Carol WilsonSpecial to The R-C

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January 25, 2013
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Carson Valley Senior Living gives thanks for holiday celebration

Carson Valley Senior Living rang in the holiday season with their annual family holiday dinner. There were more than 160 attendees who were treated to a fine prime rib or salmon dinner. Entertainment was provided by the CVSL resident angel choir, and background music and sing-a-long was lead by Sonja and Curtis, a local duet. And family photos were taken to celebrate the season.Carson Valley Senior Living would like to thank our local Elks Lodge for providing additional tables and chairs to accommodate all of our guests. We extend our deepest thanks to General Electric in Minden for faithfully adopting our residents for the holidays. Thank you, Kathy Johnson, for spear-heading this project every year.Christmastime at Carson Valley Senior Living has always been filled with fun and joy, mainly because of kindhearted citizens in Douglas County. We wish to express our gratitude to the following volunteers who made our holidays so special.Carson Valley United Methodist Church, First Baptist Church, Valley Christian Fellowship, Crossroads Nazarene Church, Grace Church, St. Gall Catholic Church, Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints, CC Meneley Elementary School first graders, All About Dance, Douglas County Senior Services, Young at Heart/Adopt-an-Elder Project donors, Carson Valley Violin School, Mount Sierra School, Harmonic Intervals, our local Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (for holding a parking spot for our bus so residents could watch the Parade of Lights in comfort), Jean Tomlinson, Ron Ruggiero, Mended Hearts Christian Women Ministry, Earl Mussett & His Line Dancing Girls, CVUMC Sierra Ringers. We wish to express our appreciation to those who simply dropped in to sing carols or donate special items such as homemade blankets, shawls, hats, mittens, etc. (Perfect for this cold weather).And finally, a special thank you to all of our year-round volunteers who have made a special commitment to our seniors. You are the heart of our community. Carol Wilson is the activities director at Carson Valley Senior Living in Gardnerville.

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