Eagle Beverage Makes Oktoberfest a Real Celebration at St. Luke Health Services

OSWEGO – Eagle Beverage representatives made their annual trip to St. Luke Health Services in Oswego with a supply of beer and other specialty beverages for residents, day program registrants, family and friends to sample, while sharing some comradery and laughs as part of their Oktoberfest celebration.

Residents at St. Luke Health Services in Oswego enjoyed a favorite tradition when Eagle Beverage, Inc. made their 12th annual visit, bringing along beer and other specialty beverages for residents, day program registrants, family and friends to sample. Eagle Beverage staff also brought conversation, laughter and camaraderie to all gathered. Pictured (left to right) is Eagle Beverage’s Dan Dorsey Jr. and Tim Mosher as they sample a favorite brew with Bruce Callen, during the Oktoberfest celebration held at St. Luke.
Residents at St. Luke Health Services in Oswego enjoyed a favorite tradition when Eagle Beverage, Inc. made their 12th annual visit, bringing along beer and other specialty beverages for residents, day program registrants, family and friends to sample. Eagle Beverage staff also brought conversation, laughter and camaraderie to all gathered. Pictured (left to right) is Eagle Beverage’s Dan Dorsey Jr. and Tim Mosher as they sample a favorite brew with Bruce Callen, during the Oktoberfest celebration held at St. Luke.

Along with the beer and specialty beverages provided by Eagle Beverage, those in attendance also enjoyed some special fare made by St. Luke’s Dietary Department in keeping with the theme of the event.

“We can’t thank Eagle Beverage enough for helping to keep this fall tradition alive and well here at St. Luke,” said Donna Rose, Activity Director. “As they have for a dozen years, our folks look forward to this visit from Eagle Beverage for an afternoon of fun and refreshments. It’s not only the beverages that helps make our Oktoberfest celebration special; it’s the wonderful people from Eagle Beverage who give of their time visiting with residents and families while sharing a few laughs. We truly appreciate their generosity.”