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Hospice officials on 'Mystic Matters'

Published October 25. 2012 4:00AM

Two officials from Hospice Southeastern Connecticut will be guests on the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce's public access television show "Mystic Matters" at 8 p.m. Monday on Comcast Channel 12 and Thames Valley Communications Channel 12.

Denise Hawk, volunteer program administrator, and Jeff Nelson, director of community development, will be on the show with hosts Susette Tibus and Tricia Cunningham of the chamber.

Hospice Southeastern Connecticut provides in-home medical care for those in need, offering them hope and comfort in the setting of their choice, surrounded by family and loved ones.

For information, go to www.hospiceSECT.org.

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