Suwannee Democrat


March 21, 2013

Home cooking and Easter egg hunt planned for Lafayette Health Care Center

Mayo — Residents of Lafayette Health Care Center (LHCC) in Mayo will be celebrating Easter in style on Thursday, March 28, with some good old fashioned home cooking prepared by the staff, according to Activity Director Rita Rankhorn.

Beginning at 12 noon the staff from LHCC will be serving residents home cooked meals for their pre-Easter luncheon.

The festivities will continue on Friday, March 29 at 10 a.m. with an Easter egg hunt. Residents will be out enjoying the great outdoors to search for the hidden eggs with hopes of finding the prize egg.

Following the egg hunt, refreshments and lots of boiled eggs will be available for all the residents to enjoy.

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