For the third consecutive year, Scott Thompson and Brent McDonald have assembled an all-star band of musicians for a new take on timeless holiday masterpieces. There are also some original pieces that will make both kids and adults smile.
“Christmas Back Home aligns perfectly with Heyman HospiceCare at Floyd’s mission to bring comfort and compassion to the community during National Hospice Month and to gain additional awareness for our annual Love Light Campaign,” said Haley Walker, Director of Public Relations at Floyd.
The Love Light Tree will be illuminated atop Floyd Medical Center beginning Thanksgiving night, Nov. 28, and will stay lit through early January. Each light on the tree represents a special person in the lives of those touched by Heyman HospiceCare. For a donation of as little as $25, you can name a light in honor or memory of a loved one, friend or caregiver. Visit floyd.org/lovelight to make a donation.