicare card. A new card with a new Medicare number known as the Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI) will be mailed to all Medicare beneficiaries. The overall mailing process will begin in April 2018. Hosted by Nikki Gruis Diekmann, Director of Quality & Compliance from Seasons Hospice to understand how to prepare.