Perry Health Care Center turns fun face to Friday with fest

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Sharon Fessler, right, spun her specialty cotton candy to the wonder and delight of children at the Perry Health Care Center's Fun Fest for All Friday.

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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Children tossed rings and played hobo golf at the Perry Health Care Center's Fun Fest for All Friday. Every child who cast in the fish pond also received a prize.
Children tossed rings and played hobo golf at the Perry Health Care Center’s Fun Fest for All Friday. Every child who cast in the fish pond also received a prize.

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