For several years, Life Care Center of Jefferson City, Tennessee, has held a community-wide Trick-or-Treat at the facility, and the tradition carried on Oct. 26, 2017.
Residents and associates dressed up in costumes to hand out candy to the visiting children, and Megan Parker, receptionist, used her makeup talents to decorate the faces of residents and co-workers alike.
The activities department decorated the hallways, going all out to make the facility look “spooktacular.”
Associates handed out orange Life Care Center of Jefferson City bags for the kids to collect their candy.
“It is so much fun being a part of this event, and I look forward to it every year,” said Angie Maddox, admissions and marketing director. “The best part is seeing the residents’ smiles and hearing them laugh.”
Ginger Hawkins, Humana representative to the facility, brought her grandson, who asked if they could go through the building twice.
“[My grandson] loved everything about the decorations, including the skeletons and the entrance too,” Hawkins said.