News & Events

2022 Kids Grief Camp

2022 Kids Grief Camp

June 20th-22nd, or June 27th-29th, 2022

Issues of grief and loss are hard for anyone to handle, but they can be especially confusing and painful for children and teens. Our Kids Grief Camp offers kids ages 6-16 who have suffered a loss through death in the past three years. It offers a unique experience to spend time with other kids their own age who have faced a similar loss, share their experiences, and play and grow together at Reach 4A Star Riding Academy.


For more information, please click the links below for the full brochure and registration forms, call (307) 577-4832, or email Todd at toddv@cwhp.org

 

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Governor's Invitational Golf Classic

Casper Country Club

The Governor’s Invitational Golf Classic is a premier afternoon tournament benefiting Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions. The event is hosted by Governor Mark Gordon (subject to his availability) and accompanied by former Governors matt Mead and Mike Sullivan. This event is limited to 27 teams.


For more information, contact Rachel McPherson at (307) 577-4832 (office) or (307) 267-0897 (cell) rachelm@cwhp.or

 

 

Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest

October 15th, 2022

Ramkota Hotel & Conference Center
Our 6th Annual Oktoberfest is set for October 15th, with an evening of dancing to festive music, wunderbar German Cuisine, and of course, a well-stocked biergarten. Dirndls and Lederhosen aren’t required, but we’re pretty sure you’ll have even more fun if you wear them. Wir schen uns dort!


For more information, contact Rachel McPherson at (307) 577-4832 (office) or (307) 267-0897 (cell) rachelm@cwhp.org

2022 CWHT Grief Camp

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OUR WINTER 2022 NEWSLETTER

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OUR FALL 2021 NEWSLETTER

As we celebrate this month, I thank you for forty years of support. It has been our honor to care for your families, friends, and loved ones since 1981, a journey we could not have made without you! Through the years, you ensured that everyone in your...

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Tree of Love “A Celebration of Life”

For many, the holidays symbolize a poignant time for celebration, love, and connections with family. For those of us who have lost a loved one, it can also bring a time of remembrance. Our annual “Tree of Love” event is an opportunity to...

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OUR SPRING 2021 NEWSLETTER

Looking Back and Moving Forward There are memories all around our Central Wyoming Hospice campus. From the faded pictures lining mantels to the golden plaques that grace our Veteran’s Tribute Wall, they surround us daily. Perhaps the most...

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Our Winter 2021 Newsletter

Forty Years of Caring With Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions    It started as the dream of passionate volunteers, searching for a better way to care for their loved ones, friends, and neighbors. In 1981, the Central Wyoming Cancer...

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OUR FALL 2020 NEWSLETTER

More Care for Your Community: Chapman Hospice Home to Re-Open For the veteran, for the homeless, for your grandmother or your father, for those patients whose symptoms can no longer be managed at home…our specialized inpatient care is...

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“Tree of Love” Celebration of Life at Central Wyoming Hospice

For many, the holidays symbolize a poignant time for celebration, love, and connection with family. For those of us who have lost a loved one, it can also bring a period of remembrance. While we cannot come together this year, we would still...

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Our Spring 2020 Newsletter

Last year, CWHP shared Our Caring Promise, our assurance to provide hospice to anyone in our community who needs it. Although we could never have anticipated these current challenges, we made this commitment knowing we had to hold true in rough times,...

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Our Fall 2019 Newsletter

Our community believes in our mission: To companion the end-oflife journey with skill and compassion. We feel your support in the hours our volunteers spend holding our patients’ hands, we hear it in the stories you tell us, and we see it in the...

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