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Hospice Savannah's Full Circle thanks Springfield Automotive

POSTED: February 10, 2011 4:44 p.m.
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Bereavement counselor Barbara Moss and Community Services Director Jamey Espina from Hospice Savannah’s Full Circle visited employees at Springfield Automotive recently to show their gratitude for their contributions of time and money on the first night of Camp Aloha.

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Bereavement counselor Barbara Moss and Community Services Director Jamey Espina from Hospice Savannah’s Full Circle visited with employees at Springfield Automotive recently to show their gratitude for their contributions of time and money to feed the approximately 150 staff, volunteers and campers on the first night of Camp Aloha each spring.

In addition to the employees’ generosity, their employer, the Kaminsky Auto Group makes a donation towards funding Camp Aloha each time a car is sold from any of their dealerships.

The overnight camp is held annually at New Ebenezer Retreat Center to help children ages 6-18 who have experienced the death of a loved one within the last 18 months.

This year’s camp will be held May 13-15. Interested parents can contact Barbara Moss, MSW, who works with bereaved adults, teens and children out of the United Way of the Coastal Empire’s Effingham County Service Center in Rincon. Moss can be reached at (912) 629-1089. Registration forms and more information can also be found under the Grief support pages of Hospice Savannah’s Web site www.HospiceSavannahHelps.org.
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