ROCHELLE– Unity Hospice of Western Illinois is inviting veterans of Boone, Ogle, and surrounding counties to share their stories of wartime for inclusion in the Library of Congress through a nationally-recognized program called the Veterans History Project.

One of the world’s most respected research and cultural institutions, the Library of Congress will preserve these stories for future generations to help them better understand American history and the realities of war.

Interested veterans are invited to Unity Hospice’s office building, located in Rochelle, Ill., at 1201 S. 7th St., to share their personal military narrative in the form of unedited video recorded interviews. Read more about the Veterans History Project on their website at

Interviews will take place from Monday, Sept. 28 through Friday, Oct. 2. For more information about the Veterans History Project or to schedule a time to share your story, please contact Unity Hospice Director of Program Development Brenda McGarvey at (618) 954-6114 or

Founded in 1992, Unity Hospice is a family owned and operated hospice and palliative care company committed to providing comprehensive care, support, and education to people facing a life-limiting illness, those who care for them and the community.

Unity Hospice offers care of the highest quality by licensed and competent staff in accordance with laws and regulations and accepted standards of practice.

With the dedication to make their patients’ days comfortable, Unity Hospice provides an interdisciplinary approach to each individual and family, in which they go above and beyond everyday to meet their needs.

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