Friends of Hospice teams up with local eateries for ‘Hospice-tality’

Above from left, Chris O’Connor, Executive Assistant for the Friends of Hospice, Elena Twiss Executive Director, Friends of Hospice, Sammy Terpening, Stone's  Candies Employee, and Jeff McCrobie, Co-Owner of Stone's Candies.

OSWEGO — Stone’s Candies, Homemade Candy and Ice Cream will host a Hospice-tality event Tuesday, Nov. 19 to benefit the patients and families of Oswego County Hospice.

November is National Hospice Month and Stone’s Candies will be joining Blue Moon Grill, Fajita Grill and Canale’s Restaurant in showing their support for Oswego County Hospice all month long.

Stone’s Candies has volunteered to donate 10 percent of their proceeds on all candy and ice cream sold on Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 23 W Seneca St., Oswego. Hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

"What a perfect time to get gifts for the holidays: if you would like to place an order to be shipped to loved ones far away, they are able to package and send items right from the store!" said Elena Twiss, Executive Director of the Friends of Hospice.  "We are thankful for the support from all of these local restaurants. The proceeds will help bring joy to Oswego County Hospice patients and families this Holiday season."             

Blue Moon Grill hosted their successful Hospice-tality day on Nov. 4 and Fajita Grill on Nov. 13. Canale’s Restaurant will be donating a portion of their sales for lunch, dinner, dine-in or take-out Nov. 18. Canale’s requires a coupon.  For this coupon or for more information, call 315-343-5223.

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