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Littauer’s “Tree of Lights” Celebration holds special meaning to families

A crowd gathered to hear Mickey Hobson sing “O Holy Night” as her husband Tom played the piano during the Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home Auxiliary annual Tree of Lights Program.  Over 80 people attended the program Saturday, December 1st, in the main lobby of the hospital.

Mickey Hobson is singing “O Holy Night” as her husband Tom is playing the piano during the Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home Auxiliary annual Tree of Lights Program.  Over 80 people attended the program Saturday, December 1st, in the main lobby of the hospital.

Mickey Hobson is singing “O Holy Night” as her husband Tom is playing the piano during the Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home Auxiliary annual Tree of Lights Program.

“This is a very special night and it means many different things to many people.”  Anita Moore, Auxiliary President, and Co-Chairman commented, “I can’t believe how many people came tonight.”  Donna Ellithorpe, Co-Chairman, also remarked, “Everyone here has a story that goes with the light on the tree.  It really touches your heart.”

Sue McNeil, Volunteer Director, said, “The program is so meaningful, the Auxiliary plans every part of it.  They start putting it together in October and look forward to this special night.”    Moore added, “It’s a team effort with our Engineering Deptartment putting the lights outside on the pillars; our Nutritional Department provided the refreshments.  Toby Ortell, Co-Chairman, added, “Auxilian Evelyn Trippodo led the Blessing during the program, auxilian Barb Tucci decorated the Tree and Mona Capasso and Pat Walker handed out programs.  It’s a team effort all the way to make this night so beautiful.”

Pianist Pat Travis-Doull led auxiliary singers, Nate’s Notes, as they sang Christmas Carols after the program.”

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