Don't let that For Sale sign mislead you.
The annual Remembrance Trees ceremony will still be held at the former home of the Northern Chesapeake Hospice Foundation.
Valda Rotolo, one of those who organizes the Remembrance Trees event, stated that the former hospice home base hasn't been sold so the event will still be held at the location at 229 East Main Street, Elkton on December 2.
You will also have more time to grieve this year.
The start has been moved up a half hour to 11 a.m.
All are invited to participate in the free Remembrance Tree program which gives you a way to remember a loved one during the holiday season.
"This is a good way to start the holiday season. A way to get in front of your grief," said Rotolo.
The name of a loved one is written on a ribbon. The ribbon is then placed on the tree on the front porch of the building.
Ribbons may be picked up in advance and returned with names written on them. Call Gabrielle at 410-620-3702 or Valda at 410-996-5342. They will be placed on the trees December 2.
For the third year, there will be two trees. The second tree is for children and adolescents dealing with a lost loved one. Students from a local elementary school grief groups also make ribbons for that tree.
A brief ceremony will start at 12:45 p.m. at the event.
This event is sponsored by: The Union Hospital Foundation, Cecil County State's Attorney's Office, the Cecil County Child Advocacy Center and Office of Family Violence Program, Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care, Amedisys Hospice Services, Cecil County Sheriff's Office Honor Guard, Elkton Police FOP, Friends of Cecil County Homicide Memorial, and Rymark Financial Services.