'Generosity, caring during the holidays'

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On behalf of our residents and staff members, I would like to thank the Stateline Area for the generosity and caring shown to us during the holidays. It truly was a special Christmas season.

Throughout the month of December, many community groups, church groups, and school children were welcomed into our residents' home. Some sang carols, played the piano, or entertained with poems or readings. Some brought gifts, cards, or treats. We had young visitors from several schools who shared their smiles, talent, and beautiful handmade cards. There were groups of carolers too numerous to count. We enjoyed them all.

What a privilege it is to live and work in this fantastic Stateline Area. As we enter into a new year, we wish all of you good health, laughter, love and time with those you hold dear. May God bless all of you.

(Submitted by Leanne Sullivan, director of activities and volunteers, on behalf of Premier Rehabilitation And Skilled Nursing)

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