The Campbell River Hospice Society held its lighter Garden Vigil Dec. 19, although the inclement weather meant it had to be held in doors. The vigil is held so members of the community can take a moment during the busy holiday season to honour those in their lives who have passed. Alistair Taylor – Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River Hospice Garden Vigil provides moment of remembrance

Members of the community can take a moment during the holidays to honour those who have passed

The Campbell River Hospice Society held its lighter Garden Vigil Dec. 19, although the inclement weather meant it had to be held in doors.

The vigil is held so members of the community can take a moment during the busy holiday season to honour those in their lives who have passed.

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The Campbell River Hospice Society held its lighter Garden Vigil Dec. 19, although the inclement weather meant it had to be held in doors. The vigil is held so members of the community can take a moment during the busy holiday season to honour those in their lives who have passed. Meditation sound bowls helped create a contemplative atmosphere. Photo by Alistair Taylor – Campbell River Mirror

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