Adrian’s Community Growth Event
Summit Series is a monthly event through the Adrian Chamber and hosted by our member businesses. Information presented is is timely and pertinent to Chamber members.
During 2018, the monthly meeting will have the flexibility of scheduling for various times, such as a breakfast meeting, lunch gathering, or evening special forum.
Through the Summit Series, the Adrian Chamber is building a sustainable community of business people who value the exchange of ideas, opportunities, and professional relationships. The Chamber also commits to providing programs that are a positive influence in the greater community and its growth in regards to both quality of life and business development.
Summit Series is open to both Chamber members and future members. The cost for members is $15 and non-member guests may attend for $18, which includes breakfast. We have great networking time to start the morning, followed by a program of information, along with Chamber and community announcements.
If your business would like to sponsor this event, please contact the Chamber Office at 517-265-2320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Online registrations are accepted until 4 pm the day prior to the event.
(Formerly Adrian in the AM)
Thursday, February 22, 2018
7:30 – 9:00 am
Christian Family Centre
Sharon VanTuyle, Director of Bereavement, and Travis Havens, Executive Director of Hospice of Lenawee will provide an update of Hospice programs and events during the Adrian Chamber Summit Series presentation on Thursday, February 22, 2018.
Other exciting news for the organization is the announcement of a fully Hospice-trained physician who will join the staff as Medical Director this summer. The physician will work out of the office on a day-to-day basis, supporting the team and patients, and educating the medical community here.
For 36 years, Hospice of Lenawee has provided compassionate, patient, and family-centered care to the people of Lenawee County during and after the last season of life. The organization offers extensive bereavement services and a variety of support groups for those who have dealt with or are facing a loss in their life.
Due to the generous philanthropic support of the community, the organization can continue to grow and support the bereavement needs of anyone in Lenawee County. What began as a recognized need by a small group of physicians in 1982 serving 22 patients a year, expanded to 75 daily patients by 2013. Further expansion of care served around 140 patients each day in 2017, a result in part of the community dedication for the growth of the advanced-care facility, the Hospice Home.
The upcoming Spring Fling Fundraiser event on Saturday, April 14, 2018, is one way the community supports Hospice, and this will also be discussed during the meeting presentation. Their Run, Walk, and Eat event is also being planned for Sunday, June 24, 2018. DOWNLOAD a flyer about the Spring Fling Fundraiser