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Grief support program to begin in February

For those looking for an informal, ongoing grief support, in addition to the 13-week GriefShare group sponsored by Big Canoe Chapel, there will be a Grief Support meeting the second Tuesday of each month from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the small meeting room (Card Room) of the lower level of the clubhouse. The first meeting of 2019 will be February 12.

For more information and to ask questions you may have, call Kim Simpson at 770-539-5232, Debbie Grimes at 706-579-1616 or Della Clendenin at 770-516-8192.

GriefShare

The Big Canoe Chapel will sponsor a GriefShare group, which will begin on Monday, August 19 and end on Monday, November 18 (this excludes Labor Day). Weekly Monday meetings will be held in the lower level of the Broyles Center from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The group will be led by Debbie Grimes, Kim Simpson and Della Clendenin.

GriefShare is a place to be around people who understand what you are feeling. In the group, you’ll learn valuable information about recovering from grief and renewing hope for the future. It is designed to help people recover from the deep hurt that comes with loss.

Your GriefShare experience will include a video at each session on an issue related to grief and loss. These videos feature top experts on a variety of subjects important to the grief recovery process. In each video you’ll hear the personal stories of people, like you, who have been through grieving experiences.

After the video, the group will discuss what was seen and what is going on in their personal lives. Attendees will stay with the same group of people for the 13 GriefShare sessions. It is very likely you will begin to see the people in your group as “family.”

For more information and to ask questions you may have, call Kim Simpson at 770-539-5232, Debbie Grimes at 706-579-1616 or Della Clendenin at 770-516-8192.

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