Remember, the St. Joseph Employee Craft Fair is Saturday, December 6 at the Willette Conference Center. Shop for yourself or for your Christmas List! Click here for all the details in our previous post!
“There is always, always, always something to be thankful for.”
We hope you, your family and friends have a healthy, safe Thanksgiving filled with loved ones, fun times and lots of cranberry sauce! Take some time to rest, relax and reflect on all the great things you do each and every day!
Cheers From, Debbie, Jen, Mike and Amy
We give them to our patients as a treat!
Today they dropped of a wonderful group of hand made cards from the students.
What a great way to say we are thinking of others!
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
“Every story has an end, but in life, every end is a new beginning.”
The hand written note has become a thing of the past … sad, but true. So when a hand written note of Thanks comes in to us here at St. Joe’s, we take a moment, truly reflect on the words that were written and appreciate the time and attention taken from the sender. Again, another display of the dedication and hard work of each and every one of you! Here is just that note and we are so proud to have received this [you will have to click on the image to read it]:
“Stop chasing what your mind wants and you’ll get what your soul needs.”
“When we put our problems in God’s hands, He puts His peace in our hearts.”
Sometimes I just look up, smile and say, “I know that was you God, thanks!”
Our annual Founders Day celebration today in the Chapel combined a look back at the heritage of the Felician Sisters who established St. Joseph Hospital with special honors for the four recipients of this year’s Mother Mary Angela Service Award. Pictured: Sister Barbara Theresa and Sister Mary Edith, both still an active part of the St. Joseph Healthcare “Family” in Bangor.
This year’s Award recipients (photo at left) are Theresa Crews, Mya-Lisa King, Jessica LaBree and Pamela Sirois. Congratulations to these four individuals, who were selected to receive the highest honor bestowed on any member of the St. Joseph Healthcare community.
Distinguished guests at our event included Most Rev. Robert P. Deeley, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland; Sister Nancy Marie of the Felician Sisters from Enfield, CT, and David R. Lincoln, President and CEO of Covenant Health, sponsors of St. Joseph Healthcare.
Additional highlights of the event are shown in the slideshow below…
“Either I will find a way or I will make one.”