WATERVILLE — Northern Light Inland Hospital presents a new opportunity to remember friends, family members, caregivers, and others while supporting patient care. Its new tradition is the Lights of Life tree — it’s a real tree and will be illuminated on Thursday, Dec. 8 on campus at 200 Kennedy Memorial Drive. A video will be taken of the hospital president lighting the tree and then it will be posted on Inland’s Facebook page by 5:30 p.m.

Community members are invited to purchase lights for the tree to recognize special people in their lives. Every light purchased brightens the tree and supports the exceptional care provided at Inland Hospital.

Six levels of recognition are available, beginning with white lights at $10 and culminating with the star at $1,000. The name of each individual honored or remembered will be displayed on the Inland Hospital website throughout the holiday season. Lights of Life tribute forms will be available to download for those who purchase lights to send to honorees.

“We’re excited to bring this new tradition to the Waterville community,” said Tricia Costigan, president of Inland Hospital. “With a gift to Lights of Life, you will not only brighten the tree, but you will also help support care for patients in our community.”

Every dollar raised through Lights of Life will stay local to support patient care at Inland Hospital. For more information or to purchase a light, visit northernlighthealth.org/InlandLights.



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