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Conversation Series on Death, Care Planning, Grief Begins July 11

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HARDWICK — The Jeudevine Memorial Library will present three evenings of conversation about death and dying with Chaplain Alexandra Jump. All three evenings will begin at 6:30 p.m., at the Hardwick Senior Center building at 56 High Street in Hardwick, in front of the police station. The first of the series will be held Thursday, July 11, that will focus on terminal diagnoses and old age. On Thursday, July 18, Jump will discuss advance care planning, and on Thursday, July 25, the focus will be grief of different kinds.

Jump holds a Master of Divinity from Andover Newton Theological School and certifications as an Advanced Practice Board Certified Chaplain in Pastoral Care and Counseling, Social Justice and Ethics, and First Responder Chaplain. She received training in Critical Incident Stress debriefing, both individually and in groups, from the Massachusetts Fire Academy. She currently serves as the associate director of Certification and Credentialing with the Spiritual Care Association and is an active member of the Green Mountain CISM team.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact the library at 802-472-5948.

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