Spring Hills Somerset Observes National Assisted Living Week
National Assisted Living Week was commemorated Sept. 12 at the Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living Center with a bell choir performance and games.
Township Councilwoman Rox Sherman (D-Ward 2) presented a proclamation and the Ding Dongs Bell Chior of Spring Hills Somerset played patriotic music.
After the ceremony, youth volunteers from St. Matthias Church played WII games with residents who are a part of Spring Cottage, the memory care community at Spring Hills.
Also participating were Spring Hills Somerset Resident Council President John Boucher and local Minister Gwen Livingston.
Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living resident Adele Riebach is a member of the Spring Hills Somerset Ding Dongs Bell Choir who performed at today’s opening ceremony for National Assisted Living Week. All photos: Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living.
Spring Hills Somerset resident council president (left) was joined by (left to right) Councilwoman Rozalyn Sherman, Reverend Gwen Livingston and Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living’s Executive Director Adrianne Hill as they kicked off National Assisted Living Week (NALW). A week of technology-filled and fun activities is ahead, following in the NALW theme for this year: Keeping Connected through technology.
(left to right) St. Matthias Church and School 8th graders Viktoria Panzenko and Haley Yumang played Wii with Spring Hills Somerset Spring Cottage residents Norman Trout and Bella Rivas. Spring Cottage is the memory care community at Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living.
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