Request Donations for Grandmother Agnes Baker Pilgrim

Dear Community Members, 

I wanted to reach out and inform you that Grandmother Agnes Baker Pilgrim is going into the hospital on Febuary 11, in Grants Pass to have a hip replacement surgery. We are asking for prayers for her quick recovery.

Once she is out of the main hospital she will need to stay in a therapy center for recovery and assistance in learning to walk again. Her medical insurance does not cover the stay in the therapy center. If you would like to make a donation towards these costs, Grandmother would be very grateful. 

She is such a Treasure and at 88 years old she is still offering her services and prayers to support the community around the world.  Please consider a donation however small to help her thru this difficult time. Please include a return address so we can respond to you.

Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely

Windsong Martin

Donations can be sent directly to:

Agnes Baker Pilgrim 

1036 SW K Street

Grants Pass, Oregon 97526

 

 

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Comment by Kathie Giove on January 29, 2013 at 1:42pm

My prayers are with you Agnes for a successful surgery and a swift recovery.

Love Kathie

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