The Ron Smith Care Centre welcomed spring with wonderful tea on 4 September.
The tea party hosted a special selection of red velvet cake, banana loaf, Bar One cake, and doughnuts. Also on offer were the muffins, which the residents had made in the occupational therapy activity centre.
A spokesperson for the centre, Cathy Grosvenor said, “The highlight of the morning, however, was the very special entertainment provided by the children from the Arrows Home School.”
She added, “They recited poetry, sang songs, told jokes, did some dancing and performed in a musical play entitled, A World is Washed, which was based on the story of Noah’s Ark as found in the Holy Bible.”
“The residents and staff were delighted by the young children, who ranged in age from three to nine years old and everyone remarked how cute, happy and joyful they were.”
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