Hudson Manor Residents Donate Handmade Items for Patients and Newborns at CKHA Hudson Manor Residents Donate Handmade Items for Patients and Newborns at CKHA – Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation

Hudson Manor Residents Donate Handmade Items for Patients and Newborns at CKHA

Residents from the Hudson Manor Retirement Residence (Diversicare) in Tilbury have once again made a very generous donation to the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation (CKHA) in support of patients and newborns at CKHA.

Several beautiful blankets were made by the residents for patients in CKHA’s Rehabilitation and Continuing Care Department and a collection of hats, mittens and booties were made for newborns in CKHA’s Women and Children’s Health Department. Each donated item was handmade, either knitted or crocheted, by a group of about 12 to 15 residents of Hudson Manor as well as volunteers, Karlene Bourdeau and Betty McGuire, and family members.

Pictured: Kay Vickerman, Lydia Dorion, Residents, Hudson Manor Retirement Residence; Lucy Hartford, Office Coordinator, Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation; Betty McGuire, Volunteer, and Joy Mellow, Resident, Hudson Manor Retirement Residence.



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