Great Book Sales Will Be Springing Up at Circle of Love Soon

Hospice Circle of Love Volunteers are busy getting ready for the organization’s 28th annual Spring Book Sale soon.  The event is scheduled for Friday, April 8th from 9 to 5, Saturday, April 9th from 9 to 2 and Thursday, April 14th from 9 to 2 at Circle of Love’s North Building (314 S. Third, Enid).

The event is a great place to stock up on your spring and summer reading materials.  With over 15 categories of books available, the sale is a reader’s paradise.  “We have thousands of books to choose from and most are in great shape,” commented Book Sale Organizer Julie Nelson.  “There are many times a customer will tell us they found a book they had been looking for, for a while.  It’s always fun to see them so happy,” Nelson added.

The books are priced at just $1.00 for hardbacks and .50 for paperbacks.  Proceeds from the event will help off-set costs to care for patients without a Medicare or insurance benefit for hospice.

“Profits from our book sales assure every individual in need, will receive our services at no cost,” said  Volunteer Harriett Dupus.  Circle of Love has donated over $2.5 million in free care since 1983. 

Hospice Circle of Love Volunteer Application

Hospice Circle of Love is looking for new volunteers to join their team and help make a difference in the lives of terminally ill patients. 
For more information, please call Julie Nelson at (580) 234-2273, or stop by the Hospice Circle of Love office at 314 S. Third in Enid.  Hospice Circle of Love serves a 60 mile radius of Enid and welcomes volunteers from Enid or any surrounding town.

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Circle of Love Chaplain Named Oklahoma’s Spiritual Counselor of the Year for Hospice

Hospice spiritual services can come in many forms and Hospice Circle of Love Chaplain Gary Miller has a knack for providing just what is needed to each patient he sees. His special skill set was recognized Thursday, when he was named Spiritual Counselor of the Year by the Oklahoma Hospice and Palliative Care Association (OHPCA) at their 2014 annual conference in Tulsa.

In his work as a hospice Chaplain, Gary provides spiritual comfort to both terminally ill patients and their families. Reading the Bible and praying are common activities during his visits. He is also there to listen. Talk often turns to life after death and Gary seems to know just what to say to put someone’s mind at ease.

Sometimes Gary is asked to be the one to perform the funeral for a hospice patient or their family member, due to the fact that he has become that family’s closest spiritual advisor. He is an important part of Circle of Love’s Bereavement team as well. This includes co-facilitating community grief groups, helping with the annual Tree of Life Celebration and making phone calls to families.

Gary has made such a difference in the lives of so many patients and families at such an important time. He is always there to provide support and compassion, when it’s needed most.

The Spiritual Counselor of the Year Award nominations are read and voted on by hospice workers in another state. Criteria for consideration includes the nominees history and relationship to hospice, their role and scope of activity and the impact they make on hospice care and in the lives of the patients and families they serve. Circle of Love’s Executive Director Chad Caldwell, who is also the current President of the OHPCA, was honored to present Gary with his award.

Hospice Headlines
Winter 2016

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  • Great Sales on Books Will Be Springing Up At Circle of Love

  • Upcoming Event Centers Around The Run For The Roses

  • 2015 Hospice Circle of Love Highlights

  • Planned Giving Opportunities

  • Grief Group To Take Place

  • Employees Honored For Years of Service

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