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There was a lively gathering at the Georgetown Community Hall on March 15th, where supporters of Delaware Hospice gathered for an evening of good music, dancing, food and friendship at the 2013 Beef & Brew. Some 300 attendees enjoyed music by Delaware’s favorite party band, The Funsters, while sipping on their favorite beers and some tasty nibbles. The event was a success thanks to generous guests, volunteers and a variety of sponsors. Delaware Hospice is the state’s only not-for-profit hospice, which continues to meet its mission of providing quality care to patients and families.

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