Villages at LBL Newsletter 2019
Memory Support Newsletter April 2019
McKinley Health Center Newsletter April 2019
Laurelbrooke Newsletter April 2019
Sara Seidle-Patton, a candidate for Clarion County Judge, will be appearing at WRC’s The Bistro At Water Run on April 4 for a meet-and-greet with the public. Seidle-Patton, a resident of Clarion Township, currently serves as the County’s Juvenile Public Defender and Domestic Relations Hearing Officer. The meet-and-greet, open to the public, will give Seidle-Patton…Details
Himalayan Salt and Body, a salt therapy spa in Knox, PA, stopped by our Laurelbrooke Landing facility March 20 for an informative session on the benefits of Himalayan pink salt and halotherapy. Ron and Cindy Conner, owners of Himalayan Salt and Body, went in-depth on why individuals can benefit from their treatments. As Cindy stated,…Details
On March 20, Edgewood Heights welcomed the Redbank Valley High School Jazz Band for a dining room performance that got the residents bopping! Residents enjoyed the special performance, and Edgewood hopes to have the band back to perform again in the near future.Details
WRC is proud to announce that Edgewood Heights Administrator Ashley Buzard has been accepted into LeadingAge PA’s Fellows in Leadership Program. Buzard will take part in the one-year program that “equips leaders with actionable strategies and practical knowledge that can be utilized to help solve communities’ real-world challenges.” “As an administrator of a personal care…Details
A friendly game of bowling at Laurelbrooke Landing got the ball rolling on Friday. Residents from Personal Care, Harmony Circle and McKinley Health Center participated. Olive Welsch, a Personal Care resident, won the match. Congrats Olive! Up next – Pete Weber?Details
With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, our Laurelbrooke personal care residents needed some proper decorations. What better way to wish up some good fortune than a Lucky Leprechaun craft? We used Popsicle sticks and festive paints to craft these little guys, who now decorate the walls of the residents’ rooms.Details
WRC is proud to announce its Highland Oaks at Water Run community has been named 2018 Business Education Partner of the Year by the Clarion County Chamber of Commerce. Presented March 9 at the Chamber’s Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner, Highland Oaks earned the award for its emerging internship program with Clarion University. The program,…Details
Local ministry singer Brenda Mishler stopped by Laurebrooke Landing on February 22 bearing the gift of song. The Brookville, PA, artist sang a combination of classic Gospel songs and original Christian numbers to residents on Friday afternoon. Mishler, who released her debut album “In His Hands” in 2014, has performed in hundreds of concerts statewide.…Details
“Today was good. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one.” Dr. Seuss’ clever and inspirational quotes impacted countless lives, including the many residents and staff who took part in our Dr. Seuss Week celebration at Laurelbrooke Landing and McKinley Health Center. The festivities included a Dr. Seuss Jeopardy event, a Seuss-themed door decorating contest, and…Details
It’s time to trade the snow in for flowers! The residents of Highland Oaks welcomed youngsters from the Jefferson-Clarion Head Start for a gleeful day of crafts and reading. The group worked on a Spring-themed watercolor project, bringing some much-needed color and warmth on a frigid first day of March. The children of J-C Head…Details
The kids from Brookville HS (Special Education Class) came in on Monday, Feb 11th to meet with the Laurelbrooke residents and read to them. They also brought in cookies for valentine’s day for them to decorate together.
We had a valentines party on February 15th with Laurelbrooke and McKinley Health Center residents. Everyone voted and the Queen was Doris Casterwiler and the King was Jan Bosak. They received crowns and stuffed animals. They also had cupcakes & Oreos and listened to music.Details
Laurelbrooke and McKinley residents play a Brown Bag Trivia game where they answered trivia questions, then guessed the hidden item. Prizes were awarded to those who guessed correctly.
On Saturday, February 9th, the residents of Highland Oaks celebrated National Pizza Day with freshly made pizzas, hand tossed by Administrator Shelby Groff.
On Friday, February 1st, residents at Laurelbrooke got an escape from the cold with a tropical themed Luau party. They enjoyed sweet pineapple desserts, drank punch and played beach volleyball.
Barbara Sepich, President/CEO at WRC Senior Services, was recently featured in a recent edition of McKnight’s Long Term Care News. McKnight’s Long-Term Care News is a business news magazine serving the institutional long-term care field, focusing especially on the high-acuity skilled nursing setting. The feature highlighted Sepich’s personal mission statement: Make a meaningful difference…Details
Yesterday, January 14th, marked 129 years since the incorporation of the Pennsylvania Memorial Home, which was the very first WRC Senior Services Community. Since 1890 we have continued to grow and thrive, providing vibrant living options for all ages through life’s transitions.Details
WRC Home Solutions, Home Health and Hospice are pleased to announce the appointment of our new Administrator of Home Health and Hospice, Roxanne Manson, RN. Roxanne has been a Registered Nurse for the last 10 years. After a well-established career in manufacturing, Manson graduated from nursing school in 2008 and immediately hit the floor as…Details