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Residents at The Manor Enjoy Visit From Channel 9 Personality

Residents of The Manor at Seneca Hill were treated to a holiday visit by Channel 9 Chief Meteorologist Dave Longley as a part of the station’s Operation Good Things.

Meteorologist Dave Longley  visits residents

Meteorologist Dave Longley visits residents

Longley, a native of Oswego, spent time talking with the residents, discussed the upcoming weather and shared a few of his memories of growing up in Oswego.

The residents also received gifts courtesy of Operation Good Things.

The Manor at Seneca Hill provides 24-hour skilled nursing care, and has a comprehensive rehabilitation department that offers physical, occupational and speech therapy weekdays and on Sundays.

In addition, the facility offers an Adult Day Health Services Program. To learn more about The Manor, call 349-5300.

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