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Clinton House Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center Helped Make Thanksgiving Special to Those in Need
Skilled Nursing Facility Lends Support to Frankfort Community Center's “Community Thanksgiving Dinner”
Dec 16, 2022
Clinton House Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center helped make Thanksgiving Day special for those in need, providing meals and good cheer during Frankfort Community Center's annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner. Along with helping to serve up more than 700 warm dinners, the skilled nursing facility also donated the pies and other grocery items needed to provide the meal.
This year, more than 95 people volunteered their time to help prepare, cook, serve and deliver meals for the Community Thanksgiving Dinner. Recipients enjoyed ham, corn, green beans, mashed potatoes, gravy, rolls, applesauce and four types of pie (pecan, cherry, apple and pumpkin).
The annual event was also made possible thanks to generous donations from members of the community and The Farmers Bank.
“We serve those in need all year long, but giving back becomes even more meaningful during the holiday season,” said Tracy Wells, Administrator of Clinton House Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center. “The Community Thanksgiving Dinner is a wonderful annual tradition that benefits many in our community, and we were pleased to lend both our time and support to ensure the success of this important local event.”
Chelsea Nern, of Clinton House Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, helped serve meals during Frankfort Community Center's Community Thanksgiving Dinner.