The Abbotsford Hospice Society holds a community scavenger hunt on July 19 in support of Holmberg House. (Abbotsford Hospice Society photo)

Abbotsford Hospice Society holds community scavenger hunt

Road to Gratitude event takes place on Sunday, July 19 by the carload

The Abbotsford Hospice Society (AHS) holds a community scavenger hunt on Sunday, July 19.

The Road to Gratitude event runs from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at a cost of $25 per carload.

Participants will follow a set of instructions that take them around Abbotsford answering questions and completing challenges. The event is geared towards all ages and abilities.

Organizers say the event is being held as a way to thank the community and re-launch services at AHS’s Holmberg House, a 10-bed hospice located at Gladwin and Marshall roads.

The facility provides end-of-life care for adults, as well as grief support groups, volunteer training, education seminars and one-on-one support services.

Registration is online at All entries are entered into a draw to win a barbecue.

For more information, email or call 604-852-2456.

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