On February. 10th, residents at Livingston Hills got together to celebrate Mardi Gras in style. With the dining hall decked out in the traditional gold, green and purple colors, residents enjoyed delicious Jambalaya made by the Activities Department. It was a wonderful treat, and everyone loved it.
Both residents and staff got in the spirit and had fun wearing their Mardi Gras masks, beads, and feather boas. A great time was had by all and we thank our Activities team for making it extra special.
For the past 3 years, Livingston Hills has a “Thankful Luncheon”. This year, 42 residents signed up to attend.
Everyone in the room went around and mentioned what they were “Thankful For”.
This event is done a week before Thanksgiving.
Each year we join together to create packages for the children who do not have the means to receive Christmas Gifts, and this year is no different. We all got together to create packages for Operation Christmas Child.
This holiday season, the staff at Livingston Hills is working to collect donations for the following individuals. If you would like to join in our efforts, please contact our Admissions Department by calling 518-851-3041.
Eighteen year old Emily Keffner, who lives right here in Columbia County, has been through about 30 reconstructive surgeries in her life as she was born with a cleft lip and palate deformity. She will now be undergoing yet another surgery to prevent her jaw from collapsing. Donations are now being collected to help defray the cost of the surgery and other expenses.
We will also be collecting donated items for a local woman who lost her house to a fire on the Adventists property. We are looking for clothing, food, and a number of household items.
If you have any questions about donations for either individual, please also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.