ORANGEVILLE, Pa., May 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Gardens at Orangeville hosted its annualVolunteer Appreciation Dinner, celebrating the spirit of giving back by recognizing 19 of its dedicated volunteers.
The dinner, which was held at Lucy's Family Restaurant in Berwick, PA, was followed by an award
Lorree Levulis, Administrator at The Gardens at Orangeville opened the event with a message of gratitude and thanks to this year's group of volunteers, saying, "We are both honored and grateful for the friendship and dedication of our volunteers. They truly brighten the days of our residents and staff."
Ms. Levulis remarks were followed by an introduction of the evening's honored guest, Rep. David Millard (R-Berwick). "Volunteers are the lifeblood of our community," said Rep. Millard, "I'm pleased to join The Gardens at Orangeville in recognizing those who donate their time to the residents in a variety of ways. It is heartwarming to see helping hands and hearts working together to make others' lives enjoyable."
Many of the volunteers encouraged others to join the effort. "I've been volunteering at The Gardens at Orangeville for over seven years now," said Karen Hess, "I highly recommend it! We all have unique skills, talents and abilities – I play Pinochle, others tell jokes – why not share it with others!"
For those interested in volunteer opportunities please reach out to Darlia Sponenberg: 570-683-5036
Media Contact: Jeff Deutsch, Priority Healthcare Group, VP of Business Development, firstname.lastname@example.org
About The Gardens at Orangeville
The Gardens at Orangeville is a home-like nursing and rehabilitation facility in the town of Orangeville, right outside town of Bloomsburg, and just ten miles from Geisinger Medical Center. We offer physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Our caring and experienced staff will help get you back on your feet after surgery, an injury, or illness. We also provide long term skilled nursing care.
About Priority Healthcare Group
Priority Healthcare Group (PHG) is a leading provider of rehabilitation and skilled nursing services; serving Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, and Vermont. Founded by owners, David Gamzeh and Akiva Glatzer, PHG is committed to meeting the unique needs of each community by providing the highest level of nursing and rehabilitation care.
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