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SUMMER FUN AT GREENHILL

27 July 2017

Residents, relatives, friends and staff at Greenhill had a great afternoon recently, as they all got together for the home’s annual summer party.  Everyone was in summer spirits and enjoyed a wonderful barbeque and plenty of refreshments. There was lots of fun and laughter and musical entertainment was provided by Healthy Happy Music. Led by Danny, the band performed old-school songs, including artists such as Diana Ross and Lionel Richie. The raffle provided plenty of excitement and made sure that many residents and guests ended the day with a prize.

We had great feedback from our guests. One of them commented, “It was a great day and I couldn’t have asked for more.” Another guest, a relative of one of our residents, exclaimed, “I can’t wait for the next summer party!”

Thank you to all those who attended, contributed and helped make the summer barbeque a wonderful success!

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