On Monday, December 11, 2017, Mr. Alfred Smith, a 90 year old patient with Brightmoor Hospice, had his dream fulfilled by his entire Brightmoor Team! Volunteer harpist Sallie Brown took her harp "on the road" and went to play at Mr. Smith's home while Volunteer Coordinator Janie Clark recorded her so that a CD could be made. Chaplain Jack Landham, Social Worker Libby Overly, Volunteer Heather Marchman, C.N.A. Felicia Payne and RN case manager Kirstie Ham also participated. Mr. Smith occasionally comes into Brightmoor Hospice's inpatient unit for respite, and he enjoys having Sallie come by and play the harp for him. He wanted to have a recording of her harp music so that he could listen to it any time he wanted to. Sallie was willing to go to Mr. Smith's house to play for him and Janie will have a CD burned, courtesy of First United Methodist music minister Steve Mulder. Mr. Smith also wanted to have a special lunch - a fish dinner from Captain D's!