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Bailey-Boushay House remembers loved ones on Valentine's Day
Bailey-Boushay House remembers loved ones on Valentine's Day
More than 700 heart-shaped and red balloons decorated the Bailey-Boushay House Valentine's Day as a sign of hope and caring. The annual Valentine's Day Remembrance is a special way staff and volunteers at the skilled nursing facility thank the community for its continued support.

"Bailey-Boushay House has served more than 5,000 people living with HIV/AIDS in the last 15 years and most of them spent their last days with us. Every face, every story is remembered in this public visual display on this special day dedicated to love," said Brian Knowles, executive director of the Bailey-Boushay House.

The evening prior, about 20 to 30 volunteers and staff worked together to prepare the balloons. "Our preparation and celebration events are wonderful opportunities for people to do something different on Valentine's Day," said David Pavlick, volunteer program manager for Bailey-Boushay House. "Participants tell me each year what a rewarding experience this is for them."

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