Ladies and Gentlemen, there has been a miracle on North 11th Street. Elvis made a visit to entertain the residents at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center with some Christmas cheer. Word spread quickly for his “sold out” “standing room only” show and Williamsburg Mayor, Roddy Harrison, had to come check it out for himself. After…
Santa Claus made a special visit for employees and their children at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center. The kids also got a chance to create some amazing designs on sugar cookies and then eat them. Perfect night for the family to be with one another.
If you are looking for Christmas spirit, look no further than Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center. The residents and staff were delighted to act out the Nativity story. Special thank you to Mrs. Joy Ball, Mrs. Alecia Stephens, and Miss Palace Stephens for providing the beautiful music for the play. Merry Christmas to all.
A special thank you to The Dance Center Of Williamsburg for sharing their talented Hollidazzle dancers with our residents at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center. Everyone appreciated the beautiful Christmas spirit being shared.
Special thank you to Williamsburg Independent School’s 8th grade Career Readiness Class for making these adorable Christmas cards for the residents. Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center appreciates them and know the residents will too. It’s always so special when children are eager to make the resident’s Christmas a little brighter by a visit with a…
Merry Christmas to the wonderful group of employees at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center. They had a great time the other night with food, games, and gifts at their Annual Christmas Party.
Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center would like to say a special thank you to the soldiers from the Williamsburg National Guard Armory. They stopped by to spend part of their weekend with the residents playing bingo.
Residents at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center shopped until they dropped. They enjoyed the annual Christmas shopping trip to Walmart. This bunch was on the hunt for a good bargain.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center. With the Thanksgiving dinner eaten, it is time to start gearing up for the Christmas holiday.
It’s always an honor to represent the facility, residents, and staff at Williamsburg Health and Rehabilitation Center at the annual KAHCF awards banquet. Tonight, their wonderful facility was recognized as a “Best of Kentucky” award recipient and honored to have the KAHCF #1 caregiver, Amanda Fredericks, representing the facility. Congratulations to all of the winners.