Lights of Love will shine at hospital

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Loved ones are honored with pillar candles and lights on the tree located in the main entrance lobby of Madison Health. The display is part of the hospital’s annual Lights of Love.

(Posted Nov. 16, 2020)

Loved ones are being celebrated during the holiday season with the Madison Health Auxiliary’s Lights of Love, which begins Nov. 20 and runs through Jan. 5, 2021.

The opportunity to recognize loved ones continues with several donation options:

• outdoor evergreen trees, located in the main entrance driveway, will be strung with holiday white lights;

• pillar candles, available in three different sizes, will light the hospital’s concourse and lobby each evening;

• a large tree full of individual lights will decorate the main lobby through the holiday season.

Chuck Adams and his grandson, Jake, attended the tree lighting ceremony at last year’s Lights of Love celebration at Madison Health. While the ceremony won’t take place this year, the lights will still shine.

Any of these donation options may be reserved in the name of a loved one. Signage can be safely viewed from the windows outside the main entrance of Madison Health. Printed programs will be located outside in brochure stands.

“While we will miss the formal tree lighting ceremony due to social distancing guidelines, we are fortunate to be able to continue this holiday tradition in a modified format for our community”, said Ginger Kronk, executive director of the Madison Health Foundation.

Morgan Stanley (Travis Fling, senior vice president) is the $10,000 event sponsor this year. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available.

For more information on Lights of Love reservations or sponsorships, visit www.MadisonHealthLightsofLove.com or call (740) 845-7050.

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