Lake Junaluska "Live and Learn" Program for May

The Bethea Welcome Center
91 N. Lake Shore Dr., Lake Junaluska, NC 28745
Nancy Oates
May 16, 2013
2:00 PM
Photo by: Donated photo Craig Summers with his dog, Wink

The "Live and Learn" Committee of Lake Junaluska is pleased to have Craig Summers as the presenter of its May 16th  program at 2:00 PM in the Bethea Welcome Center.  The volunteering and marketing specialist at MedWest Haywood Hospice, Craig began work at hospice in Haywood County fifteen years ago as one of the first music therapists in the United States to specialize in end-of-life care.  A family member of a hospice patient who experienced one of Craig's visits describes his unique impact:  "Craig is a gifted musician with a special way of relating to hospice patients, using his music to comfort and lift their spirits.  He reacts to their needs and preferences in a manner that is most helpful to the entire family."

Come and learn more about this many-faceted young man as he shares his music and his experiences in a very unique profession.  This meeting is open to the public.  For directions, call 452-7802.