Workshop for grieving spouses offered March 2 to 4 at Carnation Farms

  • Thursday, February 15, 2018 2:30pm
  • Life

Beginning Experience, a support organization for adults grieving the loss of a spouse through separation, divorce, or death, is hosting a weekend program, March 2 to 4 at Carnation Farms in Carnation. The Tacoma-based chapter of the organization is hosting the interfaith weekend.

Participation will be limited to 10 registrants. Cost is $225 for the weekend of lodging, food, and workshop materials. Financial assistance is available.

For more information, call Greg Giuliani, (425) 892-3950, or Chris Colyar at (253) 223-2645, send e-mail nestandtwig@icloud.com, or visit www.beginningexperience.org.

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