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Thank you for visiting Spring City Care and Rehabilitation Center. If you have any questions about our facility, please call (423) 365-4355.

 

 

 

 

 

Spring City Care and Rehabilitation Center celebrated Armed Forces Day by honoring the veterans in our home. We have 16 veterans, and each got a cup of goodies.

We included a flag, body lotion, handkerchief, socks, candy, and comb in each bucket. We want to thank a local motorcycle club for donating the socks and handkerchiefs for us.

 

 

 

 

 

During Nursing Home Week, we had a picnic at Roane County Park along with three other facilities. Old time Rock ‘n’ Roll music was played during a cook out, and everyone was able to fish.

Later in the week, Spring City Care was invited to the Renaissance Terrace for some olympic fun. We came back with plenty of gold medals.

Then we held our quarterly family night. The community turned out in large numbers and enjoyed plenty of food thanks to our superb dietary manager.

Then we had a fund raiser to help raise money for the activities department. The families enjoyed the fund raiser so much that they requested we do it again in the future.

 

 

 

 

 

Mother’s Day was celebrated at Spring City Care and Rehabilitation with all our females in the building receiving a beautiful bud vase that was donated by churches in the area.

Also, we hosted a Mother’s Day Tea. Families came to enjoy cake, ice cream, tea or coffee with their moms.

 

 

 

 

 

Spring City Care and Rehabilitation clowning group joined forces with the Tennessee Valley Association to attend the Strawberry Festival.

There they handed out water and power bracelets. They made 100 bracelets to hand out, and ate strawberry shortcake while attending the festival.

Signature HealthCARE and the Department of Spirituality will welcome several spiritual and community leaders to our corporate office in Louisville, KY for our 2015 Interfaith Global Day of Prayer celebration.

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Spring City Care & Rehab entered the Tennessee Strawberry Festival 68th Annual Parade. The theme was Strawberries at Sea. 

Thank you to Boat N RV in Rockwood, TN for loaning us a boat to use.  The Elders had a great time riding through the parade.

 

 

 

 

 

Recently, Spring City Care and Rehabilitation Center held our own Spring Break, and we didn’t let the rainy weather stop us.

At the facility, the maintenance guys cooked hamburgers and hot dogs for a cook out, and then a group of residents and staff went bowling. After bowling, we stopped at the Sonic for a meal and milkshakes.

Definition of a Nurse:  “To go above and beyond the call of duty.  The first to work and the last to leave.  The heart and soul of caring.  A unique soul who will pass thru your life for a minute and impact it for an eternity.  An empowered individual whom you may meet for only a 12 hour period, but who will put you and yours above theirs.”

Happy Nurses’ Week to all of the great nurses.

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Jason began to follow in his grandfather’s footsteps at an early age, singing when he was only two years old on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry at one of Floyd’s concerts. He performed twice with Floyd on national TV: at age four, he sang while Floyd played on “Nashville Now,” hosted by Ralph Emery; and as a nine-year-old, he played a memorable Christmas piano duet with his Grandad on “Music City Tonight.”  Over time, his playing style has progressed and matured into an uncanny reflection of the signature stylings of his granddad.

Jason visited Spring City Care and Rehabilitation on April 17, 2015 for a concert.  The elders of the center were overwhelmed with his ability to play the piano with such perfection. Thank you Jason for sharing your legacy and talents with Spring City Care and Rehab’s Elders.

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We recently celebrated the retirement of one of our most loved stakeholders, Bob Peterson. He retired at the young age of 83, and remarked, “I hope I don’t get bored.”

I told him he could come and volunteer at any time.