Faces of Grief

Keturah's Camp Good Mourning Story

Maybe it was the refreshing breeze, or the serenity I felt as I strolled through the camps pathway. Perhaps it was simply the joyous conversations coming from some of the campers and warm hugs and smiles from the buddies. Though I can’t pinpoint what it was specifically, I knew this combination made me feel right…

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LIVE from the Clubhouse

Today we have a special group of guest bloggers… our Kate’s Club Teens. We have been talking about the power of telling your grief story when combined with social media. I hope you enjoy what they wanted to share with you. Brainstorming their message… Tevonte’s Message: Composing his message “Although your love one is gone,…

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Grief Awareness Day

With the approval of House Resolution 1567, today was declared Grief Awareness Day in the State of Georgia. “When a family suffers a tragedy, we often don’t know what to say. It’s important for people to have the support they need through the grief process.” said House Rep. Elena Parent. Rep. Parent was instrumental in…

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My Best Friend Always Has My Back

It is often stated that “the grief path is often lonely and frightening.” Not on Saturday at Kate’s Club. On Saturday, Kate’s Club hosted programs and events on “Bring a Friend” day that brought together over 100 children, 40 volunteers, and a number of families. The ability to get friends and families involved helps all…

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Faces of Grief

As we prepare for Grief Awareness Day 2012, we are launching the ‘Faces of Grief’ photo stream on our blog. ‘Faces of Grief’ will allow individuals to put a face to grief as they share their story. On this blog we will be collecting the images and sharing them as part of a Flickr stream…

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