A furry and festive event raising funds and awareness for the Harbor Hospice Foundation is on the way April 2019!
The 4th Annual Pooches & People Picnic is a fundraiser which supports The Bob & Merle Scolnik Healing Center of Harbor Hospice – the only grief and loss center in Muskegon County which offers free grief support (groups and counseling services) to children, teens and adults in our community who are dealing with a loss of any kind.
The Scolnik Healing Center has professionally trained and licensed grief counselors who offer individual and family grief counseling and grief groups at no cost, and also conduct in-services for physician offices, home care agencies, school staff, and other agencies. If there is a way we can serve you please contact us at 231.728.3442 or 1.800.497.9559 or email info@HarborHospiceMI.org.
Past Pooches & People Picnic events have included a Dog Walk on the Ruff Ruff Route, on-site nail clipping and micro-chipping, Doggie Cake Walk, Paw-Print Painting Booth, delicious picnic lunch, auction and raffle! In 2019 we will also have a Canine Costume Parade, a Smooches with Pooches kissing booth, and so much more!
More event details announced soon…stay tuned and following us on Facebook @ScolnikHealingCenter Registration is open CLICK HERE – Eventbrite page is only for ordering event t-shirts and those registering in advance for the Canine Costume Contest on the Ruff Ruff Route. Day of event anyone can attend for *FREE (*most events will be no-charge with BARKING BUCKS and small fee for lunch and certain activities)
We are currently looking for some FUR-bulous event sponsors and PAW-some auction donors. For more details please call us at 231.728.3442 or 1.800.497.9559 or download forms below.
Interested in joining us as volunteer for this pawsome event? Email us by March 8th at EventVolunteer@HarborHospiceMI.org for more details.
For more information on grief support programs including individual and groups please visit HarborHospiceMI.org/resources/grief-support
Harbor Hospice, serving Muskegon, Oceana, Mason, Ottawa, and Newaygo counties.