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Top 5 Most-Read Articles - November 24
Date: Nov 24th, 2014 5:15pm

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Ecumen Communications

In case you missed out, here are the articles Ecumen's online visitors found most interesting last week:

The LIfe-and-Death Experience of Ecumen Board Member Kris Linner
“There is no way to explain that feeling of life leaving,” says the Rev. Kris Linner, who has spent the last 15 years doing hospice work, ministering to hundreds of people as the spirit leaves the body. How can she do this?  It’s a probing question she gets all the time, and this is her mystical answer ...

Ecumen Awarded LeadingAge Innovation Grant to Test Dementia Care Light Therapy
Ecumen has been awarded a $29,800 LeadingAge Innovations Fund grant to integrate light therapy into memory care units for adults with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (ADRD). ...

Ecumen Home Care-Twin Cities Inaugerates New Office Space
Ecumen Home Care - Twin Cities held an open house Nov. 17, 2014, to show off its expanded new offices at 199 Coon Rapids Boulevard, Suite 111, in Coon Rapids, Minn. ...

Ecumen New Richland Chef Troy Thompson Gets Rave Reviews
The folks at Ecumen New Richland are raving about Chef Troy Thompson. His food is “delicious above all conception,” said one resident. Thompson’s exceptional culinary skill recently merited a story in the Albert Lea Tribune. ...

Ecumen Lakeshore Knitting Group Helps Women's Shelter in Duluth
The Ecumen Lakeshore Knitting Group in Duluth is using its talents to help support the Safe Haven Shelter in a joint project with the Duluth Woman’s Club. A story in the Duluth Budgeteer News tells how the knitters are using yarn provided by the Woman’s Club to create a variety of handmade gifts such as caps, scarves, mufflers and slippers. ...

You can read these articles and learn more about Ecumen at www.ecumen.org. 

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