On November 14, 2018, more than 100 guests gathered to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Lake Sunapee Region VNA (LSRVNA) Hospice Dinner at The Millstone at 74 Main, raising funds and awareness for compassionate end-of-life care. In 1980, Tom Mills and family opened The Millstone Restaurant; in 1989 he established the Hospice Dinner to benefit the LSRVNA Hospice Program. Tom supports a number of local organizations with special interests, including youth, education, veterans and health initiatives. He believes it is important to partner with local organizations that significantly impact our community. 

When Rich Stockwell, a long-time restauranteur, bought The Millstone Restaurant in 2014 (renamed The Millstone at 74 Main at that time), he said it was a “no brainer” to continue the Hospice Dinner tradition. “Rich and his entire team are terrific to work with and always deliver a well-organized event and exceptional meal,” said Cathy Raymond, LSRVNA Development Officer. Both Rich and Tom have had personal experiences with family members cared for by LSRVNA. “I can’t imagine there are very many people in our area who have not experienced the VNA in some way,” Tom shared. Tom Mills, who at one point ran three area restaurants, still owns the Flying Goose Brew Pub in New London. In addition to The Millstone at 74 Main, Rich recently opened the Little Brother Burger Company on Main Street in New London. “We remain deeply grateful for community leaders like Tom and Rich,” says Raymond. For more information about LSRVNA, call 603-526-4077 or visit www.lakesunapeevna.org.

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