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Ministry Home Care Hospice to host plant sale fundraiser

7:18 PM, Mar. 27, 2013
Katie Straub, left, Rose Chilsen and Walter John Chilsen pose for a photo for Ministry Home Care Hospice Services at the home of Liz Sheehan, a former Ministry Home Care employee.
Katie Straub, left, Rose Chilsen and Walter John Chilsen pose for a photo for Ministry Home Care Hospice Services at the home of Liz Sheehan, a former Ministry Home Care employee.
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In an effort to fund care for patients who don't have insurance or are partially covered, Ministry Home Care Hospice Services will hold its first plant sale fundraiser in the Wausau area.

The plant sale will take place May 10 and 11 at Marshfield Clinic Weston Center, and all proceeds will help the organization provide end-of-life care to the patients who cannot pay for care. The hospice service does not turn away patients because of inability to pay.

Ministry Hospice has held a similar event for the last few years in Stevens Point and because of its success, wanted to expand it to the Wausau area ...

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