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Fiesta time at Golden Living Center

 

Shannon Ireland

Don Davis gives his sombrero to a Golden Living resident at their Mexican-themed family council event.

Golden Living Center hosted a family council meeting on Thursday evening. The resident council held a meeting to vote on a theme for the event.

"It is a meeting we have several times a year that we invite families and caregivers to, along with the residents and staff to let them know what is going on at Golden Living and also an opportunity for them to ask us questions," staff member, Don Davis said.

As a result, friends and family of the residents were invited to celebrate a Mexican fiesta.

Staff members Suzy Deaver and Cisco Aguas prepared tacos and enchiladas for the guests, which were washed down with margaritas.

After the dinner, Davis recognized the local veterans by reading a list of those who had passed in the last year, followed by a round of applause for living veterans in attendance in anticipation of Veteran's Day.

Susan Peters, a representative from the Hospice branch in Sidney, gave a presentation. November is National Hospice Month and the staff at Golden Living wanted to recognize the role Hospice plays at their facility.

The next big event at Golden Living Center is Santa for Seniors on December 23 at 2:00 p.m., held with cooperation from The Cheyenne County Community Center. Golden Living will also have a Christmas Open House that is open to the public on Saturday, December seventh from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m.

 

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