Home Hospice of Grayson, Cooke & Fannin Counties is offering a two-part training workshop for persons interested in working with patients in the Legacy program. This program teaches people how to interview and listen to the patient’s life review so their life legacy can be documented and produced in a book format.
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BONHAM — It’s time for the annual kids art contest sponsored by the Children’s Center. Kids ages 18 and under are invited to enter their work of art for a chance to win prizes and help other children.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — When geriatrician Mehrdad Ayati first met Lee Katz in 2011, he encountered yet another patient — and her spouse — who were in despair over the conflicting and contradictory information they received in her care.
The Sherman Public Library’s “Brown Bag Video Series” continues this month with “Ireland - The Emerald Isle.” The presentations are offered free to the public each week in the library’s Hope Waller Community Room. Attendees to the noon showing are encouraged to bring a lunch. Beverages will be provided by the Friends of the Sherman Public Library.
They say if you don’t like the weather in Texas, you should just wait a few minutes. They are right.
BALTIMORE — Amara Majeed founded a website called “The Hijab Project,” aimed at combating discrimination against Muslim girls and women who wear head-scarves in public. She self-published a book of short biographies of 17 peace-loving, law-abiding Muslims from around the world. She provides online commentary for CNN and, starting earlier in February, for the Huffington Post.
NORTH BETHESDA, Md. — On a busy street in a well-to-do Washington suburb is an unlikely piece of African-American history.
Tami Howard has been selected as the March “Photographer of the Month” at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge. A virtual exhibit of 12 of her refuge photos are currently on display at www.friendsofhagerman.com/Gallery .
The Friends of the Sherman Public Library will host a book review luncheon this Wednesday in the library’s Hope Waller Community Room. Lunch will be served at 11:45 a.m. and the review begins at noon. The luncheon and review are free and open to the public, but donations are accepted. Seating is limited and spots need to be reserved by calling 903-892-7240.
Less than a year has passed since May 28, 2014, but much has changed for Sherman native Julie Judd Prater since then. An early morning check-up on her infant son soon became a check-in to the emergency room at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Plano.