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- 2011 Run & Walk - A recap of the 2011 Ted E. Bear Hollow 5K/10K Run & Remembrance Walk.
- Newsletters - Ted E. Bear Hollow will use Issuu as it new online newsletter format.
- In the News - Ted E. Bear Hollow is in the news. Watch videos and read articles about Ted E. Bear Hollow.
- A New Home! - Ted E. Bear Hollow cuts ribbon on its new home!
- 2011 Honors >>
- Comfort Food Classic - The 5th Annual Comfort Food Classic was a record-breaking event for Ted E. Bear Hollow.
- 2011 Doolin Classic - The 2011 Doolin Class was a success, raising $6,200 for Ted E. Bear Hollow.
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Ted E. Bear Hollow adds 'Service to Mankind Award'
On March 30, 2011, Ted E. Bear Hollow was honored by the Omaha Assocation of Health Underwriters, receiving the 'Service to Mankind Award' for 2010-2011. Ted E. Bear Hollow submitted an application to be considered for this award. The 'Service to Mankind' Award is presented each year to one organization making a positive difference in the community.
Ted E. Bear Hollow Volunteer, Kay Kronholm, Honored
Ted E. Bear Hollow grief support facilitator and LMHP Kay Kronholm was honored as the 2011 recipient of the United Way Volunteer of the Year Award for adults serving youth. Kay was nominated for this prestigious award for the hundreds of hours she has devoted to serving grieving youth in our community. Whether working directly with youth at Ted E. Bear Hollow day camps and groups or training future facilitators, presenting to community professionals and consulting schools after a death, Kay has truly made an impact in the lives of thousands of grieving children and teens.
The nomination for her award reads:
“Her thanks comes in the form of the smiles, and yes, sometimes the tears, from the kids she helps learn how to grieve in healthy ways. Kids who, because of time spent with Kay (or someone she has trained) may very well make better decisions later in their lives. Kids who have a significantly improved chance of becoming productive members of our community – because Kay played a role in their grief journey.”