News & Updates
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“It is so good to get outside in the sun and eat out once again,” Lucille said as we sat together in Ebenezer’s Mexican Restaurant in celebration of Cinco de Mayo Day. Several Elders were with her, along with her sister Betty and the staff of CCCR, to enjoy some Mexican cuisine. Earlier, Elders enjoyed taking turns trying to break open the piñata with every whack of the stick. Finally, the piñata gave way to the persuasion of the blows and released its treasure of sweets. It was a rewarding effort to exercise their bodies and enjoy the tasty treats. It was a happy celebration for all participants.
Clinton County Care and Rehabilitation was honored to have County Executive Judge Richard Armstrong, Chief of Police Ernest Guffey, Sergeant Ricky Martel and Clerk of the Circuit Court Jake Staton join us in celebrating the National Day of Prayer. Each contributed to praying for our nation and community. Elders were delighted to see them and visit with them. Taking time to pray together, with the grandmothers and grandfathers of our community, is what the National Day of Prayer is about.
Clinton County Care and Rehabilitation elders are at it again, competing to see who could come out with the top score for our bowling challenge. One elder states “I don’t know how long it has been since I have laughed this much, this is fun.” We love seeing our elders enjoying their time here! Carl has held on strong with the top score of all our participants with a 165. Great job everyone!