2009-12-10 / Local & State

Sons Of American Legion Donate To Angels On Earth


Fulton County Medical Center Long-Term Care representatives Lorraine Copenhaver and Elisha Feight accept a $300 donation from Sons of the American Legion members Monte Rasp and Rodney Buterbaugh. The Angels on Earth program was created to diminish the loneliness experienced by longterm care residents and to encourage neighbors to visit their local nursing-home facilities. Many residents have no visitors or family and become quite lonely, especially over the holiday season. The activities staff will distribute the gifts purchased for the residents on Christmas Eve. If you would like more information about this program or wish to donate gifts, please contact Elisha Feight, activities director, at 485- 6170. There are 12 residents in the program who are still available for adoption. Fulton County Medical Center Long-Term Care representatives Lorraine Copenhaver and Elisha Feight accept a $300 donation from Sons of the American Legion members Monte Rasp and Rodney Buterbaugh. The Angels on Earth program was created to diminish the loneliness experienced by longterm care residents and to encourage neighbors to visit their local nursing-home facilities. Many residents have no visitors or family and become quite lonely, especially over the holiday season. The activities staff will distribute the gifts purchased for the residents on Christmas Eve. If you would like more information about this program or wish to donate gifts, please contact Elisha Feight, activities director, at 485- 6170. There are 12 residents in the program who are still available for adoption.

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