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Following A Legacy Of Giving

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Hayden Soloviev, vice chair of The Solow Art & Architecture Foundation, recently presented a check to East End Hospice to support its Camp Good Grief Program. Hospice President and CEO Mary C. Crosby, left, and Camp Good Grief Director Angela Byrns accepted the donation.

Hayden Soloviev, vice chair of The Solow Art & Architecture Foundation, recently presented a check to East End Hospice to support its Camp Good Grief Program. Hospice President and CEO Mary C. Crosby, left, and Camp Good Grief Director Angela Byrns accepted the donation.

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It is March 2022. As we approach the second anniversary of our global pandemic, we finally see a lifting of mask mandates. We want to feel a bit of release,... more

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