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The Lake Flower Beach Return plug was merely an added bonus. I'm all for that action! Let's bring it back!
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Photo by Susan Rdzanek
Taking The Dive For High Peaks Hospice
"Josh Clement, one of the hosts of Tuesday’s High Peaks Hospice Radio Day telethon in Saranac Lake, dives into Lake Flower, fulfilling his promise to do so after a certain dollar amount was reached during the event. This is the fourth consecutive year Clement has gone swimming for hospice on Radio Day; the three prior years he jumped into Lake Colby." -Chris Knight (Adirondack Daily Enterprise)
SARANAC LAKE - High Peaks Hospice and Palliative Care raised more than $35,000 during its 23rd annual Radio Day telethon on Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015.
I want to thank High Peaks Hospice & Palliative Care for once again inviting me to host a portion of the day. You're an amazing organization doing amazing things throughout the Adirondacks! Kudos to all involved and all who support hospice care in general. I can't thank you enough! Great job also to Ted Morgan from WNBZ Radio and Chris Knight from the Adirondack Daily Enterprise. YOU GUYS ROCK! See ya next year!!
-Josh Clement (Intergalactic Producer)
About High Peaks Hospice
High Peaks Hospice and Palliative Care is a rural, not-for-profit health care corporation, certified and licensed by New York State. It is composed of a caring team of professionals and volunteers who provide the full range of quality hospice services, primarily in the home, to all terminally ill individuals and their families in portions of Franklin and Hamilton Counties and all of Warren and Essex Counties. The health care team provides physical care, emotional support and education to the entire family regardless of age, gender, nationality, race, creed, sexual orientation, disability, diagnosis or ability to pay.
Learn more by visiting their official webpage at highpeakshospice.org.