American Cancer Society Hope Lodge’s Fifth Annual Holiday Celebration

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Updated: 11/30/2011 11:24 am

WHAT:                  American Cancer Society Hope Lodge’s Fifth Annual Holiday Celebration, Tree Lighting

Join the American Cancer Society staff, volunteers and Hope Lodge guests as we celebrate the holiday season and the victories made throughout the year in our Hope Lodge family. This annual event allows current and past Hope Lodge guests the opportunity to reunite during the holiday season. The evening will include entertainment and a special tree lighting ceremony for the Hope Lodge guests.   One part of the ceremony includes the hanging of ornaments in memory of guests who lost their battle this year, and also in honor of those who have survived.  The University of Kentucky Women’s Choir will also perform.


WHEN:                  Thursday, December 1, 2011, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.



WHERE:                American Cancer Society Hope Lodge

                                1500 College Way

                                Lexington, KY 40502

WHY:                     The American Cancer Society Hope Lodge provides free overnight lodging for cancer patients and their caregivers, creating an environment which eases both the stress of the cancer journey and the financial challenge of receiving lifesaving treatment. The Hope Lodge in Lexington, Kentucky offers private rooms for the comfort of its guests and their caregivers. Fostering a home-like environment, the Hope Lodge is equipped with a community dining room, kitchen facility, library, and laundry facility. And, most importantly, the Hope Lodge offers encouragement and support from others going through the cancer journey. For more information about the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge, visit or call 1-800-227-2345.

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riverside383 - 12/9/2011 3:49 PM
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I am truly sorry I missed the event and even more I cannot find the video that the hope lodge posted a link to on my facebook page, channel 36 comes back with a page not found error when I click on the link but anyway, the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge in Lexington was a real life saver for me in more than just cost in dollars and cents and we as cancer patients are so very lucky to have this. I cannot say enough good things about them because no words can express my gratitude.
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