At Springhill Village we do our best to make each and every resident feel like they are part of a family in a home-like setting. We have beautiful Christmas tress in every public area. Families are wonderful about coming in and decorating the doors, the rooms, the windows, which is awesome. We love to see that.
Everywhere you look you see Christmas decorations. The whole team pulls together to make it as festive as possible. We have activities from morning to evening to get them engaged and socialized. If they're friends and family, families are welcome at all of our activities.
We have a lot of performers come in to do concerts. Santa and Mrs. Claus come in. Every resident gets gifts.
Families are welcome anytime, of course, but especially at the holidays it would be great to have them be a little bit more interactive. We also do a Christmas dinner and it's a wonderful dinner...delicious! Everyone loves it and family are all invited.
Anyone is welcome to call with questions...299-6300. Talk to myself, Robin Collins or any staff member would be happy to fill them in on any information we can.
These past couple of days have been chillers. Without heating assistance, life could be unbearable.
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UPDATE: Power has been restored to West Vigo Middle School.
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One Atlanta based law-firm says it has a reward for anyone with answers in an Edgar County Arson.