It was an exciting adventure to the far-off regions of Australia. Not quite, but the campers got close to the habitat of the continent “down under” when they attended a presentation by Kentucky Down Under.
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It was a beautiful day to travel to Wolf Creek Dam, the source for Cumberland Lake in south-central Kentucky. Elders accompanied the Camp Clinton campers for a morning of hiking, games and a picnic. Several groups of children from around the area were present for what was called “The Longest Day of Play”.
Opening day’s kick-off of Camp Clinton was a fun-filled day. There was a variety of games, a cookout and an inflated “bouncy house”. Young children of our Stakeholders (employees) were invited to join in the fun and to get acquainted with the Camp Clinton Program.
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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.