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December 3rd - 21st - Bayhealth Festival Of Trees

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DELAWARE - For the sixth year, Bayhealth is celebrating the season with a festival of trees.

The festival, featuring more than 60 trees, starts on December 3rd at Kent General and Milford Memorial Hospitals. The trees are decorated with lights, tinsel, ribbons, ornaments, and even bells! Different departments of the hospitals each donate and decorate a tree.

Raffle tickets are available priced a $1 each or 6 for $5. Winners will be drawn at 12 PM on Friday, December 21st, and will go home with a fully decorated tree! All proceeds from the Festival support Bayhealth's Chaplaincy Fund, a program that assists Bayhealth employees in times of distress or economic hardship.

Kent General Hospital
* Trees are on display in front of the Cancer Center and Pavilion, on the 1st and 2nd floors.
* Tickets are available at the Gift Shop, Outpatient Pharmacy, and Main Lobby Welcome Desk

Milford Memorial Hospital
* Trees are on display in the gift shop lobby area.
* Tickets are available at the Guest Relations Desk and the Nursing Administration Department

For more information about the Festival of Trees, please call (302) 744-6485.

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