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Residents at The Manor Celebrate Thanksgiving With Their Families

The residents of The Manor at Seneca Hill and their family members enjoyed a full turkey dinner together on Thanksgiving Day.  Some 60 family members came to The Manor to share a holiday meal with a loved one. This yearly tradition, coordinated by the activity department and prepared by the food service department, is one that staff members look forward to each Thanksgiving. The families enjoyed a Thanksgiving luncheon that included oven roasted turkey, bread dressing, whipped potatoes and gravy, seasoned butternut squash, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. Pictured seated are Marion King and her son, Chris King. Standing are grandsons Adam and Christian King. The Manor at Seneca Hill offers skilled nursing, a complete rehabilitation program with physical, occupational and speech therapies and an Adult Day Health Services Program.
The residents of The Manor at Seneca Hill and their family members enjoyed a full turkey dinner together on Thanksgiving Day. Some 60 family members came to The Manor to share a holiday meal with a loved one. This yearly tradition, coordinated by the activity department and prepared by the food service department, is one that staff members look forward to each Thanksgiving. The families enjoyed a Thanksgiving luncheon that included oven roasted turkey, bread dressing, whipped potatoes and gravy, seasoned butternut squash, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. Pictured seated are Marion King and her son, Chris King. Standing are grandsons Adam and Christian King. The Manor at Seneca Hill offers skilled nursing, a complete rehabilitation program with physical, occupational and speech therapies and an Adult Day Health Services Program.