Art of Dying: End of Life Choices

art-of-aging-dying-icon-finalThe Hoffman Center for the Arts hosts a conversation on ‘End of Life Choices’ on Tuesday, December 13th from 3 to 5 pm.

Linda Jensen is an RN who practiced primarily in intensive care for more than twenty years before moving overseas.
Returning to Oregon she served for the past 12 years as a client support volunteer with Compassion and Choices.
Linda recently helped form a new organization, End of Life Choices – Oregon, which aims to focus exclusively on
Oregonians who wish to learn about and/or use Oregon’s Death with Dignity Law.

The suggested donation is $5.

Conversation about Death and Dying March 15

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Join us on Tuesday March 15 from 3-5 pm at Hoffman Center for the Arts for a conversation about Death and Dying in an informal round table setting.

There will be facilitation and some suggested topics for the tables but mostly it’s about whatever comes up.
It’s an important and often taboo subject in our culture – one that we were not brought up to examine too closely.  But the so-called Baby Boomers everywhere are calling an end to the silence (even though we can’t dispel much of the mystery.)

Tea, coffee and cookies will be served. Donations appreciated to help pay for the hall.

The conversation is sponsored by Fulcrum Community Resources.
Contact Lane deMoll, lane@nehalemtel.net,  if you have questions.