Volunteers made holidays bright
October 3, 2008 · Updated 1:12 AM
Mount Si Transitional Health Center would like to thank
the Snoqualmie Valley for the wonderful gifts, volunteer events
and support graciously provided over the holidays.
A special thank you to; Linda Bonner and Sterling
Savings Bank, who coordinated the giving trees and collected all
the gifts; Safeway, QFC, Ace Hardware and the Moose Lodge for
hosting the giving trees and gift tags; and the churches, organizations,
individuals and families that caroled, volunteered their time and
donated gifts. We would also like to thank Frances Davenport
who visits us yearly as Santa and is known by many of the
residents of Mount Si Transitional Health Center.
Many things happen to make the holidays a special time at
the nursing home. The residents and staff are thankful for being part
of such a giving and supportive community. Thank you from all of
us at the Mount Si Transitional Health Center.
Mount Si Transitional Health Center