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Meadows Event Raises Awareness Of Heart Disease

February 23, 2019 GMT

Staff, residents and family members of the Meadows Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and The Meadows Manor celebrated National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 1, to raise awareness of heart disease in women. Cura Hospitality’s registered dietitian, Rebecca Sims, hosted the event by setting up a table of Wear Red merchandise that was raffled off, as well as a table of healthy snacks and heart healthy nutrition information. The campus raised more than $200 for the American Heart Association. At the nursing home, first row, from left, are Eleanor Samanas, resident; Alice Westfield, resident; Mary Price, resident, and Genevieve Pascucci, resident. Second row: Camille Fioti, volunteer director; Alicia Fowler, LPN; Cristina Tarbox, NHA; Beth Ann Green, PTA; Jim Dessoye, therapy director; Cynthia Sickler, activities director; Rebecca Sims, RD, LDN; Dodie Coolbaugh, staff accountant; Christine Beyer, accounts payable clerk; Susan Cooper, administrative assistant to the CEO; Wilma Geffert, family member of the Meadows; Nicole Hilstolsky, social services intern; Lisa Zamber, CFO; Melissa Neishell, ADON, Kris Lindbuchler, RNAC; Arnie Black, dietary director, and Linda Kanarr, CEO. At Meadows Manor, first row, from left, are Joseph Stash, Carolyn Purvin, Bernadine Humphreys, Caitlyn Coyle, (Misericordia University student volunteer; Mary Ann Lozier, Earl Lozier, Hilda DeWitt, and Bertha Helmer. Second row: Helen Sartin, Julie Golanowski, Peggy Mihalick, George Cosgrove, and Carolyn Clairmont. Third row: William St. Clair, Shannon Williams, Misericordia University student volunteer; Kira Dempsey, Jeannette Diljak, Dorothy Case, Cathy Ales, Daphne Lombardi, Misericordia University student volunteer, and Esther Grammes.