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Hearts and crafts

Seniors begin making decorations for Valentine’s Day in the Bridges Day Program. The Bridges Day Program is an Adult Day program for seniors living in their home.  It offers their caregivers respite and the client comes to Columbia View Lodge for the day for activities, lunch and socialization. - Sheri Regnier
Seniors begin making decorations for Valentine’s Day in the Bridges Day Program. The Bridges Day Program is an Adult Day program for seniors living in their home. It offers their caregivers respite and the client comes to Columbia View Lodge for the day for activities, lunch and socialization.
— image credit: Sheri Regnier
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