Residents in Myers Manor and Anderson Personal Care at Wesley Village received a special delivery from Santa’s elves. Fresh cookies and milk were brought to residents’ rooms for a tasty treat.
The norm for 2020 has been seeing our administrator’s offices packed with PPE; however, Kate Conant, LHNA, Administrator at the Hilltop Campus, was filled with joy when she saw that her office was filled with Christmas presents donated for the residents and staff. A family member and friend of a former resident arranged a donation opportunity on Facebook for James G. Johnston Memorial Nursing Home on the Hilltop Campus. We are so thankful for their extreme generosity. Thank you to the Hendery Family and their friend Kathy as well as the generous Facebook community.
Thank you to the Binghamton Breakfast Rotary Club for remembering our residents this holiday season. Club members took photos of all the different community holiday decorations and sent each resident a Christmas card with a couple photos in each card. What a creative way to bring the holiday spirit to Hilltop Campus.
One thoughtful community member made unique candy boxes from upcycled Christmas cards. These special gifts were left on the lobby table where Independent Living residents at Hilltop found a new surprise left for them each day.
Residents of St. Louise Manor (Elizabeth Church Campus) participated in “Reindeer Games”. In small groups following all safety protocols, they were split into two teams where they competed in Cookie Stacking, Candy Cane Toss, and Guess What’s in Santa’s Hat. The residents had a blast!
Enjoy some scenes from Partridge-Tippett’s (Wesley Village) Winter Wonderland. Extra outdoor decorations were purchased through the Foundation Activities Initiative to create beautiful vignettes around the campus for residents to enjoy.