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Spring City Care and Rehab residents participated in their own Walk for Life at the facility to raise funds in conjunction with the event in Dayton.  The residents raised nearly $500 for the cause.

WCC newspaper

Spring City Care & Rehab was challenged by Carla Bean, Deanne Woodard, Angela Brown, and Deanna Elsea to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.  We accepted and now we challenge The Bridge at Rockwood, Harriman Care & Rehab, and SHC of Cleveland.  You have 24 hours to complete the challenge.


The residents of Spring City put together backpacks of school supplies to give away to children of our stakeholders. They also dressed as clowns that day and made cookies to give to the children. It was such a fun day. One of our elders dressed as a clown made all of us laugh the whole day!

– Debbie Early, Quality of Life Director

Pretty Boy Pearl is a silent western movie our elders made. Click the link below to take a look!

Pretty Boy Pearl

day campers

Day campers at Spring City Care and Rehabilitation learned about safety from representatives of the Rhea County EMS, the Rhea County Sheriff’s Department and the local fire department.

We gathered all the quilts our elders have made for show and tell and ended up with our very own “Dinky Line” Quilt Show! We won a blue ribbon, called the Dedication Award,  because of our group showing of quilts. Along with the quilts is an afghan made by a male elder.

-Debbie Early, QOL Director

It has been a great camp here at Spring City Care & Rehab. The kids are happy, and the elders are enjoying all the activities with them. One resident told her therapist, “I don’t want to go with you, I am having too much fun right here!”

She did eventually go with him though, but not until she finished her project with the kids.

During National Nursing Home Week, we visited Head Start classroom, read them a book and helped them make a bunny rabbit puppet on a stick. Then this past Saturday, we put together baskets for Veterans, and some residents delivered them on Armed Forces Day. One resident said, ‘How did they know I was a veteran? This is so nice of them.’

– Debbie Early, Quality of Life Director

Today we had our 1st Annual Taste of Spring City. Staff made a lot of delicious plates from our own cookbook for the event.

There were chicken dishes, spinach dishes, casseroles, ham, catfish, meatballs, rolls, several different desserts.  YUM YUM!  Plates were only $5.  Our Taste of Spring City was announced on the radio, newspapers, social media, flyers, word of mouth.  For our 1st Taste of Spring City, we had a good turnout.  Everyone loved the different kinds of food.

Spring City Care & Rehab residents even helped prepare some of the dishes, and of course they got to enjoy eating the food. The event served as a fundraiser for the facility’s Christmas ‘slush fund,’ which goes to buy residents and staff gifts. More than 50 community members came to eat, and a total of $265 was raised.

– Mindy Ainley, Admissions

The elders of Spring City Care & Rehab made a video to the Katy Perry’s song, “Roar.”  The elders enjoyed making the video and watching the outcome.

Click here to view the video.