Last fall's international trip hosted by the Hannibal Regional Hospital Auxiliary was so successful, they're doing it again this fall.

Last October, the auxiliary sponsored a trip to Ireland, with 20 guests making the excursion.

This October, the HRH Auxiliary hosts their "Reflections of Italy" trip. The ten day trip includes stops in Rome, Assisi, Florence and Venice, ending in Como, Switzerland.

The trip is a fundraiser for the auxiliary, who recently pledged $500,000 to the James E. Cary Cancer Center toward the purchase of a new Linear Accelerator. The trip costs $3,999 per person, which includes airfare, hotels, tours, meals and unlimited wine.

There's an informational meeting about the trip on Tuesday, March 4 at the hospital, with sessions at 3 and 6 p.m.

Hannibal Regional Hospital Director of Volunteer Services Alicia Rollins was a recent guest on KHMO Talk Back: