You might not have heard of the Twilight Wish Foundation, but Cherie Dixon is working hard to change that.

Dixon is director of the Washington County chapter of Twilight Wish, a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization that fulfills wishes for senior citizens.

Twilight Wish Foundation

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Meeting at Transitions Healthcare in Washington are, from left, Twilight Wish director Cherie Dixon; Donna Connolly, volunteer; Dan Wolfe, volunteer; Richard Pinson, who was granted a wish; Marie Guarascio, volunteer, and Rosemarie Pryzbzy and Bonnie Gump, who were granted wishes.

Rosemary Pryzbzy

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Rosemarie Pryzbzy, a resident of Transitions Healthcare in Washington, was granted her wish of camping and roasting marshmallows.

Bonnie Gump

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Bonnie Gump, along with her sister, Judy, both residents of Transitions Healthcare in Washington, were given a headstone for their mother’s grave in Claysville by the Twilight Wish Foundation.

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