Cozy blankets knitted at Hudson Manor

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Hudon Manor residents made and donated blankets to the Foundation of the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. Pictured left to right are Kay Vickerman, Lydia Dorion, Residents, Hudson Manor Retirement Residence; Lucy Hartford, Office Coordinator, Foundation of CKHA; Betty McGuire, Volunteer, and Joy Mellow, Resident, Hudson Manor Retirement Residence.
Hudson Manor residents made and donated blankets to the Foundation of the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. Pictured left to right are residents Kay Vickerman and Lydia Dorion, Lucy Hartford, Office Coordinator of the foundation of CKHA; volunteer Betty McGuire and Joy Mellow, resident of Hudson Manor.

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

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