About 40 people of all ages attended the Perry Health Care Center’s Fun Festival Friday afternoon, attracted by a free lunch and various games and toys for the youngsters.
A simple lunch of hot dogs, chips and lemonade was served. Sharon Fessler spun her specialty cotton candy for dessert, a marvel and sweet mystery to the children who watched.
Games included hobo golf — one ball and one club — a ring toss and a fish pond from which every child drew a prize fish.
Fellowship was the fun for the grownups, who chatted though the early afternoon with about a dozen Perry Health Care Center (PHCH) residents.
“This was a lot of fun for the residents and visitors alike,” said Mary Means, PHCH activity director. “The weather was fine, and everyone has a good time, especially the kids.”
PCHC Administrator Doug Wood said he encourages everyone in the community to visit the PHCH in order to “become familiar with us and see what a high standard of care we deliver here. We always strive to provide the best.”
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