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Ethan Dayton performs with the Hoover High School Band during their game against Jackson at Hoover on Oct. 22.

Honor loved ones on Memory Tree 

CANTON – The Aultman Foundation is offering community members the chance to honor those they care for and remember those who are no longer here at this year’s “Light Up a Life Memory Tree” program. The virtual event will be at 6 p.m. Dec. 7 via Zoom. 

Families, friends and local businesses are invited to sponsor a light in memory or in honor of a loved one with a $20 contribution. Tribute wreath sponsorships also are available for a $250 donation. 

The names of those sponsored with a light and/or wreath will be prominently displayed in Aultman’s Bedford lobby, Aultman Alliance Community Hospital and the Compassionate Care Center lobby throughout the holiday season. Sponsors may choose whether they would like their tribute wreaths displayed in the Aultman Hospital or Aultman Alliance lobby. They will also be highlighted during Aultman’s virtual Memory Tree program and on Aultman’s social media platforms. 

Marcy Willis

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