Hingham, MA (May 29, 2019) – A little bit of star power is coming to Hingham. Grammy-winner Paula Cole will serenade guests, residents and families on June 19 at The 12 – An Evening to Support the Pat Roche Hospice Home. Rolling Stone called Cole “An extraordinary songwriter with a gorgeous voice.” As the first woman in history to solely produce and receive the Best Producer Grammy nomination for her work, “This Fire,” Cole broke boundaries. Paula Cole is the voice behind Peter Gabriel’s “Secret World Live”, hits “Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?” and “I Don’t Want To Wait.” The
singer also won a Grammy for Best New Artist and led the pack at Lilith Fair’s opening. She is now a professor at her alma mater, Berklee College of Music, between tours and albums. Cole brings a new level of entertainment to Turkey Hill’s premier annual charitable event and garden party.
The evening is made possible by philanthropic volunteers and community members. The 12 Committee is led by Co-Chairs and Hingham residents Sara Abbott and Molly Smith. More than 450 guests are expected to enjoy cocktails and dinner on the grounds of the historic former summer home of Harvard Law School Dean Ezra Thayer.
Special thanks to Premier Sponsors: Roche Brothers; Quincy Mutual Group; Sandy Cove Advisors; Hollywood Agency and Comprehensive Benefit Administrators. For a full list of supporters, to purchase a table or to learn more, please visit https://www.nvna.org/the-12-an-evening-to-support-the-pat-roche-hospice-home/
About the Pat Roche Hospice Home
NVNA and Hospice cares for patients wherever they call home, private homes, assisted living or skilled nursing facilities. We also care for residents and families in the beautiful 12-bed Hospice Home in Hingham, Massachusetts. This Turkey Hill location (next to Weir River Farm) provides a dignified and peaceful environment for residents facing a life-limiting illness. We are the only, non-profit, independent Hospice Home of our kind on the South Shore.
About NVNA and Hospice
NVNA and Hospice provides the full continuum of care from home health, palliative and hospice to private pay services (NVNA WORKS) to help patients and families. We own and operate the Pat Roche Hospice Home in Hingham, the region’s only non-profit residence. As an independent non-profit, we also provide wellness and public health services through NVNA SUPPORTS in 27 South Shore communities from Milton to Plymouth. To learn more visit http://www.nvna.org or call 781.659.2342.
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