Lancaster residents enjoyed a fun afternoon of games, pumpkin painting and cookie decorating at the Fall Carnival.
Lancaster Rehabilitation Center took part in the Go Red For Women Event at Pinnacle Bank Arena on October 8th. This event brings awareness of cardiovascular disease in Women. Attendee’s stopped by our booth for a free bottle of red nail polish and nail files. We also contributed to the “Purse-sonality” silent auction. Team members enjoyed a delicious dinner and program to top off the evening.
Sharon Schweitzer, Community Relations Liaison for Lancaster Rehabilitation Center spent the afternoon at the Firth Senior Center. Everyone in attendence enjoyed decorating a Halloween ghost to take home with them.
Martin Luther King Jr. said it best when he said, Life’s most urgent question is: “What are you doing for others?”
Lancaster is fortunate to have many wonderful volunteers. An open house was held on April 16th to recognize their kindness and dedication.
If you are interested in making a difference in the lives of others, become a volunteer at Lancaster Rehabilitation Center. Stop by for an application or go online to www.lancasterrc.com.