The Manor at Seneca Hill hosted its final car show for the season for its residents on a recent evening.
Chip Pelton, a former rehab patient, coordinated this latest car show on Sept. 13.
“Once you put the word out these car guys love it, and they just come out,” he said. ”They’re awesome.”
Adding to the festivities was music provided by Double V.
Helping out during the evening were students from SUNY Oswego who visit the Manor once a week as part of an Adopt-A-Grandparent program.
As with past car shows held this year at The Manor, the cars paraded in front of the skilled nursing facility for viewing and then parked near the main entrance offering an opportunity to be seen up close.
Among the residents pictured in front from left are Rose Ferrazzoli, Lula Green, Elizabeth Sheldon and Don Ingison.
Standing from left are Oswego Health President and CEO Chuck Gijanto; Oswego Health Board member Barbara Bateman; Manor/Springside Chief Operating Officer Jason Santiago; and his son, Mario; along with SUNY Oswego Adopt-A-Grandparent students Kayla Peterson, Olivia Coppeletti, Kaitlin Concannon, Bryce Colvin, Echo Cutter and Sara Gredelj.