Join us Thursday, July 17 at 5 p.m. near the 16th St. entrance to the HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital campus for a dedication of the hospital’s new Share garden. The St. Mary’s Share program is part of a national support group for families who experience the death of a baby during pregnancy, at birth or in early infancy. As a memorial for all babies lost, St. Mary’s recently added a Share garden to the campus with an Angel of Hope statue at its center as a symbol for these babies lost.

The dedication will feature a history of the Angel of Hope statue by Lisa Johnson from the Richard Paul Evans organization, reflections as well as recognition of donors followed by a reception in the main lobby.

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