Juneau and Adams county residents can remember a family member or friend during a special holiday event at Mile Bluff Medical Center in Mauston November 26. Love Lights are now available for purchase as part of the annual Hospice Touch Love Light Tree ceremony. Hospice Touch has held the its annual Love Light program which Hospice Director Laura Fritz says is a reflection of what hospice care is all about. The Love Light Tree program includes inspirational readings and songs, plus the public reading of names of area residents who touched the lives of others. Residents can have names added to the Love Light list by purchasing an individual Love Light or a string of lights. The contribution for a single light is $5 or $25 for a string of lights. Love Light order forms are available at Mile Bluff Medical Center, Phillip’s Mauston Pharmacy, Roche-A-Cri Pharmacy in Adams-Friendship and online at tomahhospital.org. Lights should be ordered by November 20 to be included in the Mauston ceremony. The program begins at 6:30 P-M November 26. Hospice Touch of Tomah Memorial Hospital coordinates the program and provides Hospice and Palliative Care services to residents in five counties including Juneau and Adams.