Hendersonville hosts 26th annual “Tree of Lights” celebration Dec. 2

From the Four Seasons Compassion For Life Foundation:

Community Celebrates the Holidays with 26th Annual “Tree of Lights” during the Downtown Old Fashioned Christmas
Inspired by friendship and love, the Dec. 2 ‘Tree of Lights” is a time to remember.

HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. – Join with friends to remember loved ones during Four Seasons Compassion for Life’s community celebration, the 26th annual “Tree of Lights,” on Friday, Dec. 2, at 5:30 p.m.

Thousands of lights and hundreds of luminaries will set Main Street aglow with love and remembrances during the 26th annual “Tree of Lights.”

The event brings the community together to share joy and memories,” says Henry Johnson, co-chair of the Four Seasons Foundation board of directors. “The holiday season is a bitter sweet time for many people and sharing it with friends can help lighten the load.”

Lights and personalized luminaries may be purchased at the event or in advance at www.treeoflights.com.  The event is held at the First Citizen’s Bank plaza, 539 N. Main Street. Parking will be in the bank garage. Proceeds benefit Four Seasons hospice patients who do not have insurance for the care they need.

Co-presenting sponsors are the First Citizen’s Bank and Pardee Hospital.  Tree of Lights is also presented by Supporting Sponsors: Carolina Village Assisted Living, Jackson Funeral Home, Deerfield Episcopal Retirement Community, Sustaining Sponsors: Askew Wealth Management, LLC, Brookdale Hendersonville East, Dreamfire, Groce Funeral Home, Inc., Morrow Insurance Agency, Inc., Shuler Funeral Home.  Additional Sponsors include Economy Drugs & Whitley Drugs, Entegra Bank, Hendersonville Health and Rehab, Dr. Christopher M. Kiefer, Life Care Center of Hendersonville, Penny Insurance Agency, St. James Episcopal Church, United Community Bank.  In-Kind Sponsors are NC Printing and Tempo Music.

The 26th annual Four Seasons Compassion for Life ‘Tree of Lights’ celebration is Friday, Dec. 2, at 5:30 p.m., at First Citizen’s Bank plaza, 539 North Main Street.  For information, please call 828-513-2440.

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