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September 25, 2018

Sunrise Residential Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center Helps Eagle Scout Candidate Perform Community Project


Fifteen year-old Eagle Scout Candidate Drazen Schrecengost, a member of Oswego's Boy Scout Troop 888, reviews the necessary components for a new raised flower bed and hardscaped circular garden with Sunrise Residential Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center Life Care Coordinator, Greg Callen. Drazen met Callen while looking for a community organization to develop his Eagle Scout project with, and as a result selected Sunrise. Eagle Scout candidates have to create a project that will benefit and enriched peoples live in the community. Before his project can be constructed, Drazen has to have the final plans approved by Central and Northern New York's, Longhouse Council, Boy Scouts of America.

Oswego, NY – Drazen Schrecengost, a member of Oswego’s Boy Scout Troop 888, is working with employees at the Sunrise Residential Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center for his Eagle Scout candidacy project.

Eagle Scout candidates must complete a project that benefits the lives of the people within the community. Schrecengost has decided to renovate a community courtyard for Sunrise.

The fifteen year-old, Schrecengost has worked closely with Greg Callen, Life Care Coordinator, of Sunrise Residential Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center on the project. Together, they have planned the components of Schrecengost’s flowerbed and a hardscaped circular garden.

“Sunrise Residential Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center has been a great partner to work with on the project,” said Schrecengost. “I am looking forward to the finished effort and the benefits it will provide the Sunrise residents and facility.”

According to Callen, the partnership with Schrecengost and the Oswego’s Boy Scout Troop 888, is something that Sunrise Residential Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center prides itself on.

“Our staff and this facility are greatly committed to the Oswego community, and organizations like the Boy Scouts of America,” said Callen. “The enthusiasm that I have seen with Drazen has been contagious, and I am happy that Sunrise could be a part of it.”

Sunrise Residential Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center is a family-owned and operated, 120-bed long-term and sub-acute care facility located at 17 Sunrise Terrace in Oswego. The center offers long-term care; full rehabilitation services including: physical, occupational and speech therapy; post-surgical orthopedic care; respiratory care; and additional acute care services. Sunrise is made up of a team of registered and licensed nurses, physical/occupational/speech/recreational therapists, social workers and dieticians.  For additional information please call (315) 342-4790.

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