Opinion: United Helpers residents thankful for gifts this holiday season
To the Editor:
The staff and residents of United Helpers Maplewood Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center would like to offer sincere thanks for the many wonderful gifts received by the residents this holiday season.Special thanks to Bobbi, shift supervisor at Kinney Drugs in Canton, who spearheads the Santa for Seniors Program, to the patrons of Kinney Drugs, and to the employees who provided assistance.
We would also like to take this opportunity to send thanks and gratitude to Rena from the New Testament Church and her group who handmade the donated blankets and also to Leanne Saxby’s Allied Health students who wrapped them so beautifully.
There have been many local donations made this holiday season to which we are most grateful. United Helpers values the relationships we have with the community and businesses around St. Lawrence County. Thank you again for your support in 2017.
Special thanks to Santa Carl and Murray who so generously spread their special joy around campus.
On behalf of United Helpers, we hope everyone had a happy and healthy holiday season.
Dawn Kimble & Patience Boswell
United Helpers Maplewood Campus activities staff