Algoma Visitor Center Volunteers Deliver Cards To Algoma Medical Center & Long Term Care Unit

 In Community

Just because the Algoma Visitor Center is currently closed to visitors doesn’t mean our volunteers are sitting idle.

Algoma Visitor Services and Volunteer Coordinator Sharon Hedrington got a small group of volunteers together to make and deliver cards to the residents of the Algoma Medical Center & Long Term Care Unit. 

Algoma Visitor Center Volunteers Deliver Cards To Algoma Long Term Care Residents

Algoma Visitor Center Volunteers Deliver Cards To Algoma Long Term Care Residents

Sharon along with VC volunteers Judy Ortlieb, Judy Klu, Bev Neinas, and Maggie Raymaker made out several cards to distribute to the residents of the Algoma Medical Center & Long Term Care Unit.  Judy Klu hand-colored some of these beautiful cards. Each card contains a hand-written notes hoping to spread happiness and good cheer to the residents since visitors  are not currently allowed inside. 

Sharon says, “We are so hoping to brighten their day!” and we are sure they did just that! They would like to challenge our surrounding Chambers , youth groups, churches, businesses, and residents to do the same in their own community!

Due to the HIPPA laws for protecting one’s privacy, the names of the recipients are not known.  Sharon suggests calling the facility so you can find out how many female/male residents there are to address the envelopes.  Algoma LTCU administrator Jean Marsh was a great help with the project

Sharon would like to thank everyone who helped, including Gloria Naze for taking time to give the group a hand.
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