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LHP’s Chaplain Walter Ghosten has resumed visiting with property management staff. He made his first in-person visits in over a year yesterday traveling to chat with staff at Lee Manor and North Cleveland. The Chaplain’s visits had to stop due to the pandemic. But with the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine and reduced virus cases, Chaplain Ghosten is on the road again and will be making visits to properties one or two days a week.

Chaplain Ghosten with Lee Manor Community Manager Tina Hughes

The crew from North Cleveland Towers with the Chaplain.

Trevecca Towers office staff had a blast showing their maintenance crew just how much they mean to them with a huge Maintenance Appreciation event. Even residents got in on the party, making signs and helping. The staff was very creative coming up with games and gifts perfectly suited for J.R. and his team, employees who handle the toughest jobs going above and beyond the call of duty every day.  Here’s a description of the events and watch the slide show to see some great smiles!

Wednesday, April 28:  Karen and her office staff made breakfast for the maintenance crew, and thanks to Trevecca University’s donation, every maintenance worker got a Trevecca T-shirt.

Thursday, April 29:  Witts BBQ treated the crew to lunch and they all got a handy pocket screwdriver. Thursday afternoon, the team played bingo and the awesome prizes included $170 in gift cards, Yeti type mugs, koozies, key holders and candy.

Friday, April 30:  Purity Dairy donated 10 gallons of free ice cream so that every maintenance employee got his favorite flavor. Then there were more gifts, prizes and very funny staff awards. All of the prizes, meals and treats were donated so that there was no expense to LHP.

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