Kibbi accompanied us to an event on Friday to celebrate community members who had gone above and beyond to help others. We’ll be talking more about this in an upcoming post. Kibbi sat quietly by our feet throughout the ceremony. So proud of our girl. To learn more about our therapy dog, click here.
We planted our native landscape to help the environment. Growing plants that are native to this region provides a habitat for birds and bees and butterflies. Using native plants requires using less water, and allows us to do so without pesticides. Recently, an article in the Johnson City Press explained the importance of helping local pollinators. Click here to learn more.
Sometimes a therapy dog can be more effective than words. Kibbi is the therapy dog at Morris-Baker. Since 2011, she has been using her therapy dog certification to bring comfort to any family requesting her presence at Morris-Baker, as well as to any facility in the community that wants her to come visit. Therapy dogs provide affection and comfort to those who are grieving the loss of a loved one….Keep Reading
We have more flowers blooming in our native landscape. Growing plants that are native to this region provides a habitat for birds and bees and butterflies. Using native plants requires using less water, and allows us to do without pesticides. Stop by and see what flowers are coming up all around the outside of our funeral home.
If you’ve wanted to do some advanced planning but don’t know where to start, come to our free workshop this Thursday, June 27th. Together, as a group, we will walk through the pre-planning process and help you get the ball rolling. Have questions? We will be there to answer. Worried about getting stuck? We will help you move forward. This workshop will take place this Thursday, June 27th at 6…Keep Reading