With tomorrow being Mother’s Day, we are looking forward to seeing you for window visits. However, please schedule a time for a visit by calling your loved one’s neighborhood today or the Social Services Coordinator on duty (Saturday, May 9th). Because of the large volume of families that visit for Mother’s Day, we have always had two days of activities in the past. The current visitor restrictions have made us unable to hold that event this year.

In order to avoid chaos and too many people around the outside of our facility, please call today to schedule a time for your Mother’s Day visit tomorrow. You are also welcome to come by today (call at least FOUR hours in advance) or sometime next week to celebrate if you are unable to come by Sunday. Please be patient with us tomorrow as we help make Mother’s Day just as special as every other year. We are happy to set up window visits and look forward to beautiful weather for Mother’s Day!

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