[social] [social_icon link="/?feed=rss2" title="RSS" type="rss" /] [social_icon link="http://facebook.com/pioneer.sentinel" title="Facebook" type="facebook" /] [social_icon link="http://twitter.com/PioneerNewsNow" title="Twitter" type="twitter" /] [/social]

Care Center welcomes new year

Ashley Crownover

Happy New Year! 2011 is behind us, and we welcome 2012 with open arms.

We had a fantastic year at Henrietta Care Center. This past year was extraordinary due to being part of such a supportive, generous, and caring community. We are very grateful for everything that the county and community does for us. To everyone who chose to volunteer at HCC by entertaining, singing, holding church services, having devotional time with the residents, conducting Sunday school classes, doing nails, playing Mr. and Mrs. Claus, donating corsages, donating money, buying from our bake sale, etc., we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. You have truly blessed us and touched so many lives.

To the newcomers that plan on volunteering in 2012, we thank you for your interest in impacting a life and helping out at HCC. We look forward to seeing new faces and having new activities as well as continuing on with the activities that we had in 2011.

Henrietta Care Center is a facility that prides itself on having good old-fashioned values. We strive to provide the highest possible quality of life for our residents, and in doing so our staff not only makes sure the basic needs of our residents are met but also treats each and every resident like family. One of our mottos is to treat the residents the exact way we would want to be treated-or even better. We appreciate the support our staff and our residents receive from the residents’ families. Family plays a very important role in the well-being of our residents. It is crucial that our residents receive support from their loved ones, and we are fortunate that we have such great, supportive, and caring resident family members.

We have one request this week. We are in need of magazines for the men in our facility. If you have any extra men’s magazines such as wrestling, airplanes, motorcycles, hunting, or fishing, and you do not mind donating them, we would love to have a wider selection of magazines for our male residents. We thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide us.

On behalf of all residents and staff at HCC, we would like to wish you a safe, healthy, and happy 2012. May God bless you and keep you in his care.


About Author

The Pioneer Sentinel is an online newspaper designed to deliver the news of Clay County, Texas, in a concise and community-friendly format.

Comments are closed.