One of the joys of the holidays is experiencing so many acts of kindness at our LHP communities. Already several properties have submitted photos to The Scruff illustrating the season of giving and expressing gratitude and thanks. At LHP, we are thankful for:
Our caring staff
Ramblewood Resident Ms. Gladys and Eddie Danner, LHP Maintenance Technician
Ms. Gladys was the lucky winner of Ramblewood’s drawing for a Thanksgiving dinner. Staff delivered the dinner to her door and Roxanne Davis, Community Manager, said Ms. Gladys was almost in tears. She had not planned on having a thanksgiving dinner. Ms. Gladys lives alone and doesn’t have any family or anyone nearby, and she’s battling breast cancer. The chemotherapy leaves her too tired to do much or get out. She not planned on having Thanksgiving but she said, “now I will.”
Our community health partners
Residents at Trevecca Towers I/East and II recently received free blood pressure checks, healthy snacks and wellness information onsite thanks to visiting nurses from Trevecca Center for Rehab and Healing. What a great neighbor!
Our caring churches and other faith-based organizations
Highland Park Baptist Church of Lenoir City provided lunch from Buddy’s Barbeque to residents of Springplace last week and church members delivered meals to those who were unable to come to the community room.
Chaplin Walter Ghosten visited residents of 1100 Studio and provided insight to the newly formed and resident-led recovery support group meeting weekly in the Learning Center. The group took time from the meeting for a picture at the Christmas Selfie station. Service Coordinators Johnneta Fenderson and Jannette Hypes want to give a big “Thank you!” to Rev. Ghosten for sharing his 2021 volume of Words from Walter with and showing support to the Support Group!