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2016 K-9 Service Dog Memorial Service
A record amount of people attended our K-9 Service Dog Memorial Tuesday, May 3 to pay tribute K-9 heroes placed in our Garden of Heroes. K9 service dogs and their handlers from many area police and sheriff’s departments including the Clearwater Police Department and the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office were in attendance at the service to remember deceased service dogs from both agencies. Nearly 60 K-9 service dogs are currently interred at Curlew Hills Memory Gardens.
Curlew Hills Memory Gardens features one of Florida’s only authentic pet cemeteries. The company proudly donates burial plots in the pet cemetery to all service animals of both law enforcement agencies. Without this donation, the handler would pay out of his own pocket for the burial of the animal upon his death.
Thanks to All Who Attended Our 9/11 Event
On September 11th, we proudly hosted our 4th annual memorial service in honor of the tragedy that occurred in America on September 11, 2001. The program featured Reginald Roundtree as our Mater of Ceremonies and will include Honor Guards, Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office Flyover, U.S. Coast Guard Flyover, Tarpon springs Conservatory of Music, the East Lake High School Choral Group and Olivia the Lowry Park Zoo Eagle.
We are proud to have a one-of-a-kind 9/11 Memorial. A 150-pound piece of rusted steel beam, which was once part of the World Trade Center Towers, is its focal point. The memorial is constructed with nearly 30 tons of American granite and features an eternal flame at its base.
To view photos of this wonderful event, visit our Facebook page. You can also view a video of the event on the homepage of this website.
Renowned grief expert Dr. Alan Wolfelt will once again be our guest speaker at two community educational seminars this October 29th & 30th. These first community seminar will be held on October 29th at 7:00 p.m. at North Bay Community Church, 3170 North McMullen Booth Road in Clearwater. The topic for this program is "The Wilderness of Grief - Finding Your Way" - This special program offers guests support in their own personal grief experience. The next morning, October 30th, Dr. Wolfelt will present a seminar at 9:00 a.m. at the Empath Health Community Service Center at 5771 Roosevelt Blvd in Clearwater entitled "Exploring the Special Features of Sudden Death, Suicide Grief and Trauma Loss". Caregivers of all kinds including counselors, educators, clergy and social service staff will benefit from this educational morning event. As always, both events are free and open to all those searching for a message of hope and healing.